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Queen Bitch PDF, ePub eBook The UnknownWorld is reeling from change. Bethany Anne has started to make a difference in the first week of being 'awake'. Now, America has been losing good men since their teams don't have a Vampire to help them and Frank is hoping Bethany Anne can, and will, help. Further, the American Pack Council is having internal problems with their own "young and dumb" Were's who w The UnknownWorld is reeling from change. Bethany Anne has started to make a difference in the first week of being 'awake'. Now, America has been losing good men since their teams don't have a Vampire to help them and Frank is hoping Bethany Anne can, and will, help. Further, the American Pack Council is having internal problems with their own "young and dumb" Were's who want to ignore Michael's strictures. With no one seeing Michael, the fear of the 'Boogeyman' is starting to recede. That's ok with Bethany Anne, it means she will personally deliver the message there is a new vampire in town. Immediately following the story of Bethany Anne from 'Death Becomes Her', Queen Bitch rides a rollercoaster of action and a heavy dose of creative cussing. Bethany Anne starts to get a team in place to help her affect change. Because, whether the UnknownWorld wants it or not, change is coming. *Ver 1.10 - modified 11/28/2015 with copyedit corrections. **NOTE: Version 1.20 (Edited by James Coyle) out now! Series includes: Death Becomes Her - The Kurtherian Gambit 01 Queen Bitch - The Kurtherian Gambit 02 Love Lost - The Kurtherian Gambit 03 Bite This - The Kurtherian Gambit 04 (Dec 2015) Never Forsaken - The Kurtherian Gambit 05 (Dec/Jan 2015)

30 review for Queen Bitch

  1. 4 out of 5

    Choko

    *** 4 *** This is the second book about the young lady Vampire who has been created in order to bring some order among the weres and vamps, who seem to be getting out of control. She takes that task to heart and with the help of an alien computer who has incorporated itself into her brain and nervous system, an American werewolf, a young Romanian lady, and a secret Black Ops team, she starts kicking some bad dudes asses😈! Ooo, and while resting from all the ass kicking and between spending a ton *** 4 *** This is the second book about the young lady Vampire who has been created in order to bring some order among the weres and vamps, who seem to be getting out of control. She takes that task to heart and with the help of an alien computer who has incorporated itself into her brain and nervous system, an American werewolf, a young Romanian lady, and a secret Black Ops team, she starts kicking some bad dudes asses😈! Ooo, and while resting from all the ass kicking and between spending a ton of money, her and her new buddies get to do some very creative cursing 😈😈😈😀... These books should be taken for what they are - some entertainment and some violence, all for the sake of an light, fun read. I would not even go into it with any other expectations. The books are short and very fast read, all structured as a TV series episodes. I hope you check them out for what they offer 😀😀😀! Now I wish you all Happy Reading and many more wonderful books to come!

  2. 5 out of 5

    angela

    Great Great read, plenty of action, characters are really coming together and I love them. The funniest sayings come out of Bethanyanns character. Fun, action packed, violence filled book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jane Shambler

    Yes! It does get better! I guess I'm buying the coffee for the next God knows how many months. Honestly I can't get enough of this series. It just keeps getting better. Be aware that Bethany Anne has a wicked 'potty' mouth. She actually works hard to insult everyone and give her her due she takes as well as she gives. Some are pretty adventurous. I grew up in London so there isn't much I haven't heard but all I'll say is WOW! Bethany Anne has started to compile her team and they have nicknamed them Yes! It does get better! I guess I'm buying the coffee for the next God knows how many months. Honestly I can't get enough of this series. It just keeps getting better. Be aware that Bethany Anne has a wicked 'potty' mouth. She actually works hard to insult everyone and give her her due she takes as well as she gives. Some are pretty adventurous. I grew up in London so there isn't much I haven't heard but all I'll say is WOW! Bethany Anne has started to compile her team and they have nicknamed themselves The Queen Bitch or TQB. She is learning all the time and she feels safe with her team. She is also reaching out to the weres to increase her contacts. Her team are very protective off her as she is with them. She just bought a Black Hawk helicopter. And a house. All for cash. She has some serious money and she is using it to set a up a fully independent team. This series is definitely one of the best I've come across regarding the supernatural. This author has taken it to a whole new level. Buffy has no chance here. The books aren't too long either. I've got through two in two evenings. But be aware you will lose time because you get so involved you even forget to breathe. Excellent series. But be warned. They are VERY addictive. Enjoy!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lex Kent

    Damn this mainstream series is addicting! I have too many books that I have to read, or I would be sitting here reading one after another of this series. The books are quick, fast-paced excitement. And the fact you can get them through Kindle Unlimited, makes it even better. If you are a paranormal fan, especially of Vamps and Weres, try this series. There is also some sci-fi elements, which I love, but you don't have to be a sci-fi fan to enjoy these early books at least. Two books and I am hoo Damn this mainstream series is addicting! I have too many books that I have to read, or I would be sitting here reading one after another of this series. The books are quick, fast-paced excitement. And the fact you can get them through Kindle Unlimited, makes it even better. If you are a paranormal fan, especially of Vamps and Weres, try this series. There is also some sci-fi elements, which I love, but you don't have to be a sci-fi fan to enjoy these early books at least. Two books and I am hooked. Jane this is all your fault you realize! :) When I come back to this series, when I have more reading time, I probably won't be reviewing all of these books. I think these are the kind of books that you just have to read, they are hard to truly explain. My 72 year-old father is still a big reader, and we talk about books a lot. I have even gotten him to read lesfic which I am proud of:) I told him the premise of this series, and he said "that sounds really weird". There is too much going on in these, you just need to read one to see if it grabs you. They really grabbed me. And it is hard to pick up my next ARC, when I really just want to read book 3, instead.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Al *the semi serial series skipper*

    Didn't really like this one. Everyone talked about how beautiful Bethany was, everyone wanted her until they realize she's a killing machine, everyone wants to be on her team because she was so badass. I was tired of the ass-kissing. I also got tired of the profanities. I don't usually have any problem with that but it seems that what the entire book was about, coming up with the most stupid insult and comments about how badass Bethany was. It got tiring. We didn't even get to meet lots of vampi Didn't really like this one. Everyone talked about how beautiful Bethany was, everyone wanted her until they realize she's a killing machine, everyone wants to be on her team because she was so badass. I was tired of the ass-kissing. I also got tired of the profanities. I don't usually have any problem with that but it seems that what the entire book was about, coming up with the most stupid insult and comments about how badass Bethany was. It got tiring. We didn't even get to meet lots of vampires in this one which I hated. I hope it picks up.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kurt

    More of the same as the first in the series, Queen Bitch, a light, happy story dealing with vampires, werewolves and the always entertaining Bethany Ann. Fun.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Clarke

    I don't get why this series has such high marks. I didn't love the first book but I like the story idea enough to hope the second book has a lot of world building and character development. There isn't as much shifting in POV which I enjoyed but very little development happens. Lots of violence and pointless profanity. Don't get me wrong I don't hate profanity I just think it should be used like an exclamation point. It loses its effect when it gets thrown all over the place. All the important p I don't get why this series has such high marks. I didn't love the first book but I like the story idea enough to hope the second book has a lot of world building and character development. There isn't as much shifting in POV which I enjoyed but very little development happens. Lots of violence and pointless profanity. Don't get me wrong I don't hate profanity I just think it should be used like an exclamation point. It loses its effect when it gets thrown all over the place. All the important people you meet in the first book don't matter or aren't mentioned. The lack of structure and thought about ramifications bugs me for a group of people who are supposed to be leaders. I'll try the next book but I need to see some serious progression in the storyline or I'm done.

  8. 4 out of 5

    cEe beE

    This is junk food reading that spoiled real fast. Bethany Anne, who is always called by her full name aka Queen Bitch is loved and adored by all the men she commands because she can cuss and spar better than any of them. She’s the Deus ex machina of vampiredom. Blech.

  9. 4 out of 5

    E Varady

    Just no Book 2 continued all the issues from book 1: notable grammar issues, lack of character development, multiple points of view that clog the story and big it down, no emotional connection, a childish romance focused awkwardly on secondary characters, and general chaos. What made this one worse for me was how everyone finds Bethany Anne to be beautiful and delicate, and wants her until they are her kick butt; and they always see her kick butt because something convenient happens so that withi Just no Book 2 continued all the issues from book 1: notable grammar issues, lack of character development, multiple points of view that clog the story and big it down, no emotional connection, a childish romance focused awkwardly on secondary characters, and general chaos. What made this one worse for me was how everyone finds Bethany Anne to be beautiful and delicate, and wants her until they are her kick butt; and they always see her kick butt because something convenient happens so that within a page they've gone from listing after her to fear. This makes up 90% of the plot, hence the chaos. The other 10% is Nathan and Ecaterina's blushing (gag) romance. I need more storyline than a woman gaining powers and winning everyone over with her good looks, her supposed relatability, and her excessive wealth that she spends with no thought other than "I want, therefore it is mine." Is this supposed to be an attractive trait? I tend to associate it with children under 10. The end result is a character who is supposedly perfect, aka boring, and she's as sturdy as a paper cut out. The plot is basically meet people, cuss, fight, but something. Repeat.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tracy T.

    Exciting Fast Paced Story! Great narration by Emily Beresford (audible review). This book was much better than the first in this series. But like I said in my review of the first book, it seemed more of a prequel to this series and I was right! So glad I moved forward. But you have to read the first book to get a good understanding of where Bethany came from. This story is full of action and action and more action. Great dialogue throughout the whole book! Funny LOL sarcasm moments. Just a fun boo Exciting Fast Paced Story! Great narration by Emily Beresford (audible review). This book was much better than the first in this series. But like I said in my review of the first book, it seemed more of a prequel to this series and I was right! So glad I moved forward. But you have to read the first book to get a good understanding of where Bethany came from. This story is full of action and action and more action. Great dialogue throughout the whole book! Funny LOL sarcasm moments. Just a fun book. Bethany Anne is getting her posse together, kicking some butt and not taking names! LOL Never a dull moment and no filler nonsense. I look forward to more of this series being released on audible. As for the narration, it's great! Emily Beresford does a fantastic job narrating this series.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Trish R.

    I liked this one more... This was much better than Death Becomes Her. Bethany Anne was in the book most of the time and when she wasn’t it wasn’t as boring as the other book. After Bethany Anne killed Petre in the last book she headed to his father’s house with every intention of kicking his ass or killing him to. Unfortunately, she found a really, really old man, so that changed her mind. Everything worked out just fine between them. Then she took off to the States and got involved with a covert g I liked this one more... This was much better than Death Becomes Her. Bethany Anne was in the book most of the time and when she wasn’t it wasn’t as boring as the other book. After Bethany Anne killed Petre in the last book she headed to his father’s house with every intention of kicking his ass or killing him to. Unfortunately, she found a really, really old man, so that changed her mind. Everything worked out just fine between them. Then she took off to the States and got involved with a covert group that took care of business with no one knowing what happened. It was just one battle after another and her always making wisecracks to her team. She was so funny sometimes. There was no sex but the F-bomb was used 52 times. As to the narration: Emily Beresford did a lot better narrating this book. Her emotions were much better than in Death Becomes Her, but there’s still nothing memorable about her voice. I have no idea why.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Nolly Sepulveda

    I'm really loving Bethany Anne's character, she is one neck of a package! Fierce, Sarcastic, Honorable, Deadly and quite Hilarious. This series so far is turning out to be a very interesting and fun read. Great cast of characters.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Suz

    3.75 stars Definitely better than the first one, although there are still times when the dialog is a bit contrived. That said, this is Mary Sue goodness that I will continue to listen to.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kathrynn

    After reading the first book in this series, "Death Becomes Her" and the way it ended on such a ready-for-ass-kicking note, I was expecting book two, "Queen Bitch" to pick right up, but it didn't. I thought, based on the first book, that Bethany Anne was going to get the vampire world back on track because she is the Queen and that would be how she got the title, but that is not what happened at all. Team Queen Bitch (TCB) and the way the title was given in the context of this story made it seem After reading the first book in this series, "Death Becomes Her" and the way it ended on such a ready-for-ass-kicking note, I was expecting book two, "Queen Bitch" to pick right up, but it didn't. I thought, based on the first book, that Bethany Anne was going to get the vampire world back on track because she is the Queen and that would be how she got the title, but that is not what happened at all. Team Queen Bitch (TCB) and the way the title was given in the context of this story made it seem silly. It also irked me that she did not contact her father--directly--in this book. Pick up the damn phone and call your dad to let him know you are alive! The shoe shopping is becoming stupid as well. I was disappointed. For me, this book included too much detail on setting up a new organization. Too many new people introduced, too much talking and planning and not enough action or forward momentum. I also did not care for the cursing. It did not offend me, but I did not think it was funny and most times inappropriate to a scene. Felt forced by the author and took from the dialogue in lieu of adding to. All the spending and amounts thrown out are unnecessary details. A few amounts here and there, but felt like the author was writing his personal wish list at times. 3 Stars from This Reader.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Shelby

    I liked the first book in the series: the blend of fantasy and sci-fi elements was unique and the story kept me interested. I liked the premise of this one too...at first. After about 70% of the way through it became a chore to finish. The dialogue was choppy, characters did not have unique speech patterns, grammar was poor, and many of the story elements completely killed my interest (I won't spoil anything though). Even though the characters are regularly in dangerous situations throughout the I liked the first book in the series: the blend of fantasy and sci-fi elements was unique and the story kept me interested. I liked the premise of this one too...at first. After about 70% of the way through it became a chore to finish. The dialogue was choppy, characters did not have unique speech patterns, grammar was poor, and many of the story elements completely killed my interest (I won't spoil anything though). Even though the characters are regularly in dangerous situations throughout the book, there is never the feeling of any actual risk for them. This causes a lack of tension, causing many of the fight scenes to fall flat.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Coyora Dokusho

    63% gave up for now There were good parts! But now with Insta-Devotion (tm) 146% more irritating than Insta-Love (tm) because it makes EVEN LESS SENSE. For GOOD devotion/loyalty building check out Daughter of the Blood or even the Chinese web novel I'm reading The Demonic King Chases His Wife: The Rebellious Good-for-Nothing Miss Probably will come back to this some time...

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary

    Queen Bitch - a review by Rosemary Kenny The sensational saga by Master of the UnknownWorld Michael Anderle, continues with Bethany Anne's arrival in the US after resolving issues of rebellion and dishonor in Romania and Switzerland. Her new SWAT team of Eric, John, Scott, Darrell and pilot/mechanic Bill/'Bobcat' Carlson is put together with the help of her Government liaison Frank Kurns, while ally Nathan controls Were dissenters and supporters. Who does Bethany Anne recruit from Europe - and why Queen Bitch - a review by Rosemary Kenny The sensational saga by Master of the UnknownWorld Michael Anderle, continues with Bethany Anne's arrival in the US after resolving issues of rebellion and dishonor in Romania and Switzerland. Her new SWAT team of Eric, John, Scott, Darrell and pilot/mechanic Bill/'Bobcat' Carlson is put together with the help of her Government liaison Frank Kurns, while ally Nathan controls Were dissenters and supporters. Who does Bethany Anne recruit from Europe - and why is this person happy to be in the States? What property does Bethany Anne purchase in Florida and why? When hostages are taken at a bank how is the situation resolved? How is John injured during the mission? How does Bethany Anne save his life? Once you start to read the legend of Bethany Anne you'll be happy to stay up all night - like I did - to read just one more page/chapter/to the end because Michael Anderle's heroine and her story will become like your life's blood - once she enters it you'll never be the same again!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Debrac2014

    3.5 stars! Good action packed story! But Bethany was too nice to be a vamp!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jay Collins

    Okay so this one was better, I do like these type of books so I will continue with them. update Okay so now that I found out these books are really a serial and written in less than 30 days I will have to bump them up by one full star, even tho I am not really into serial type books. 3.5 Stars

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marolyn Ha

    Absolutely Love this Series. Cannot wait until the whole series is available on Audible

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Stamm

    Was. Written in 9 days...i read in 2 I am soooo hooked. There goes my amazon card....can't wait to download number 3. Wonderful fast summer read at the beach.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Andrew L.

    Not bad, but not great The operative phrase seems to be "deus ex machina", there's just no real challenges encountered and overcome, everything is blown away by the near-godlike protagonist or her functionally infinite monetary resources. It's almost like someone played a video game on easy, then wrote a book about it. The writing is solid, the characters aren't terrible (call them 2.5D; not quite flat, but not fully fleshed out). The descriptions are good enough: enough detail to set the scene, n Not bad, but not great The operative phrase seems to be "deus ex machina", there's just no real challenges encountered and overcome, everything is blown away by the near-godlike protagonist or her functionally infinite monetary resources. It's almost like someone played a video game on easy, then wrote a book about it. The writing is solid, the characters aren't terrible (call them 2.5D; not quite flat, but not fully fleshed out). The descriptions are good enough: enough detail to set the scene, not so much as to bog everything down. Michael's obviously done some research, as things (guns, cars, planes, whatever) are called out right (at least mostly, maybe entirely; I wouldn't recognize a problem with helicopter models or such). The problem is that the protagonist is so personally powerful and has so much money there's nothing interesting happening. The story moves along, then the book ends. In terms of Freytag's pyramid, it's all exposition; rising action, climax, falling action, and denouement are weak or lacking. Perhaps these aspects are present on the greater scale, but I think I'm done with the series at this book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sha

    Nope. The instant devotion is getting to be a little bit too much for me. If cussing a lot was going to give you eternal devotion, I should have had my own harem by this point. -_- And also, why on earth would it be an advantage for a stick-thin woman to have huge breasts? I'm sorry, but this is just plain illogical and pointless. Combine all of the above with the random extravagant spending and the one-sided and always accurate moral judgement, and I feel a little like I'm in the SFF equivalent Nope. The instant devotion is getting to be a little bit too much for me. If cussing a lot was going to give you eternal devotion, I should have had my own harem by this point. -_- And also, why on earth would it be an advantage for a stick-thin woman to have huge breasts? I'm sorry, but this is just plain illogical and pointless. Combine all of the above with the random extravagant spending and the one-sided and always accurate moral judgement, and I feel a little like I'm in the SFF equivalent of a modern art painting. Nothing makes sense, I'm getting a headache and by god am I bored out of my bloody mind. The concepts introduced in book 1 were interesting, but book 2 was really not my thing and I am just really glad I managed to finish it, while wondering why I even bothered. Note that this is quite possibly an indication of style-reader mismatch rather than actual quality of writing, though.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Anita

    I loved the first book of this series, so I bought 5 more to keep me busy over vacation. Unfortunately, they all disappointed me. The first book was more character driven, the remaining books relied to heavily on 3rd person summary narration to move the plot line along. Also, as the paramilitary aspect of the series became more prominent, the author leaned heavily on machismo and how legendary tough this group would become. It got repetitive and didn't feel real given the circumstances of the gr I loved the first book of this series, so I bought 5 more to keep me busy over vacation. Unfortunately, they all disappointed me. The first book was more character driven, the remaining books relied to heavily on 3rd person summary narration to move the plot line along. Also, as the paramilitary aspect of the series became more prominent, the author leaned heavily on machismo and how legendary tough this group would become. It got repetitive and didn't feel real given the circumstances of the group. I kept reading the same "met Bethany, was inspired to be a military badass" story for each of the characters. So dull. I doubt I'll read more of this series.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tom McDonald

    Another good story in the series This story is more fantasy than SciFi so far but its apparent that the SciFi angle is developing. Looking forward to the next instalment.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Henriette

    I started reading this series because of the incredibly high reviews and everyone saying how incredibly funny they are. The creative cussing doesn't do much for me funny wise, but sometimes the witty banter had me smiling (especially the comment to Nathan what would happen if he misappropriated her funds). I gathered that in this series 6 books form a story arc and then a new one begins, so I am basically on the second book of the first story arc. Each book is under 300 pages long, but you can s I started reading this series because of the incredibly high reviews and everyone saying how incredibly funny they are. The creative cussing doesn't do much for me funny wise, but sometimes the witty banter had me smiling (especially the comment to Nathan what would happen if he misappropriated her funds). I gathered that in this series 6 books form a story arc and then a new one begins, so I am basically on the second book of the first story arc. Each book is under 300 pages long, but you can still tell a very interesting and complex story in about 1800 pages. The problem is, I'm a third into the first story arc and not awful lot happened. In this particular book Bethany Anne fought with a special ops team against Nosferati, recruited said team, stopped a so-called terrorists attack, whose real backstory we don't find out in this volume, and then meets with the Weres. Other than that she is just starting to build up her operations. What I found strange is that in the beginning she fusses over the price of some pain-killers she bought, but in the rest of the book, she basically buys everything that catches her eyes, from shoes to Blackhawks to houses for a ridiculous amount of money because she doesn't negotiate. Yes, I get that Michael left her a ridiculous amount of money, but even that will eventually run out, if you just go shopping crazy. At least she plans to form a company to research new forms of aircraft technologies, to help repair TOM's ship, while also turning a profit. Since I bought an omnibus I will probably also read the third one, but the series better improve soon.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    And so the story continues and builds! I'm on my second go round of this series just because as it expands and grow thru it's off shoots I'm going back and starting over in hopes to pick up the nuances i missed the first time around. That is how amazing this universe truly is! It's got aliens, vamps, weres, and kick ass humans fighting to make this a better world as they fight evil. I just can't get enough and hope you hope on this journey with me. Please take a few minutes extra and read the aut And so the story continues and builds! I'm on my second go round of this series just because as it expands and grow thru it's off shoots I'm going back and starting over in hopes to pick up the nuances i missed the first time around. That is how amazing this universe truly is! It's got aliens, vamps, weres, and kick ass humans fighting to make this a better world as they fight evil. I just can't get enough and hope you hope on this journey with me. Please take a few minutes extra and read the author notes at the end because in this indie writer universe it's more then worth the time. To Michael....hope your enjoying my promised reviews that I missed the first go around. I sorta bared my soul to you in private messages yesterday but I believe in my heart it was information you personally needed to grow as a person, as a white soul. Lose is a hard thing but know what we know from my experiences I on Y hope it helps. I know you get that no one else needs too. On too book 3 for me! Heather-Tink-Alice many from one!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Peter Trist

    My new Christmas movie in a book So much has been said recently about Die Hard being everyone's Christmas movie, well I am officially nominating 'Queen Bitch' as The Book to read at Christmas, to revisit old friends. This book, the second in the main group of The Kurtherian Gambit series does more in my opinion than the first one to set the stage and lock in the characters that in just over three years has spawned more than twenty (at the time of writing) direct sequels and many many branches and My new Christmas movie in a book So much has been said recently about Die Hard being everyone's Christmas movie, well I am officially nominating 'Queen Bitch' as The Book to read at Christmas, to revisit old friends. This book, the second in the main group of The Kurtherian Gambit series does more in my opinion than the first one to set the stage and lock in the characters that in just over three years has spawned more than twenty (at the time of writing) direct sequels and many many branches and spin-offs that have been the core of my reading since late 2015. If one has to choose a favourite in the series this is most likely it. To Michael and all his other authors and collaborators who have given me so many hundreds of hours of reading enjoyment I say from the bottom of my heart, thank you. To readers who may have just stumbled on this series, dive in, start at book one, branch off, there will be much you find to enjoy in TKG's core and spin-offs.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Ferguson

    This is the second book in the series, and also the second in a row I have read and reviewed. I will not give any plot spoilers but you MUST read book #1 first. In my last review I said how pleased I was to find a fresh take on the vampire / supernatural genre that wasn't a "Twilight" clone or a generic zombie novel. I would liken the style, both compelling story and great writing, to Jonathan Mayberry's "Joe Ledger" books. If you enjoy a good action novel, with a strong story line, in a well-writt This is the second book in the series, and also the second in a row I have read and reviewed. I will not give any plot spoilers but you MUST read book #1 first. In my last review I said how pleased I was to find a fresh take on the vampire / supernatural genre that wasn't a "Twilight" clone or a generic zombie novel. I would liken the style, both compelling story and great writing, to Jonathan Mayberry's "Joe Ledger" books. If you enjoy a good action novel, with a strong story line, in a well-written and slowly emerging overall plot spanning several novels, then this series is a must read. Be aware there is (very) strong language throughout, but used in light-hearted way essential to the story. If you are easily offended then this isn't your day. I listened to the audiobook narrated by Emily Beresford who does a wonderful job of bringing lt all to life.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Donnie Hardin

    This was AWESOME Im not big on details and character depts and all that so ill just say it plainly, the QUEEN BITCH is the baddest bitch on the planet the the best female lead I have ever read. I wasn't sure if this book could live up to the bad assness of the first but what a pleasant surprise it was when the Queen Bitch got even more loveable and twice as badass.This makes my top 20 of all time best books, I estimate I have read between 800 to 1000 books so making top 20 is pretty damn good, m This was AWESOME Im not big on details and character depts and all that so ill just say it plainly, the QUEEN BITCH is the baddest bitch on the planet the the best female lead I have ever read. I wasn't sure if this book could live up to the bad assness of the first but what a pleasant surprise it was when the Queen Bitch got even more loveable and twice as badass.This makes my top 20 of all time best books, I estimate I have read between 800 to 1000 books so making top 20 is pretty damn good, my favorite thing is it is a story that I have never read before, a brand new story for the vampire jaunra. ( yea I know I didn't spell jaunra right but who the hell knows how to spell that word) LMAO

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