Happy Freaking Friday Blogsters.
To celebrate, I am posting a new book review of an old friend – Jeaniene Frost’s book one in the Night Huntress series. Sit back and enjoy!
Half-vampire Catherine Crawfield is going after the undead with a vengeance, hoping that one of these deadbeats is her father–the one responsible for ruining her mother’s life.
If I had a cent for every time someone writes a story about a redheaded vampire slayer with enough cojones to level an entire small American town, I’d have enough money for at least one Freddo Frog. Maybe two. But this isn’t one of those books, this one is better and I’m about to tell you why in one word. Bones.
In this first book of Jeaniene Frost’s Night Huntress series, our heroine Cat Crawfield is not much more than a sassy Mary-Sue, or in this case – a Buffy-Sue. She has potential to be fabulous and over the course of the series she becomes more and more fabulous until people start reading the series for her rather than Bones. But this book is about the beginning of a (my) love affair with one of the most well written vampires from paranormal romance. He’s quirky, emotional, can carry off a blonde dye job with aplomb and has the most darling British accent outside of the motherland without sounding like a toff, or Hugh Grant. Plus he’s a bounty hunter and that means he rides a bike – and not one of those silly fixies either.
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