“The last thing on God’s green earth that I needed was another man in my life…
I didn’t have a clue what to do with the two I had already. The fact that they were, respectively, a Master Vampire and an Ulfric, werewolf king, was only part of the problem…They both had my libido, but I was trying to decide who had my heart…
It starts off well enough. Even though it wasn’t within my comfort level. Anita is up against a couple of different monsters. She has been spending the last 6 months separating herself from the 2 men in her life, trying to move forward with out them. But, it is weakening her, and them (yes, we learned this from the last book).
So, here we are. The time has come for Anita to call on her men, she needs their help. To save one of her leopards, they marry the marks that bind the 3 of them together, which allows them to share and grow their powers, then the fight begins. Anita almost dies.
Now the some monsters are revealed. She doesn’t die, but they think she may have been infected by a shapeshifter AND Anita gets Jean-Claude’s ardeur. These are just some of the changes Anita is going through, internal monsters she has to fight. Plus there is a new man in the picture, a leopard, and we can’t forget about the real bad guy that is out there. The one that is hurting people.
I liked this book, just not as much as I liked the others. I feel like the vibe is changing. Anita used to kick ass and take names. She is still kicking butts, just checking out all the butts she didn’t kick, too. She is not sleeping with all of them, yet. A big part of it is the ardeur, but you just sense that pretty soon she is going to change.
I am going to take that change hard, she had such high standards in the beginning. Her morals are slipping and with them my respect of Anita.
My favorite Line:
“Well, that just fries my bacon,”