Kitty's Big Trouble
Publish date: July 14th 2011
Pages no: 307
Edition language: English
Series: Kitty Norville (#9)
This is my least favourite Kitty Norville book so far. It was still a fun read but nothing that would have caught my attention if this was the only book in the series that I'd read. "Kitty's Big Trouble" starts well enough: Kitty is trying to validate some contemporary testimony that General Sherm...
Kitty gets caught up in more politics and now there's some Gods involved.
Starts off with Kitty wondering/researching who might have been a supernatural in history (with a primary focus on a certain Civil War general). That's an interesting thought, yeah? Then it dives into looking for the Dragon's Pearl; a magical artifact. More supernaturals introduced (was that real...
Kitty believes that General Sherman was a werewolf so she starts down the path to figure out if it is true. On her quest an old friend Anastasia has called in a favor. It seems their old nemesis Roman is attempting to take possession of the "Dragon's Pearl" but Anastasia has her own ties to the pear...
Fresh from her experience of working with male werewolves, who, while soldiers in the U.S. Army, had been traumatized by their combat experiences in Afghanistan, Kitty became curious as to whether any werewolves figured prominently in American history. So, she made a number of inquiries, one of wh...