She refuses. Okay, well, X does it. Anita makes stupid agreement. These books are getting formulaic. And in fact, towards the beginning of this book, I really liked it a lot. I actually was tempted to give it 4 stars and declare it my favorite so far.
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She refuses. Okay, well, X does it. Anita makes stupid agreement. These books are getting formulaic. And in fact, towards the beginning of this book, I really liked it a lot. I actually was tempted to give it 4 stars and declare it my favorite so far. Now, I understand why Anita is kinda iffy about Richard. For point 1, I must ask, "Really? Why would she, even hastily, agree to marry Richard?
The problem is So Anita has sex with her fiance, and he dumps her. Of course, maybe this is supposed to show her immaturity--she is only 24 after all Anita, the guy is a creepy stalker dude. The actual mystery is interesting. Disappearing shapeshifters? Looking into the werewolf subculture? But after awhile, I felt LKH was just tossing stuff at us to keep up the breakneck pace the entire events of this book occur in less than a week. And Anita? And you know what?
What I DO care about is an interesting story. On a brighter note because this review suddenly became WAY more negative than I intended , I still like Ronnie and am even liking Dolph more.
And I do like seeing all these other mythological creatures appear. And when they actually attempt to solve the mystery, it is pretty good. Oh, and I do think the action sequences are written pretty damn well.
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Laurell K. Hamilton: Guilty Pleasures. Jove Books, New York ISBN X. Hamilton: The Laughing Corpse.
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