I LOVE Anita's thought processes. It's like a (brilliant) inner monologue that is shared out loud in the most efficient way possible. I feel like Anita finally understands her own feelings in this book, but is still entirely sensible about how she conveys them. Laurell K. Hamilton's wonderfully detailed writing style didn't disappoint in this book. I've listened to it three times already!
Kimberly Alexis is perfectly Anita, as usual.
Anita once again fights a big bad vampire. Edward joins in so you know it has lots of action. It also includes the story line of Anita's love life. The narrator did a good job for the large number of characters it was impressive to here that many characters with only one narrator. My only wish to make it better was to have a male and female narrator.
Addicted to audiobooks. Can't go a day without it. Makes housekeeping,cooking and hobbyist more interesting.
This book was so like Richards short story I sent it back. What is going on? I loved Anita when she was working with the police/marshells but, please bring her back. Stop with all of the adult crap and orgys. She must be obese with all of the feedings she does. Bring her back
Finally, back to the original Anita Blake series. I skipped a ton of her books because of the lack of story and non-stop sexual encounters. I'm glad I came back to this one in particular. it's a good thing that LKH repeats lines in every book it let's me pick up on what I missed. especially all of the new were-animals.
More plot, less sex, just the way I like it. don't get me wrong, I like the steamy romance, but it want it to spice up the story, not BE the story.