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They find out it's Mencheres wife Petra who tried to kill Bones and Cat, and she starts a war with them. Vampires and ghouls got pretty desperate when they were cornered. Invisible waves of power rolled over my back as my men parted to let Bones, the vampire I most trusted—and loved—through. Get A Copy. Why isn't she as committed as he is?
The ending was great, literally beyond my imagination. Loved it! By the way, this series gets better and better with every book. View all 33 comments. Dec 18, Shawna rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Hot vampire lovers; fans of urban fantasy romance. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Cat and Bones are back together and their love is stronger than ever, having been recently married the good old fashioned vampire way, via a sacred blood bond that ties them together until death.
Not in a world filled with powerful, vengeful, scornful ancient Egyptian vampires like Petra and her undead vampire and zombie minions hell-bent on war with the couple.
This time around, there is more involvement from previous characters like Tate, Ian, Spade, and Mencheres, and we get lots of additional dark humor courtesy and often at the expense of several new, intriguing characters that join the fray.
The ending, while not an outright cliffhanger, left a lot frustratingly unresolved, and it made me glad that I started the series late and only have to wait 16 days until Destined for an Early Grave hits shelves on July 28th!
Will they ever find the time in between raging bloody vampire battles to have a wedding? Big 5 stars! Oct 27, Emilie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Really, these books should have a warning on their cover: Once you start, you can't get enough.
They are like a drug; you get high on Bones. Do I need to say more?
View all 20 comments. Oct 31, Gavin rated it really liked it Shelves: This was another fun instalment in the Night Huntress series.
Cat and Bones are back to their ass-kicking best as they fight off an assassination attempt from her evil father and then get caught up in a full blown vampire war as it becomes apparent that a year old master vampire from Bones and Mencheres past supported the assassination attempt. The plot was fast paced with plenty of intense action scenes. We also had plenty more of the romance and humor that was such a big part of the first This was another fun instalment in the Night Huntress series.
We also had plenty more of the romance and humor that was such a big part of the first few books. I do love Cat and Bones as a couple. I only wish now that we could get rid of the whiny Tate! The guy really has to let his feelings for Cat go.
With Cat embracing her vampire side more and more all the time it should be interesting to see where the next book takes her.
Audio Note: Tavia Gilbert was great as always. Though again I'm not keen on one of her chosen accents. This time for Dracula! This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had a great time with this book during this re-read! I fell in love with this series quite a few years ago and decided to get the audiobooks since I knew that I would want to revisit this world.
This is the third book in the Night Huntress series, which really does need to be read in order. There were parts of the book that I did remember but I had lost quite a few details over the years.
I am very slowly working my way through the This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I am very slowly working my way through the series for the second time and found it to be just as enjoyable as it was the first time around if not more. I love Cat and Bones. There are actually a lot of great characters in this series but Bones is my favorite by far.
Bones can do just about anything and doesn't make apologies. His love for Cat is sincere and unquestionable. I do like the two of them together. I must admit that there were a few times in this book that Cat got on my nerves just a bit. I like Cat and I understand that she has some great ideas but it just seemed odd that all of these really old vampires were taking her lead. I wanted to be quiet for a minute and maybe learn something from the very capable people she had around her.
I also thought that Cat took some unnecessary risks and put herself in some uncomfortable positions which illustrated the fact she still has a lot to learn. I did think that Cat really showed her strength when everything went horribly wrong and she was forced to take a leadership position. The secondary characters played really important roles in this book. I believe that this is Vlad's introduction in the series and I was quickly reminded why I love his character.
The background that we learn about his character in this book was very touching. Mencheres was in the spotlight for a lot of this book and I have always enjoyed his character. I liked the developments in vampire politics that revolved around him and found his backstory to be rather eye-opening. This was an exciting story. There were a few scenes that stayed with me over the years which really says a lot about the book.
There were some rather emotional moments in the story which I thought were handled very well. I liked that there was such a wide range of emotions in a single story and it all worked so well. Tavia Gilbert did a fantastic job with the narration of this book. This story has a pretty large cast of characters and she handles all of their different voices very well. I am actually rather amazed by the wide range of accents and voices that she does use in this audiobook.
I thought that she expressed all of the emotion and excitement of this story expertly. I would say that her narration added to my overall enjoyment of the story.
I would recommend this series to others. This is an exciting installment in a series filled with wonderful characters and intense situations. I can't wait to continue with my re-read of the series! Initial Thoughts I had a great time with this. This was a re-read for me but it has been several years since I last read this book.
I really didn't expect to remember much of anything but I did remember some parts of the story. Maybe my memory isn't as bad as I think it is. Bones is my favorite character in this series by far but Vlad is right up there so I was thrilled to see him play a role in this installment. Ian, Spade, and Mencheres are also around which made me a happy camper.
Cat did get on my nerves a time or two but I do like her character and thought that she was rather strong in this book. There is quite a bit of action and some pretty intense scenes that kept the excitement going. Book source: Audible Purchase View 2 comments. Apr 23, Emily May rated it it was amazing Shelves: This third installment in the Night Huntress series just completely eradicated any 'buts' I had about the last two novels. I'd gone on and on about my love for the characters especially Bones and the fun, witty dialogue; but I still acknowledged that there was something lacking in Frost's plots that kept me from awarding the full 5 stars that I wanted to.
This book changed that. The plot was developed, fast-paced and sucked you in from the beginning. The other books were a lot more laid back an This third installment in the Night Huntress series just completely eradicated any 'buts' I had about the last two novels.
The other books were a lot more laid back and 'nice', even though the characters came up against troubles you always knew that they would come out on top and everyone you cared about would live to see another chapter.
But this time, the author got nasty. The one really big shocking thing that happens right in the middle of the story nearly had me in tears - oh my god, could it be real? Is it true? How will the protagonist cope if it is?
I won't say anything more. One of the greatest developments in this book that I never saw coming was that of Cat's mother. Justina started off as an annoying and bigoted character that you could maybe forgive because the poor woman was raped by a vampire But not anymore.
Frost has turned an annoying throwaway character into one of the most hilarious in the book, giving her wonderfully witty sarcasm and some of the best scenes like the whole thing at Rodney's house - will not spoil it. My opinion of her has escalated beyond my previous imagining, I only hope she has more hilarity to offer. Ah, and Bones, jealousy actually looks great on you. Yes, after poor Cat having to run into countless old flames from Bones' past, the tables have finally turned for a change.
When Cat and Tate are forced to make out when on a job, Bones gets more green-eyed than usual This book teaches women that if they make their boyfriends jealous they will go down on them repeatedly - awesome.
I honestly can't believe that Frost manages to create hotter and hotter scenes as the series goes on Also, zombies?? Didn't see that one coming and to be honest it was a refreshing change from finding out that it was just another big powerful vampire with a century more of maiming and killing than the last big powerful vampire. This series really is so good, I can't wait to see what will happen next, but thanks to ebay I should be finding out shortly.
View all 4 comments. Nov 22, Sarah Mac rated it it was ok Shelves: Slightly better than One Foot in the Grave , but not good enough. Like One Foot , incidents in this book are strung together with little thread. Absurdly complicated plots were brainstormed for seemingly needless reasons usually revolving around Cat's safe 2. Absurdly complicated plots were brainstormed for seemingly needless reasons usually revolving around Cat's safety.
Eventually I gave up trying to figure why things were happening -- I just wanted to close the book with a sense of completion. This one, at least, had more interesting side characters. Mencheres is a blessedly sedate personality in Ms Frost's sea of frothing extroverts.
I also liked Vlad, but I liked Ian even more. You don't know if he's going to snuggle, make a smart remark, or rip your head off -- and that's a good thing.
Unfortunately, the handwriting is on the wall. My eyes nearly rolled out of their sockets. Cat's powermassing, meanwhile, is a less tangible variety. Not only is she desired by almost every male character, but she's the equivalent of all but the most powerful Master Vamps. While Bones' perfection is somewhat tempered by his personality, Cat isn't so fortunate.
She's rude. She has no social grace. How dare they! She claims to have a best friend, but we never see them interact. She's trying to make amends with her mother, yet Justina disappears for long stretches of narrative. It seems the author has decided she can't have a softer personality outside of lovey-dovey scenes with Bones. As for Tate He's supposed to be some military-bred macho man, yet he's reduced to a mewling mass of fanboy worship whenever Cat walks into the room.
Speaking of which So, yes Sorry, Ian. View all 19 comments. Jul 02, Robin Bridge Four rated it really liked it Shelves: I'd die for you. Why wouldn't I want to live for you as well? Cat and Bones are back with great banter, dark humor and fun shenanigans again with an even more deadly adversary.
I will say that the author gave me a few serious heart palpitations and moments of worry for our couple and friends. There were even a few scenes I actually teared up at and that is hard to do to me in a series like this one. Even when Cat is on hold waiting for a development with the bad guy there are other fight scenes or adventures happening in between. Always a lot of movement to the story and Bones always comes through with some sort of surprise.
Those to me are some of the funniest scenes. Great story with a lot of action! Never a dull moment. View all 3 comments. Well, Bones does it for Cat. Both are also now married by vampire law. Someone is out to get Bones by killing Cat. The book has action, betrayals and heartbreak. Overall, it's a nice addition to the series , though it's the least good one compare to the first two.
On to the next one! He's Cat's boss and he's Cat's uncle; her mother's rapist's brother Max. He's Cat's second-in-command. Dave gets killed by a vampire and at end of the book two, Rodney and Bones makes him a ghoul. Cat saved her from a vampire.
Randy , her husband. His years as an undercover narcotics officer probably helped there. He becomes Cat's third captain. Mencheres sees things; visions, glimpses of the future, that sort. She had help him when Bones was human, and Bones wanted to return the favor; to become a vampire, she accepted. Love triangle? Will I read this again in the future? New Rating - 3. I love him. First read review: I want Bones for myself.
Jul 17, Catherine rated it really liked it Shelves: While reading my review, keep in mind that I did enjoy the book. I plan to continue reading the series and get the fourth book, but if my problem with this book consumes the next book I think this series and I will have to break up.
I loved a lot of the side characters in this one. Mencheres continues to be intriguing, although at times I just wanted to smack him and tell him to man up. Spade and Annette are back for more page time too. Who really caught my attention in this book was Vlad. He cracked me up. I loved watching the tension between him and Bones. Also, his power was pretty cool. He and Cat have a very powerful scene when Cat is at her lowest.
I loved the glimpse we got into his motives and his secret pain. The plot in this one is pretty simple. There aren't a lot of complicated subplots or hidden motives. That's okay, sometimes simple can be a good thing. Bones and Cat are still together and in love.
They actually have some surprising news which Bones takes enormous delight in informing her mother of. The action was fun and I enjoyed the ending. I guess when you get as old as Mencheres you have some pretty wicked powers.
Now, on to my rant: Why is she still friends with that little ass, Tate? If she's supposed to be this kick ass girl why is she letting herself get walked all over by people that are supposed to care about her? In the first book she let her mom ruin her relationship with Bones and made herself miserable. In the second book she let her mom spew her filthy opinion all over Bones. Why would she still have a relationship with her mom if her mom doesn't add anything to her life? In this book she's resigned to their relationship, but she's still irritating!
She's also extremely hypocritical. It's not okay for her daughter to share air space with a vampire, but it's okay for her to sleep with a ghoul? Where does she get off? Also, why did no one ever confront her on her false rape charges? They acted like she didn't actually do anything wrong because Cat's dad turned out to be a bad guy. That still doesn't excuse her making a false rape charge and using that lie as a club to beat her daughter into the prejudicial mold she cast. Why did no one call her on it?
It made me so mad! I was so excited when I thought Tate might be a bad guy. I did a happy dance when I thought I might be rid of him. I was so bummed when it turned out that he was innocent. Why can't he just go away? He's such a skeeze! He took waaay too much enjoyment out of touching Cat when they were only playing a role.
He knew Cat wouldn't let him touch her like that if she wasn't forced to by circumstances, but he is such a pathetic stalker that he didn't care. He groped her and enjoyed it while she sat their trying to figure out how to get out of the situation. I was so uncomfortable with the whole thing. I was really glad when Bones told her he understood why she did it, but it would never happen again.
As much as I hate Tate, it's really Cat's fault that the situation has developed like it has. She should have ended their friendship right when she realized that he had no intention of respecting her relationship with Bones. He tells her he loves her and he's better for her than Bones and tries to touch her all in front of Bones! Bones holds back because Cat would freak out if he didn't, but he should only have to take so much! He was ready to throw away a couple hundred years worth of friendship with Annabelle over her just trying to put doubt in Cat's mind.
Why isn't she as committed as he is? You don't subject your husband to your obsessed friend's lustful disrespect. How hard of a concept is that? Cat said she was realized her priorities and was going to put Bones first. She plans to quit her job, and I pray that means no more Tate.
One more thing that was really well done was Cat's reaction to Bones' disappearance. I hated Tate for trying to mack on her, but I loved her for her reaction to it. I felt her agony while he was gone. When he came back and she didn't want to wake up because she didn't want him to be gone View all 30 comments.
Oct 20, Rane rated it really liked it Shelves: Cat and Bones still shine bright keeping their wits and humor about them as they face some major bumps in their ever changing and growing relationship. Their still awesome as you start to see even more sides to Cat and Bones. This book packed a major punch with non-stop action from page one, almost reading like a Hong Kong film with silver flying everywhere. With the action taking place it also gave secondary characters a more three dimensional feeling making me a happy fangirl with more Spade air time, but also made me take notice of Tate whom still dealing with his one-sided love.
Plus the rest of the cast and even a surprising new character that may make your eyes roll at him being so passe, but you really start to like him quickly and his quirky humor. The love scenes between them were hot and fast and very short and not as sexy not holding a candle to the earlier books of the series. I would have liked more between Bones and Cat, but this book felt at times to much of a filler giving the relationship a standstill feeling. Plus the ending was left open for the other books that follow and was kinda sad But it did give a chance for Frost to build her other characters so in the end it was a win-win for the readers.
View all 14 comments. Goodreads is being weird right now, so I'll make it short. After Chapter 32 of the last book, this one could not possibly have lived up to it, but it was still fun. Also, according to Cat's descriptions, Bones looks like this: And, the other guy in love with her, Tate, looks like this: Now, I'm not trying to be superficial here, I just am. But, I would personally pick Option B. And to prove it's not only about his looks, Tate also has never uttered the words "Old Chap", so there is more motivation.
I mean, come on!! Is Bones supposed to be a romantic lead or an uptight butler from the 19th century? This guy can pull it off, but Bones can't.
View all 5 comments. Sep 24, Nicole rated it really liked it Shelves: It's the only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars. Dec 08, Theresa rated it liked it Shelves: If you haven't read books 1 and 2 in this series, don't start with this entry.
Really, just If you haven't read books 1 and 2, don't read this review.
Of the three books in this series to date, this entry was my least favorite. What I liked: He can do no wrong. As a side note, it seemed like every sentence he spoke had some British-ism in it. Don't know why I noticed that, but I did. It didn't bother me - just had to his smoking hotness. I was like, oh yeah, when I first If you haven't read books 1 and 2 in this series, don't start with this entry.
I was like, oh yeah, when I first saw his name. But he ended up adding a lot of comic relief to the story. I'd like to read more about him in future entries. That is pretty much it. What I didn't like: Their passion when they come together has been well explored in the past two books see chapter 32 in the second book , but it seemed like that all got cut - except for the one measly scene mentioned above - for the constant fighting going on.
I swear, in almost every single scene , Cat was getting stabbed, bit, shot, etc. How did she get through the day before having Bones's all-healing love juice, err, blood? We're talking jumping ahead by two weeks between chapters. I don't remember this happening in the previous books - except for, you know, the big four year jump between book 1 and 2. It is jarring, to put it mildly. It seemed like we jumped from action scene to action scene with no downtime. This may sound exciting, but to me, it was choppy and felt like an editor had a hayday with the story.
During the reading of this entry, I was gritting my teeth with his BS. By the end of the book, I was wishing him dead. Shut the hell up, Tate. Go get stuffed. I'm just going to have to trust that the author has a grand plan for making Tate an unbearable prick. No one seemed to have gotten killed, thank God, aside from Nick. Now the only thing on her chest was a blood smear and a tear in her shirt where my knife had been. Multiple fractures, abrasions, contusions, the usual.
Nothing worked like vampire blood for healing. He pointed to the loudmouthed vampire across the room being restrained by Dave, our other team captain. Dave was a ghoul, which meant he could hold the wriggling vamp.
None of the humans on my team could have managed to. I nodded. Things had gotten more dangerous in recent months. Too many people in the undead world now knew there was a half- vampire human who hunted them, and they knew what to look for.
I glared at the captive vampire. Dave studied my armpit, too. I ran a frustrated hand through my dyed blond hair. There were no more colors left for me. After blinking several times, I got the brown contacts out. Ah, relief! They had been annoying me all night.
Their new glow shone like twin emerald headlights, exactly as all vampire eyes could. Indisputable evidence of my mixed heritage.
Not Bones. He never bluffed. Apparently Ernie had heard of his reputation. He crossed his legs. In matters of personal vampire affairs, however, Bones outranked me by more than two centuries. He knew from firsthand experience how unpleasant our vampire transportation was. His indigo gaze swept over the room, seeking me out. Fast, before the job next week. This is getting too dangerous, even for your standards. Instead of kicking or fighting, Tate managed a grimace that resembled a smile.
I gave Tate a warning look. Tate was my friend and I cared for him, but his feelings for me ran along very different lines. Which was like waving a red flag at a bull. This is the third time. I know Bones agrees. Bones liked me risking my life on a regular basis about as much as I liked my father. Hell, Bones would dance on your grave if I quit my job.
I smiled back. Don coughed. Think of the bystanders, Cat. Tonight was a prime example. Vampires and ghouls got pretty desperate when they were cornered. Don tugged at his eyebrow, Juan whistled, and Dave cracked his neck. I gaped at him. She also had a history with Bones that involved his birthday party, another vampire named Annette, two other girls, and very little talking. To my left, Bones lifted a bored brow. My gaze swung to him.
Which means I would have hated Bones when he was human, too. Good to know he was keeping an open mind about the undead. Yeah, right. Bones raked Don with a look. Please let him not do something that drastic because of me. I hated to say this in front of a group, but they all knew how Tate felt. But a friend is the only way I see you.
So the question remains—is he choosing this for himself, or for her? Sure you want to sign on for that? Bones shrugged.