What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, except when it doesn't. Kitty and Ben return to their werewolf pack in Denver only to discover an invisible evil that smells of brimstone and plays with fire has followed them home. Stalking the whole pack, it leaves a charred trail of ashes and death across the city. Kitty seeks help from Rick, the master vampire of Denver, as well as from the paranormal investigators on a popular reality television show.
But when a mysterious vampire who claims to be a demon hunter - and the only one who can help them - suddenly arrives, Kitty and her allies won't be able to predict what he really wants...or what they must do to extinguish the terror that can torch them all.
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Love Marguerite Gavin's readings, she brings the characters to life. However, living in Boulder, some of her local mispronunciations of local landmarks make me crazy. For example, it's not El-Itches, it's E-Litches. When creating local flavor, it would be a good idea to check these details...
Any of the Dead Wiitch Walking series.
Her presentation of the different characters.
The wolf rules!!
Her control or not so control of the game.
Yes, So far all the books have good follow and keeps the audio at top performance
It was a great pleasure
Love fantasy books, usually with a strong female character. I also enjoyed just about anything from J.D Robb I am a fan of mysteries as well. I also enjoy funny and quirky novels anything from Molly Harper is a winner in my book. Since listening to audio books is important to me while I travel I also follow certain narrators as well.
Ok, something about the name "Kitty" turned me off this book for about a year, finally I gave into to all the recommendations. I am glad I did. She is funny and so unlucky, it reminds me of Stephanie Plum in Janet Evanovich series, but much much more unlucky. I got hooked quickly and I only have one book left in the series. Each book builds on the last, and average about 7 hours a piece just enough time for Kitty to get herself in trouble and right back out of it again. This is not a deep book but enjoyable just the same. It's light at times, funny, and then serious but not so overwhelming that you can't set it down and come back to it. Its a good light read and the narrator was just perfect for the book, she tells the story in a light enjoyable way, and she has become the voice of Kitty in my mind.
All of Carrie Vaughn's books are really good. I already have all of the print books and am now collecting them on audio. I drive a lot for work and these stories help the day fly by.
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