Jane Yellowrock, a shape-shifting rogue-vampire hunter-for-hire, is now taking blood money from the very vamps she used to hunt. But things start heating up in the Big Easy when weres announce their existence to the world, and revive the bitter tensions that run between them and their old enemies... show more
Jane Yellowrock, a shape-shifting rogue-vampire hunter-for-hire, is now taking blood money from the very vamps she used to hunt. But things start heating up in the Big Easy when weres announce their existence to the world, and revive the bitter tensions that run between them and their old enemies -- vampires. Jane finds herself caught in the crossfire.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 4th 2011
Pages no: 305
Edition language: English
Series: Jane Yellowrock (#3)
Created a bookclub for Faith Hunter's Jane Yellowrock series at http://booklikes.com/groups/show/987/series-jane-yellowrock if anyone is interested. Not trying to assign a "monthly" read schedule to each book because everyone is at such different places in the series. Joining will collect member ...
This review was originally featured on Angel's Guilty Pleasures Mercy Blade Series: Jane Yellowrock #3 Author: Faith Hunter Genre: Urban Fantasy Publisher: Roc Release Date: January 4th 2011 Format: eBook/Paperback Pages: 305 Source: Library Things are heating up in the Big Easy. Weres have...
Mercy Blade - Faith Hunter Man, this one had a lot of twists and turns but then it all made sense in the end. Poor Jane. I really had a hard time with this one because she got so beat up. And her Ricky bo also took some hits. I don't know what happens for them in the future, but they didn't ...
Unfortunately this series still fails to engage me. Similar to the previous instalment in the series this book is okay to read but only just.As the book blurb states, the werewolves as well as a bunch of other weres have decided to come out of the closet and announce their presence to the mundane wo...
This was a really nice read. I still don't like Rick, George and Leo. But maybe Gee can help alter the image I have of Leo. The plot was great. The ending though - I don't know how I feel about that. I think the love interest(s) in this series are severely lacking.