The Killing Dance
Dating both a vampire and a werewolf isn't easy. But just to complicate Anita's already messy life, someone has put a price on her head. Love cannot save her this time, so she turns to Edward, hitman extraordinaire, for help. But finding the person behind the threat won't be easy, because as both... show more
Dating both a vampire and a werewolf isn't easy. But just to complicate Anita's already messy life, someone has put a price on her head. Love cannot save her this time, so she turns to Edward, hitman extraordinaire, for help. But finding the person behind the threat won't be easy, because as both a vampire hunter and zombie reanimator, Anita has made a lot of enemies-both human and otherwise.
Publish date: April 4th 2006
Publisher: Berkley Hardcover
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter (#6)
The Killing Dance begins when Anita finds out she has a hit on her head. Anita is not stranger to someone trying to kill her, but this time it's a little different. While she and her friends try to figure out whose paying someone to kill her and keep her safe, she's also having more problems with he...
I'm one of those that felt this series dropped into an abyss with Narcissus in Chains, but not only is this still on the right side of the divide, I think this might be my favorite book in the series. In this book the relationships between Jean-Claude, the vampire master of the city, Richard the wer...
Sex while killing someone? Hmm.
Captivating as alwaysIt took me awhile to get back into the series. I don't know if it was because I had enough of Richard Zeeman and his puppy dog complex towards Anita or the fact that there was too much zombies and detective work for me to cope with. Well, that doesn't matter anymore. I'm back to...
Sabin and his human servant, Dominic, approach Anita with a problem. Sabin tried to go vegetarian for the love of his life, but now he's rotting. Can Anita help?Sure, no problem! Only...Anita promptly drops that thread, and it's only a sheer coincidence (though a rather clever one, I'll admit) th...