Cerulean Sins

Cerulean Sins

Book - 2004
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Anita Blake is trying to get her life back to "normal" after a break-up with her werewolf lover. She has settled into a pattern of domesticity, which means that the new man in her life, the leopard shapeshifter Micah, has no problem sharing her with Jean-Claude, Master Vampire of the City. Things are as peaceful as they ever get for someone who raises the dead, when Jean-Claude receives an unexpected and unwelcome visitor: Musette, the very beautiful, very twisted representative of the European Council of Vampires. Anita soon finds herself caught up in a dangerous game of vampire power politics. To add to her troubles, she is asked to consult on a series of brutal killings, which seem to be the work of something un-human. The investigation leads her to Cerulean Sins, a vampire-run establishment that deals in erotic videos, videos that cater to very specific tastes. Anita knows one creature of the night who has such interests — Jean-Claude's visitor. But if Anita brings Musette down, the repercussions could cost her everything she holds dear. Once a sworn enemy of all monsters, Anita is now the human consort of both Master Vampire Jean Claude and leopard shapeshifter Micah. When a centuries-old vampire hits St. Louis, Anita finds herself needing all the dark forces her passion can muster to save the ones she loves. Anita Blake returns to find hell hath no fury like a vampire scorned.
Publisher: New York : Jove Books, 2004, c2003
ISBN: 9780515136814
Characteristics: 547 p. ; 18 cm


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The w\hole plot has finally changed ! There are new characters , new problems. Hamiltion doesn't just make the whole story revolve with the story of the supernatural beings. She give Tammy , Rolph , Zerbrowski and Ronnie important roles that make her fantasy more real through a lively exciting cast. Anita explores the true meaning of her love for Asher. Anita struggles to mantain a relationship with Dolph because of her dating Jean Claude and Micah. Ha ha , but he doesn't know about Nathaniel or the werewolves , oh boy .Anita is like most protagnist of supernatural thrillers and romances , because beyond helping and saving the creepie crawlies ( as she would affectionally call all her friends) she has a career , family ,like , dislikes and ambition. Characters like the Twilight Saga's Bella Swan and L A Bank's Damali Richards can't compete with Anita because they don't have a cast of believable characters to support them , and they aren't motivated by anything except slaying vampires ( for Damali ) and becoming a vampire. And well I am really biased because I think Bella is stuck up and stupid for wanted to be a vampire , instead of alive with Jacob . I want to stake Bella. Anyway this novels thrills and gives you a chill just like the other novel beforehand , but we finally see for sure that Richard well not accept Anita. Richard doesn't like himself for being a werewolf. And Richard finally takes charge his pack. But long well it stay stable after he nearly killed Sylvie < I don't think much longer. I love how Jean Claude is becoming more of a secondary character in Anita's life. She isn't completely devoted to him and she hasn't even really noticed that. She started out with just him , but is this her final choice , well read the book and find out/Be prepared to be boggled , to ow and awe and cry , and laugh at Hamiltion's continued funny and always charming view of a modern vampire slayer and Nimir Ra trying to stay sane.

angry_skull Apr 03, 2011

Wow. This series has gone from pretty good to pretty slutty. Hamilton started out writing interesting stories that were kind of mysterious to writing sex books with a mystery solved at the end. Although I'm not sure what the mystery was in the one.

Sep 07, 2010

Absolutely ridiculous - were-hyenas, were-rats, and were-swans!


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