Saturday, January 8, 2011

At Grave's End Book Review

>> Saturday, January 8, 2011

At Grave's End (Night Huntress, Book 3) is a great addition to the series. I forgot how much I liked these books until I picked this one up from my large to be read pile.

Cat is half human half vampire and her boyfriend Bones is all vampire. I love the romance in these books or sometimes the lack of romance. The relationship is full of tension as it is and ad Tate a friend and co-worker of Cat's who is madly in love with her and is not shy in saying so. It really makes for some fun reading. There is a lot of tension between Bones and Tate but they both prove to be excellent at protecting Cat.

Cat, also known as the Red Reaper, and her team spend much of their time hunting vampires who kill humans. They are good at what they do until the Red Reaper is recognized three times in a row. Cat can't go undercover again and she seems to be on the hit list for some pretty powerful vamps now as well. The is a war brewing in the vampire community and Cat has to decide if she favors her vampire lineage or her human line.

Since Cat can't work as bate anymore they try using another female vampire to work as bate. This doesn't work out as planned and starts a chain reaction that forms the rest of the book. The vampires that get away in this run are in touch with some pretty powerful vampires that have a grudge against Cat and Bones. This book is full of action from start to finish and a good bit of romance mixed in at all the right times.

You get a lot of interesting tidbits with Cats mom as she realizes she might be a little wrong about the supernatural world. While it is a minor part of the book you get some great laughs with these developments. One will also notice a few more great developments in secondary characters and they also introduce Vlad (Dracula) into the story line.

This book deserves the best possible rating 5 out of 5 stars.


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