Narcissus in Chains (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #10)
I've never read a writer with a more fertile imagination - and fewer inhibitions about using it. (Diana Gabaldon)Six months of celibacy have made Anita crave the two men in her life like never before. But merging their powers together will give this mortal woman a taste of immortal hunger that... show more
I've never read a writer with a more fertile imagination - and fewer inhibitions about using it. (Diana Gabaldon)Six months of celibacy have made Anita crave the two men in her life like never before. But merging their powers together will give this mortal woman a taste of immortal hunger that she'll never be able to forget... Author Biography: Laurell K. Hamilton is a full-time writer and mother. Her bestselling Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter novels include Obsidian Butterfly, Blue Moon, and many others. She is also the author of the fantasy novels, Nightseer and Kiss of Shadows.
Publish date: October 1st 2001
Publisher: Jove Books
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter (#10)
Just returned to St. Louis after six months away, Anita is still no closer to choosing between her lovers—Jean-Claude, a vampire, and Richard, a werewolf. But she has to rely on both for help after two of the wereleopards that she has been watching are abducted at a seedy club called Narcissus in Ch...
Book: Narcissus in Chains (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter #10)Author: Laurell K. HamiltonPublication Date: 9/24/2002Reviewed by: Tammy Payne- Book Nook Nuts My Rating: 5 Stars REVIEW Anita is on another mission but this time closer to home. She has to save one of her were leopards from non other than ...
This for me is where the series went to crap. Before this I'd rate no book in this series lower than a four, but this one falls off a cliff. I held on and read to book 18, Flirt, because I had genuinely loved the series until this book, and back then once I invested in a series I kept with it, and w...
It has the word "chains" in it. Oh god no.
One of the things I initially liked about the character of Anita Blake was that she had a moral compass, and her job as an animator (the kind that raises the dead, not the kind that draws Bambi), her consulting position with the cops, and her burgeoning skills as a necromancer all kept putting her i...