Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand
HONEYMOON IN VEGAS? Already the alpha pair of Denver's werewolf pack, Kitty and Ben now plan to tie the knot human-style by eloping to Vegas. Kitty is looking forward to sipping fru-fru drinks by the pool and doing her popular radio show on live TV, but her hotel is stocked with werewolf-hating... show more
HONEYMOON IN VEGAS? Already the alpha pair of Denver's werewolf pack, Kitty and Ben now plan to tie the knot human-style by eloping to Vegas. Kitty is looking forward to sipping fru-fru drinks by the pool and doing her popular radio show on live TV, but her hotel is stocked with werewolf-hating bounty hunters. Elsewhere on the Strip an old-school magician might be wielding the real thing; the vampire community is harboring a dark secret; and the irresistible star of a suspicious animal act is determined to seduce Kitty. Sin City has never been so wild, and this werewolf has never had to fight harder to save not only her wedding, but her very life.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 1st 2009
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 282
Edition language: English
Series: Kitty Norville (#5)
I’m a big Kitty Norville fan: she’s witty and brave and the books have serious content, delivered with a light touch. Normally I’m cheering for Kitty to win the day and sad that there are no more pages left to read. Yet with “Kitty And The Dead Man’s Hand”, I found myself going “Is that it?” and “Wh...
This series had a bit of a dip with the second and third books, coming back up into greatness with the fourth and continuing in this. Set in Vegas we deal with more werewolf hunters, magic, were-things and that extra bit of romance too. The characterisation is dead on because while Kitty made some c...
I have mixed, yet ultimately positive feelings about this book. It went by rather quickly and packed a lot of action in a seemingly short time. I'm not sure what has me feeling like something was lacking but I'm not going to worry about it right now. 3.75 Stars
It has been a while since I had been back with Kitty the werewolf and her gang. However, slipping into this book was like meeting old friends again and it was easy to come back to what I remembered. I also have to admit I was never totally sure I wanted Kitty with Ben. It didn't seem to totally mesh...
I'm sorry, but I do NOT get this Kitty and Ben thing. They never have any relationship problems, ever. No bickering over silly things, no talking about feelings, nothing. And how often to you hear the phrase "I love you" come out of either of them? Never. Once, Kitty said it to Ben (at the end of th...