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But loyalties run deeper than law among the undead, and one local vampire VIP has a grudge against Jane for destroying his son. Jane gets into a complicated stew involving human and vampire rivalries, the ancient vampire-witch conflict, the New Orleans police, and her need to balance her beast and human dkinwalker.
What with puzzles, chases including a climactic one to rescue childrenlots of blood, and some explicit sex, count on this to please thriller and dark romance fans alike. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Jane Yellowrock is back on the prowl against the children of the night Leo Pellissier, head of the Vampire Council, has hired skinwalker Jane Yellowrock to hunt and kill one of their own who has broken sacred ancient rules. But Jane quickly realizes that in a community that is thousands of years old, loyalties run deep, mythos have real power, and the past often has more force than the present.
When the witches and blood magic–black magic–become involved, Jane Yellowrock needs new weapons and friends at her side to fight the malevolent evil that stalks New Orleans.
Skinwalker (Jane Yellowrock, #1) by Faith Hunter
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Jane Yellowrock is like that girlfriend you have that is totally great in every aspect of her life except men. She is totally badass and I love the skinwalking aspect of her with Beast.
It is a really cool fqith and her being Native American really fits in with the mystery and history to her character but she is hunyer clueless when it comes to men.
Too bad they were cop, blood-servant, and angry vamp.
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Jane is still in New Orleans hunting the rogue vampire that seems to making young vampires with no training. Leo in the throws of a vampire depression of sorts wants to kill her and her witchy woman friend has come to visit with the kids. Jane has her hands full at the moment. I hope we get a lot more of them in the next books too. I do like that Jane has something resembling a family in them. The plot is pretty good. Jane needs hubter find the feral vamps and who is making them.
She is also trying to figure out who is stealing witch children and why. Anytime fith are kids involved the story gets a bit more intense for me. Skiwnalker liked meeting some more quirky characters, specifically Bethany who seems just on this side of sanity.
There was also a really cool revelation about the origins of the vampires and why they are cursed.
This was a pretty good ride and it seems like Jane is finding sklnwalker kinds of new friends to work with in New Orleans. I liked how the search wrapped up as the fight was really intense. Seriously skjnwalker is he even in contention? But at least they have some decent hinter and he seems like a semi-solid dude. He is a liar, manipulator and a player. We learned that in the last book, she actually saw him having sex with someone else that he was just using for information while he was actively trying to get her into bed.
The only guy in this that I found remotely jumpable was Derek huntsr ex-marine that is probably too old for her that helped her in the Vampire Hunt. He is the only good guy in this so far. Not as good as the first in this series for sure, but still decent.
The things Unlike about this series: Things I don’t like: Jane needs constant rescuing from her dumb decisions –how has she succeeded in life at all? Serioisuly, book 2 is a series of poor decisions she makes and then whines about. But no, she cares about him but she doesn’t care about him. Her interest in George feels shallow, too. She wants faih strong, emotional connection but knows it won’t work with him so she settles on Rick.
Realistic, yes, but good reading? In the end, both men bite me and that does not bode well for the series unless Leo takes center stage.
There are a host of issues with him but they could be worked through Finally, I find the series both slow moving and wordy. It is heavy on descriptions that don’t add much and I put the mystery together way before Jane does. This certainly makes it harder to maintain interest while reading.
Ok so I was really disappointed in this book because of the “Leo-trying-to-kill-her” plot. But there is some flakiness in here where there is enough doubt as to if he MIGHT be a good guy or not?
So hard to tell. She spends most of the book avoiding him and he tries to kill her multiple times! The author needs to make up her mind–either they are enemies or not–I would prefer that they stick to the “enemies” plot since I think they are way too gone with all the murder attempts to ever be friends or more again.
I liked the action with Decker and the Marines. Those were the best parts of this book. All the vampire stuff just confuses everything in this book in my opinion.
She insists on putting herself in the path of LOADS of vampires like insisting on going to their partyand guess what? Straddling the fence here between attempting to make some of the vamps to be good guys just is not working for me. She needs to just leave them alone and hunt the rogues. Also leave Bruiser alone! My gosh he is so tied into the camp skknwalker how are we even considering him a romantic match???
I need a male romantic lead character that I can really get behind and cheer for. I will move on to book 3, but I am wary One person found this skinwalier. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. Took me the first novel to warm up to heroine Jane Yellowrock.
But, by the time we get through Blood Faiht, we know enough about Jane and her personal history to develop empathy for her. Obviously this is urban fantasy directed at the ‘heroic girl’ readers,and the vampire element makes it even more attractive to that market.
I do enjoy reading authors take on the whole vampire canon, where they expand on it, and write their own rules and conventions for their novel’s universe. This makes the read a pleasure, as well as tickling me with the irony that the novel is placed in New Orleans, Anne Rice’s backyard. But, doesn’t follow the vampire rules of her universe, exactly.
New Orleans is haunted and creaky enough in real life, and this novel is a solid embellishment of that reputation. See all skinwlaker. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Blood Cross Jane Yellowrock, Book 2.