Jane Yellowrock is a shape-shifting skinwalker who’s always up for a fight - even if it means putting her life on the line....
The Master of Natchez, Mississippi has a nasty problem on his hands. Rogue vampires - those who follow the Naturaleza and believe that humans should be nothing more than prey to be hunted - are terrorizing his city. Luckily, he knows the perfect skinwalker to call in to take back the streets. But what he doesn’t tell Jane is that there’s something different about these vamps. Something that makes them harder to kill - even for a pro like Jane. Now, her simple job has turned into a fight to stay alive...and to protect the desperately ill child left in her care.
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I love the new characters that have been introduced in the last couple books. I would recommend this series to anyone who like a strong female lead character and adventure with a little romance and no erotica.
I love how this novel had a lot of background into the witches, Jane and George's apology. Rickie boo is fine and all, but I am rooting for George "Bruiser" Dumas. Eli and the Kid becoming Jane's family is just icing on the cake.
Did not care much for Big Evan's apology, Jane was never responsible for the crap that happened with his Sister-in-law going bunkers and Molly is just a fool. Yea she lost her sister, who was so deep into black magic she decided to use all of them including her niece and nephew just to look sexy and younger. Please Jane did the whole witch counselor a Huge favor!
Like I said, loved it
Love listening to the Jane Yelliweock series. The stories are certainly not thought provoking, but are great ear candy. The narrator's voice is smooth & full of expression. Enjoyable
I can't stop. Audiobooks are the diversion and comfort when I am alone, the excitement I don't have the time for, and scratch for that itch
I feel like the books just keep getting better. I loved the weird mystical dream walker, the excitement of the various house busts, and I am just not yet tired of the love triangles. I am going to have to vote for none of the above men, though.
I'm really really tired of the relationship angst it's like faith is writing a romance novel instead of the urban fantasy that this is suppose to be...get on with the story...and stop with the love triangle already...Jane is suppose to be a strong woman and confident of herself and her skills although socially inept at relationships but more and more the story is all about her angst ,about her relationship with her boyfriend and her attraction to another guy...it's like she turned into this insipid woman..wondering about her boyfriend..wondering what he's doing where he is, who's he with...if he's thinking about her...checking her cellphone to see if he called...urgggh! enough already...!..If i wanted to read a romance novel I would've purchased one instead of this book..! As it is I had to fast forward through some of the pages when she's thinking about rick or brusier just to get to the main story line..!
always a great read and narrarator has great voice so much better than most
I don't usually write reviews. I tend to review by number of Stars only. The story line is intriguing and since I listen more than I have time to read, the narrator is very important to me. If you can't stand the narrator, it doesn't matter how good the author is. The only way to get through it is reading. There is a lot of action and movement going on with several characters. The narrator keeps up and changes voices easily. Each book picks up where it left off. Trouble always follows a rogue vampire killer for hire. It's fun and easy listening. Excellent all the way around.
I have two rescue dogs. One Scottish born husband. And a love of books that goes back to childhood and bookmobiles!
Jane Yellowrock, our shape shifting skinwalker, is off to help the vampire Master of Natchez, Mississippi, with only a partial idea of the problem he is having with rogue vampires. Per usual, rogue vamps will be destroyed in this fast paced story.
You may think this is a familiar plot line because it is but as per usual, Faith Hunter takes the basics and turns it on its ear! Example: these rogues are not as easily killed as have been previous ones. The addition of Khristine Hvam's narration only adds to the story's ebb and flow. I follow the series because I love Ms. Hunter's writing and that each book is complete so you don't have to read them in order. Then there is the looming question of how she is going to twist the formula to make each book new and refreshing. As you can tell by my stars, she's done it again! Give just one of them a try and you'll be hooked on her books!
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