Skin Trade (Review)

While we’ve been waiting for the Vittorio storyline to return, this wasn’t quite what I expected. Everything is all mixed up with weretigers and Marmee Noir, and it seemed at times like the plot was more complicated than necessary.

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The Harlequin (Review)

Honestly, this was probably one of my least favourite books in the series.

I liked the idea of the Harlequin, the pseudo-secret police force of the vampires, and could even follow along with them going rogue and trying to take over St. Louis. But there was just too much unexplainable magic – on both sides – for me to be able to take in.

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Danse Macabre (Review)

For the first time in the series, this book doesn’t touch on any of Anita’s work as either an animator or a Federal Marshall. It’s all about vampire politics, Anita’s relationships with those around her, and the possibilities that she is both pregnant and some kind of a wereanimal.

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Micah (Review)

The last few books in the series have really been delving more into the supernatural – and the erotic – side of things, and away from Anita’s roots as an animator/necromancer. I really liked that this novella brings back that side of her, reminding us of where the series began.

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