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Jane is still in New Orleans and the vampire council has hired her to hunt and kill the rogue who is letting loose newly turned vampires on humanity. A job that has put Jane smack in the middle of vampire politics and rivalries.
And when Jane realises that witch children has being going missing, time is suddenly running out. And the way she acts around the three different love interests, how hot she finds them, thinking of mating with them is making her seem like a cat in heat. And that is frustrating and off-putting.
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I liked Leo in the first book, he was a mysterious and intriguing guy but in this book he was batshit crazy. For someone his age you would think he would be able to think logical even when he was grieving. But the way he tried to kill Jane…. The best parts of this book was the plot which was excellent and Molly and her cute children.
And the vampire politics and secrets were so damn interesting! Molly is awesome and I love how she supports Jane. And her daughter, Angie is adorable! I just love that little girl and how powerful she is. I am really liking the yfllowrock plot and Jane and totally loving Beast, so hopefully the romance part will be sorted soon and I can enjoy everything about this series.
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Return to Book Page. Preview — Blood Cross by Faith Hunter. Jane Yellowrock is back on the prowl against the children of the night 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 With the help of her witch best friend and local vigilantes, Jane finds Jane Yellowrock is back on the prowl against the children of the night With the help of her witch best friend and local vigilantes, Jane finds herself caught between bitter rivalries — and closer than ever to the secret origin of the entire vampire race.
But in a city of old grudges and dark magic, Jane will have to fight to protect both sides, even if no one will protect her.
Mass Market Paperbackpages. New Orleans, Louisiana United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Blood Crossplease sign up. Susie Schroeder Thankfully, no. Bruiser and Janie get it on later, but I don’t care for it. See 2 questions about Blood Cross…. Lists with This Book. And by “villagers” I mean vampires. With torches and gasoline and shit.
Dolore also means drama queen, I think. But before things can get too heated HA! Can I come play?
Fortunately, Leo isn’t so far gone cgoss he wants to kill Jane badly enough to go through children to get to her. The contract is to find and eliminate the rogue vamp maker we were made aware of in Skinwalkerand it doesn’t take long for Jane to figure out that the rampaging baby vamps and a long-running string of disappearing witch children are connected.
Do you see where this is going? No place good, that’s for dang sure.
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After that she’s aware of Beast’s presence, and sometimes Beast fights Jane for supremacy, but unless Janes’s in cat form, the most Beast can do is make her uncomfortable or seek petty revenge jan next time Jane shifts. Or so it seems. It also provides valuable insight into what makes Beast tick.
And Beast isn’t the only character to benefit from this kind of development.
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We also learn oh-so-many interesting things about George, Rick, Angie, and about vampire history in general if you’re the kind of person who views extremely altered versions of biblical events as origin stories for supernatural creatures as heretical, I’d skip this one. Next up Mercy Blade!
My other reviews for this series: View all 25 comments. Feb 10, Choko rated it really liked it Shelves: This book could have easily gotten the full 5 star rating, but it was a bit too repetitive at times, enough to be noticeable In many ways it reminds me of another of my favorite UF series – they are very exciting, have kick ass leading ladies, and act first think later approach to fighting evil.
Gin and Jane are strong and have powers, but still barely get out alive at the end of each book, mostly because they have luck like no other! They also have very loyal and supportive friends, who must really rethink their friendship, since just because they are in the vicinity of our heroes, get almost killed and often hurt as leverage I think, for their safety, they should move far, far away from wherever those ladies are at any given time!!! The second book deliveres a great follow up to the debut With Skinwalker.
Only this time the stakes are even higher and the bloodshed even more disturbing. We get to spend some time with the most adorable baby witch, who together with her baby brother and her mom Molly, come to visit Jane in New Orleans while she is on the hunt for a rogue Vampire who is creating new vamps and leaves them to fend for themselves, crazed with bloodlust and unable to maintain any control feed and kill people at random.
Jane is happy to have her friends with her, but danger is looming over the city and vampiric powerplay for control of the city puts everyone in the middle As I said, very exciting and addictive book with a ton of action, magic and blood feedings I loved it and I hope you guys do as well!
Gooooo Big Cat, go!!! I wish you all Happy Reading and many more wonderful books to come!!! View all 8 comments. 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 concept and her being Native American really fits in with the mystery and history to her character but she is totally clueless when it comes to men. For a gal who had been out of circulation for a few years, I was getting a lot of attention. Too bad they were cop, blood-servant, and angry va Jane Yellowrock is like that girlfriend you have that is totally great in every aspect of her life except men.
Too bad they were cop, blood-servant, and angry vamp. Normally this would be a dealbreaker for me.
Jane is still in New Orleans hunting the rogue vampire that seems to making young vampires with no training. Cross 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 to find the feral vamps and who is making them. She is also trying to figure out who is stealing witch children and why.
Anytime there are kids involved the story gets a bit more intense for me. I 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 all kinds of new friends to work with in New Orleans. I liked how the search wrapped up as the fight was really intense. So far our options are Leo — He is totally out for me because he has tried to kill her a few times. Seriously how is he even in contention? But at least they have some decent chemistry 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 an 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. View all 5 comments. Bethany is a bizarre one but another example of how workable the world building is with this one.
Jane learns a little more about her past and her connection with Big-Cat with her family history. As always Beast is a hoot to be in the head of, but I do wish Jane were a little stronger in her own skin — she seems to almost get killed too much and too easily in this one. After all that build-up, it’s just sneaky.