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Author: Cynthia Holloway,Laurell K. Hamilton
ISBN: 1590862732
Language: English
Category: Genre Fiction
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (September 28, 2004)
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Laurell Kaye Hamilton (born February 19, 1963) is an American fantasy and romance writer, and notably the author of the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series. More than 6 million copies of Anita Blake novels have been printed

Laurell Kaye Hamilton (born February 19, 1963) is an American fantasy and romance writer, and notably the author of the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series. More than 6 million copies of Anita Blake novels have been printed. Hamilton is also known for her Merry Gentry series, an urban fantasy in which the world of fairy interacts with the "real world". Laurell Kaye Hamilton was born in Heber Springs, Arkansas but grew up in Sims, Indiana with her grandmother Laura Gentry.

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As consultant to the Regional Preternatural Crime Investigation Unit, Anita’s called in on what appears to be a case involving a serial killer - a vampire serial killer - who may be preying on strippers. She’s sure that none of the local vamps are responsible - but her judgment may be clouded by a conflict of interest. For she is, after all, the consort of Jean-Claude, the ever-intoxicating Master Vampire of the City - something that both her human friends and her ex, the alpha werewolf Richard, are quick to point out. Surrounded by suspicion, overwhelmed by her attempts to control the primal lusts that continue to wrack her as a result of her passionate contacts with vampire, werewolf, and the shapeshifter Micah, Anita does something unprecedented. She calls for help…
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Foxanayn
As I find myself unable to express my disillusionment, disappointment and disgust at this thinly-plotted and badly-conceived book, I have done it instead in the style of a man more eloquent than I:

Once upon an April raining, in great need of entertaining,

The postman left me a sweet gift; a package from an online store

Which I opened, gently beaming; yearning for incubus dreaming,

But when finished I was screaming, screaming from the porn galore

"'Tis some piece of junk," I ranted, "Pointless sex shoved down my craw -

Only this and nothing more."

All that long hard day I pondered; am I mistaken, I wondered?

Did I miss the author's message, buried midst the heart of ardeur.

Staunchly I reread the writing; still I found it unexciting

Filler phrases, blood and biting; Anita's screams of `f*** me harder'

Rainmakers and domination, was there truly nothing more?

And where was the editor?

As typos mounted by the hour, with Anita's swelling power

I went searching for an answer, whence I entered Laurell's board;

Baffled by the author's reason - was it werecat mating season?

Heedless that my words were treason, I stepped among the raging horde

Others like me asked for answers; but their logic was abhorred

"Authors are to be adored"

Presently my wrath grew greater; with dissenters labelled traitor

By the author in a tantrum, I vowed to buy her books no more

There was no skill in grunting, groaning , sob stories and endless moaning,

Thickly spread character cloning, nor was there need to ignore

The pleas for editing and thought; the back story of books before.

Laziness and nothing more.

Troubled by the cold disdain flung at those who dared complain

Doubting, I could not remain to watch the praising of this hack;

Whose characters were nothing more than puppets of her leading whore;

To deify and to adore; these books were nothing but a lack

Of plot and wit, of character - an endless dreary porn attack

If I could take my folly back!

With my stomach slowly churning at the thought of deep throat learning,

And my mental eyes a-burning I hurled that mess upon the floor

"I shall no more my money waste on this bastion of bad taste!"

If only it could be replaced by plotlines and my dear amour

Edward, with a tribe of wererats, turning Micah to red gore

A happy ending...evermore.
Beazezius
Sadly this is one I should have skipped and halfway through I realized I didn't care what happened and skipped to the last chapter. It is mostly sex of some sort up to 9 times a day and the cast of a thousand characters taking part. Jean Claude is an after thought and mostly there for sub plot, Richard is his usual whiny self and seems to just show up to throw temper tantrums and the main case could have been summed up in a paragraph. All in all there is a lot of whining brightness and ridiculous sex. In the maybe 4 days the 658 pages take place you have to wonder how this woman's vejajay didn't fall off!
Zamo
Count me in...er, out. As others point out, the sex (and the talking about sex) has just reached ridiculous levels. I feel like I'm only getting 1/3 of a book, since I just skip over entire chapters. (When a chapter starts talking about sex or intimacy, I turn to the last page of the chapter. If the last sentence doesn't describe some action or plot point, I skip to the next chapter and repeat the process. It is not unusual for me to skip two or three chapters at a time.) The problem with these chapters and sequences is that they contribute nothing. They are soft-core romance, offering no profound insights into any aspect of the protagonist's behavior or the world in general. They are just there to take up space. I can only assume that they provide some titillation for other readers. I suppose this was inevitable when it reached the point where the author simply decided to make it a physical necessity for Anita to have sex every few hours. (This is NOT an exaggeration.) Anyway, I gave up.
JoJoshura
I have owned all of this series in hardback and am currently buying them on kindle. I have reread all the books up to this one and the sad point here is this is where Laurell K Hamilton ruined the series!!!!!!!!! The first books were really good up to the 5th book and then the series started getting a bit too off the rails. This one was the one that ruined all her previous good work. If you read the messages at the end of her books that she has added to the kindle and paperback versions, Mrs.Hamilton thanks that this is where she became a genius and could write any book better than a man or woman. She writes that no on could believe the way she could write an erotic book. Sorry, but this is not erotic. Plus, I'm not sure it is even a story. To me it seemed like Mrs. Hamilton needed some therapy and decided to try and write all her hang ups in this story as a way to say she didn't have any but instead you just get a mess. In this kindle version there are 616 pages and I can tell you only about a 100 are worth reading. The rest is all about sex with different people to feed everyone's power. This book debases any relationship that had been built before this. It makes it all about bumping bodies with no romance or real feeling in any of it. That is not erotic it's boring and a waste of time. Mrs. Hamilton needed a good agent that could tell her she was ruining her entire body of work but doesn't seem to have one. If you look at her reviews they didn't start getting really bad until this book and since then you get a book worth reading in one of every 4 she publishes. If I tell anyone about her books I always tell them to read the reviews and if they are complaining about no story then skip that one until you find one that tells you have a story line in that book. I actually wish Mrs. Hamilton would allow another writer to take over because I am sure there is someone who could put this series back on track and make Anita and Jean Claude worth reading about again.