Heavy dialogue. Little action... Anita breaks one of her rules. Hostages and hormones. No real point to the story besides adding to the harem.
The narrator is not as good but, it's mostly just a change in style. He is still a decent narrator and, the humor works well with his style, once you get used to it.
In book twelve, Harry makes a deal with Mab to become the Winter Knight, so he can kill the red court vampires and save his daughter, and ends with his death by a sniper's bullet.
This book takes place six months later and shows what Harry brought about. Harry is sent back as a ghost/soul "to solve his murder" and save his friends. And ends with...
...Mab revives Harry and forces him to be the Winter Knight. Yep! You can jump from book 12 to book 14 (Cold Days) without missing much. This book is still interesting though. Especially how the characters have changed.
A decent Anita book for once! Anita the succubus killed the series long ago but I stayed on out of pure stubbornness. While this one still isn't up to Anita's prime, she is at least active again. YAY!
This book was slow in the opening. After the first chapter however, itwas one of the best books I've heard in a long time! I jumped through the series following the books Elena stars in. All are great but, this is the best! Men of the Otherworld is also a good book in the series as it explains Clay and Jeremy. (Mostly Clay.)
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