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Becoming the fiancée of master vampire Jean-Claude damages Anita Blake’s reputation as tough, to an extent. Fortunately, she remains the go-to zombie expert in professional circles. And right now the FBI has a big problem with zombies.
Someone is producing zombie porn. Anita has seen her share of crazy undead fetishes, so that shouldn’t bother her. But the women who are victimized are not just mindless, decaying corpses. Their souls are trapped behind their eyes, indicating voodoo of the blackest kind.
It’s the kind of case that can leave a mark on a person. And Anita’s soul may not come out unscathed…
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I have enjoyed this series since the first novel, which I found by chance. While some see character development as a bad thing for the series, I see it as completely normal for them to change and become more than before. I have read all the books and have been more than satisfied with the situations and the growth that Anita has experienced. The story is good with what I think is a good balance between the relationship and work theme. Anita has gone from being single-minded to thinking outside the box. There are multiple stories here, and while not all of them are resolved, each one is at least introduced and hopefully covered at a later date.
Anita was hired by the FBI to help with a case where someone is breeding zombies and using them in internet sex shows. Surprisingly, she is recommended by an unusual person who knows that if anyone can help, so can they. Once Anita has seen the footage for herself, she is more than willing to help find the person doing it because she has crossed the line in more ways than one. The most disturbing thing about zombies is that she has seen zombies like this before, but the person who cheered her on is dead and no one else should know how to do it.
As she tried to help solve the case, she was sidelined by many due to her commitment to Jean-Claude. She’s looking for the perfect ring, or at least Jean-Claude, and she’s having trouble agreeing on a design. However, Anita has decided something for her to marry Nathaniel and Micah, sparking an air of jealousy in Jean-Claude. Not to mention the other men who want to be part of her inner circle. With so many people in a relationship, it’s never easy.
I like any story that revolves around the main mystery because it adds dimension to everything else. While people have complained about the sex scenes in the past, there aren’t as many in this book as they once were, largely because that particular story no longer needs to be told. I missed it because I expected at least more than that. You see some characters that have been absent for a while, like Richard and Raphael, who are mentioned but rarely seen. There is also more information about some of the animal groups summarized in Jean-Claude and Anita’s Main Tribe Group.
Some people can find the culprit right away and others can take longer, either way I think it’s a great ride. If you love the series then you will probably be satisfied with this entry, if you loved it but stopped reading then you should check it out.
I have been on the fence about buying the next book in the series for about 7 years now. Then I buy it and long for the first part of the series. There was enough interesting stuff in the books that I keep buying them and flipping through many pages of unnecessary sex scenes until I get to the interesting part of the story. But this book, yes, much more history and sex is not the main focus of the book.
The book piqued my interest and I do not regret the buyers. He wrote a good story without a super villain. There was more than one look at supernatural human interactions. I would be happy if she continued to build her world in this direction. This is what keeps me buying the books over and over again. Because when she turns her attention to world building, she immediately draws me in. The relationships between Anita’s many partners and the politics between the different creatures they are have been a part of her books for a long time. Readers who don’t care about the interactions that occur will always be disappointed because they are always one of the components of writing.
So if interpersonal writing is tedious, stop buying the books and worry that the plot isn’t how the series started. Little in life remains static in relation to a beginning. For those who may be ambivalent, this book is a good one. I look forward to her next novel.
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