Love in vein: listen to more tales of Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter.
©2009 Laurell K. Hamilton; (P)2009 Penguin
"Anita Blake, vampire hunter, is now herself a hunted woman. Who put the $500,000 price on her head - a man or a monster? It's not just her own skin she needs to save; the rivalry between her werewolf boyfriend, Richard, and Marcus, the other alpha werewolf in his pack, has come to full boil. And there's always Jean-Claude, the vampire who's been waiting for just the right moment to slip inside Anita's head and heart. Don't assume anything, though - Hamilton's probably got a few more surprises in store." (Amazon.com review)
So far this book is my favorite in the series. I didn't get bored once. I'm not going to say that I'm thrilled with the ending, but I don't want to spoil anything so I'll remain silent. Can't wait for the next one.
The only word can use is WOW!!!!!!!!!
The scene with Anita and John-Claude in the bathroom.
When Anita wanted to save both Richard and John-Claude
This is a MUST read book!
The sound effects
It's a great read i love this books.
I love this books i have have most of them in hard back. The only thing that makes me mad is u can't find 5 of the books in the series narcissus in chains, cerulean sins, incubus dreams, micah, and danse macabre.
I enjoyed this book more than her earlier ones, and much much more than her later ones. I enjoy going back and reading the Anita Blake series up until about Blue moon...and just lost interest in the direction she had taken. Out of all this has to be my favortie one though.
I really enjoy the narrator (Kimberly Alexis) without whom the story would have been good but nearly and memorable.
I thought that "the Killing Dance" was similar to Mistral's Kiss. Both had the same feel to them. Almost too much a like.
Anita of course with a close 2nd as Johan-Clud
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