donderdag 29 juli 2010

Jeaniene Frost - First drop of crimson

After loosing her husband in a battle against paranormal evil, Denise blocked out every single paranormal being out of her life, even her best friend Cat, who is half human / half vampire. But now her relative’s are dying one by one and Denise think she will be next. So when a shape shifting demon pays her a visit and brands her as his property, she knows she has no choice. She has to find out what happened and how she can stop it before other family members will die.

Denise knows her friend Cat is away for a few weeks, so that leave her no choice then to call Spade, Cat’s vampire friend. Spade has some demons of his own to get rid of; he has managed to avoid any contact with human females for a reason. Now Denise needs his help and has blackmailed him into helping her. He knows he cannot refuse her, otherwise Cat and Bones will have his head. But the more time they spend together, the more he wants to make her his.

First Drop of Crimson by Jeaniene Frost is the first novel in the Night Huntress World and just as good as her Night Huntress Series with Cat and Bones as main characters. The world, the creatures are all the same, but it’s the secondary characters turn now to find happiness and love.

We all know that Denise was happily married and was able to be in the paranormal world her best friend Cat lives in, but after that bloody night where she lost her husband, she cannot be there anymore. But we all know that fate has a mind of his own, so when some demon claims her, she needs help….from the undead. Spade is the only other option to ask for help, when your best friend is away on her honeymoon.

You can read this book on its own, without having read the earlier series the Night Huntress about Cat and Bones. But if you want to understand the whole world building and some of the character, then I would advice to read the others books too, you won’t be disappointed.

I totally loved the fact that some of the characters from the first series are woven into this new novel. I only can hope that Jeaniene Frost will write more books about some of those characters, I would love to see more of Mencheres, Ian and let’s not forget Vlad.


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