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No place good, that’s for dang sure. That information was mind-blowing.
As expected, this one thrust Jane into even more high-risk action and deeper into the mysterious secrets of the Undead race. A job that has put Jane smack in the middle of vampire politics and rivalries.
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It feels a little aimless to me. Let me just go out with saying that Beast makes these books in many ways, she is funny and witty and really. I could and do accept that kind of behavior in a non-believing heroine who doesn’t share a Christian understanding of sexual ethics; but from one who claims to be Christian, it’s too drastic an exercise in false advertising; I felt gypped and betrayed by the author.
At the end of the last book, Jane got a job offer for the vampire master of the city of New Orleans, Leo, to work for his security detail on retainer for a year. So Jane is on high alert. I liked meeting some more quirky characters, specifically Bethany who seems just on yellkwrock side of sanity. Books by Faith Hunter. Broken Soul Jane Yellowrock. And the witch kid Angelina?!
I was bored out of my mind with these nonsense vamp-histories and adult dress-ups, and the “plot” focused mainly to the ending chapters. And more particularly how will they react to Jane, someone similar yet so different from them. She just received a boar skull, and blold skull of a mountain lion legally purchased from a US tannery killed in the wild.
The plot is pretty good.
Jane Yellowrock: Blood Cross 2 by Faith Hunter (2010, Paperback)
My least favorite character in this book was Jane’s roommate. In this novel we are introduced to our first gay token however he has no role beyond a 2 second reference. Death’s Rival Jane Yellowrock. I know they have great chemistry, but her own reactions to him made me lose all respect for her. Showing of reviews. As expected, this one thrust Jane into even more high-ri The first book of this series was one of the best supernatural fiction reads, and best action heroine books, that I’ve ever read.
I’m unsure as to if this is a positive or negative change in plot. 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. But no, she cares about him but she doesn’t care about him.
Fangs For The Fantasy: Review of Blood Cross by Faith Hunter: Book 2 of the Jane Yellowrock Series
Jane is a fascinating Blood Cross 4. I wish you all Happy Reading and many more wonderful books to come!!! When I’m reading a book, only my sense of humor is the judge of what’s funny and what isn’t. This language is appropriation and does not consider the harm that the phenomenon of the closet causes to GLBT people. See all reviews. Jane Yellowrock badass vampire slayer. I liked the action with Decker jne the Marines.
He tires to kill her again. When the Master of the city of New Orleans asks Jane to improve security for a future visit from a delegation of European vampires, she names an exorbitant price—and Leo is willing to pay. However, the story, the writing and the dialogue were still great. She took a lesson and—after a bout of panic attacks from fear of drowning—discovered she loved the sport. Another instalment and another group of preternaturals added to the mix.
Too bad they were cop, blood-servant, and angry va Jane Yellowrock is like that girlfriend bloid have that is totally great in every aspect of her life except men.
Blood Cross (Jane Yellowrock, #2) by Faith Hunter
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There was jellowrock a really cool revelation about the origins of the vampires and why they are cursed. She is also trying to figure out who is stealing witch children and why. My favorite installment so far. That said let’s review I really, really, really hate Rick. Jane’s jokes do nothing for me, but I don’t even have the chance of not noticing them, because Hunter punctuates each of them with a sentence about how Jane “almost laugh about it,” or “barely managed to contain the titter bubbling up in her chest,” or “would one day die because of her sense of humor.
Her best friends I skimmed, I really hate skimming. I felt one way in book one; but paradoxically, when she went my way by the end of book two, I was unsure about her selection.