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"Dancers in the Dark" is set in the Sookieverse and features Sean and Layla. Dancer Layla Rue Le May's childhood prepared her to handle just about anything, including her aloof partner, Sean McClendon, a 300-year-old, redheaded vampire. Even so, when she somehow acquires a stalker, Layla Rue is surprised to find that Sean is the only one she can trust. Originally published in Night's Edge (HQN Books, October 2004).

"The Britlingens Go to Hell" is also set in the Sookieverse and features the vampires Dahlia and Taffy. Bodyguards Batanya and Clovache, previously introduced in All Together Dead, battle demons, wolfwomen, and two hellhounds guarding some unusual prisoners. Originally published in Must Love Hellhounds (Berkley, September 2009).

©2013 Charlaine Harris (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • Teresa
  • NAMPA, ID, United States
  • 01-03-14

Shorts from Sookieville.

4 stars. Dancers in the Dark is Sean and Layla's story. A sweet romance about the dancers we met in Sookie's story. I thought this book was longer, not realizing there were two books in the audio. I would have been happier if it was longer, but overall a good addition to Sookieville. Of course this book is based before all of Sookie's books. Narrator does a good job. 3 hrs 27 mins.

1 star. Brittlingens go to hell. This story was confusing and I only listened to about 30 minutes before I gave up on it. It has been awhile since I read all of Sookie's books. So with that in mind I had no idea who these two characters were and where they were coming from. Supposedly they are from All Together dead and this story is in another dimension. 2 hrs 28 mins.

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Nice story

Nice story. It was a nice change of pace from the Sookie stories but still show familiar. I enjoyed it.

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Charlaine Does It Again!

Absolutely loved it! Has that fun, southern, and sultry feel to it much like the Sookie series.

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loved every minute! !

I loved listening to the books. The preformance was excellent. The story had no lulls and I enjoyed the changes.

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5 stars for the first story, 1 star for the second

Dancers in the Dark was a great story set in the Sookieverse. I really enjoyed the characters and although I feel that there were some mispronunciations in the book I enjoyed the narration too. The 2nd story about some side security guard characters (who were involved in the Hotel explosion) was terrible...I was bored with the story and the characters, it's only 2-3 hours, but I would have rather paid for a 3 hour book without that story than a 5 hour with....

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BORING<br />

This book was so boring I completely struggled to finish it and didn't even finish last five minutes cause I wanted to be done with it narrator is monotone and uninteresting.

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