Flirt (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #18)
When Anita Blake meets with prospective client Tony Bennington, who is desperate to have her reanimate his recently deceased wife, she is full of sympathy for his loss. Anita knows something about love, and she knows everything there is to know about loss. But what she also knows, though Tony... show more
When Anita Blake meets with prospective client Tony Bennington, who is desperate to have her reanimate his recently deceased wife, she is full of sympathy for his loss. Anita knows something about love, and she knows everything there is to know about loss. But what she also knows, though Tony Bennington seems unwilling to be convinced, is that the thing she can do as a necromancer isn't the miracle he thinks he needs. The creature that Anita could coerce to step out of the late Mrs. Bennington's grave would not be the lovely Mrs. Bennington. Not really. And not for long.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 22nd 2011
Pages no: 261
Edition language: English
Series: Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter (#18)
A short story, inflated to a novella, marketed as a novel. I did appreciate that this installment had more of an actual story arc than most late series Blake novels - the length kept it from spinning too far off the rails. It also focused primarily (though not entirely) on her necromancy more than o...
Book: Flirt (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter #18)Author: Laurell K. HamiltonPublication Date: 2/2/2010Reviewed by: Tammy Payne- Book Nook Nuts My Rating: 4 Stars REVIEW This book so far has been the shortest but it is still really good. Anita has been asked by a man who lost his wife to raise her but ...
This message brought to you by the word: Flirt!Anita Blake meets with Tony Bennington, who wants her to bring back his exploded wife as a human-life zombie (we find this out after they argue and posture for a while). SOP: Anita says no, smoochie-smooes with her stripper boyfriends/lovers that pop in...
I should say up front so you can evaluate my review that I greatly enjoyed the first 8 or so of the Anita Blake books up to around Obsidian Butterfly. I'm one of those that believe the series badly went wrong with the ardeur with its have sex or die imperative and books filled with so many chapters ...
Flirt- the 18th installment in the Anita Blake series- is nothing to write home about. It was also nothing much to read.The story almost feels like a stand alone. Granted, there are references and sub-texts from past stories to draw upon, but none really impacted the story. Which would have been har...