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Cerulean Sins (Anita Blake Vampire Hunter #11)by Laurell K. Hamilton
Synopses & Reviews
Once a sworn enemy of all monsters, Anita is now the human consort of both Master Vampire Jean Claude and leopard shapeshifter Micah. When a centuries-old vampire hits St. Louis, Anita finds herself needing all the dark forces her passion can muster to save the ones she loves.
"[O]ne the more fascinating fictional heroines since Scarlet O'Hara — and a hell of a lot more fun than most....
"To say Anita has her hands full is an understatement....Hamilton's complex, enthralling world is utterly absorbing, and Anita's many fans will be thrilled to see her back in action." Booklist
"Anita is a smart gal who can think fast and shoot even faster....Earlier books in the series focused on a mystery rather than Anita's complex private life and were much more interesting." Library Journal
"Ms. Hamilton's writing is quite good and I believe she could have produced an excellent book with the serial killer plot, if she would have gotten down to business and developed the plot, instead of turning out page after dreary page of vampire sex." Barb Wright, BookReporter.com
"Hits the ground running and doesn't let up...erotic." St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Vampire hunter Anita Blake learns what it's like to be at the new end of a centuries-old bloodline-and just how far she'll let herself get pushed around.
About the Author
Laurell K. Hamilton is a full-time writer and mother. Her bestselling Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter novels include Narcissus in Chains, Obsidian Butterfly, Blue Moon, Burnt Offerings, The Killing Dance, Bloody Bones, The Lunatic Café, Circus of the Damned, The Laughing Corpse, and Guilty Pleasures. She is also the author of A Kiss of Shadows and A Caress of Twilight. She lives in a suburb of St. Louis with her family.
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