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Bite This PDF, ePub eBook You take out one annoying vampire in revenge, and now you have to clean up the mess? What a pain in the ... something. Bethany Anne and crew are back! They need to grab a ship, figure out who is trying to dig into her businesses, get their hands around the potential for creating an A.I. and the ongoing mess with Anton and South America. One of these days, she will get a You take out one annoying vampire in revenge, and now you have to clean up the mess? What a pain in the ... something. Bethany Anne and crew are back! They need to grab a ship, figure out who is trying to dig into her businesses, get their hands around the potential for creating an A.I. and the ongoing mess with Anton and South America. One of these days, she will get a break. Fortunately for us, it wasn't today. Got an attitude? That's nice. Just don't show it around Bethany Anne. When she slaps a face off, the whole head goes with it. Bite This, The Kurtherian Gambit 04 follows the story after Love Lost. If you haven't read the preceding books YOU PRETTY MUCH HAVE TO. These are a series and many of the characters have been introduced in preceding volumes. **Please note, as mentioned in another review, there is flagrantly foul language in this novel. The main character does not have a problem with cussing, just uninspired cussing. 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 Never Forsaken - The Kurtherian Gambit 05 (Early Jan 2016) Under My Heel - The Kurtherian Gambit 06 (Jan/Feb 2016) Kneel or Die - The Kurtherian Gambit 07 (Feb/Mar 2016)

30 review for Bite This

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lex Kent

    3 1/2 Stars. The beginning was a little slower than normal. The last 1/3 really picked up and was exciting and fun. This mainstream series is still very addicting, and recommended for paranormal fans.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jane Shambler

    Still loving it Maybe it's me, I dunno. But this one felt a little more laid back know. All I can say is Thank God. I don't think I could finish the series at this rate. In this book you watch the team pull together to become a company. To the outside world they wanted to appear normal. You know nothing happening here move on kind of thing. They have computer technology, ships, helicopters and protected SUV'S. They are even looking for a military base to purchase. Err did I mention the spacecraft? Still loving it Maybe it's me, I dunno. But this one felt a little more laid back know. All I can say is Thank God. I don't think I could finish the series at this rate. In this book you watch the team pull together to become a company. To the outside world they wanted to appear normal. You know nothing happening here move on kind of thing. They have computer technology, ships, helicopters and protected SUV'S. They are even looking for a military base to purchase. Err did I mention the spacecraft? Oops! My bad! Guess what?.....They have a spacecraft. Stephen is sorting Europe and BA and the TQB are sorting South America. But it now seems they have a reporter stalking them. Someone should tell her.... don't do that. Did I tell you about the dog that joined BA ripping the throats out. Yeah he came from no where. And he got hurt. Thank God we have two vamps now. Yep he lived. So still plenty of action. But this book let you breathe. It kept the adrenaline pumping just a little more sedateley. The cussing is as inventive and colourful as ever. Enjoy!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tracy T.

    I cant get enough of this series. It is such a great fun fast paced series! (audible review) So much action, butt kicking and boy does Bethany Anne have a way with words. So much fantastic dialogue throughout the entire book. These stories are pure entertainment. I love listening to the narrator's and author's commentary/notes at the end of the story. As for the narration, it is great! Emily Beresford does such a great job narrating. The men sound like men, everyone get's their own distinct voic I cant get enough of this series. It is such a great fun fast paced series! (audible review) So much action, butt kicking and boy does Bethany Anne have a way with words. So much fantastic dialogue throughout the entire book. These stories are pure entertainment. I love listening to the narrator's and author's commentary/notes at the end of the story. As for the narration, it is great! Emily Beresford does such a great job narrating. The men sound like men, everyone get's their own distinct voice she reads with emotion and her end comments at the end of the book are very entertaining, She really does like reading this series. This is a must listen series!!!!!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

    Fun action series. No pretense of being fine lit. The author discusses his work to churn these out quickly in his book notes. Although I mark down for cliff hangers - these are not as annoying as most although each book does not end. It always feels like putting something down mid-chapter and a bit of a surprise when you see his end notation.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jay Collins

    Sadly this one is not a 3 star but 2.5 to 2.75. If you like the other books I am sure you will like this one as well. I am currently on book 5 and I am still finding this series just okay but it is still holding my attention some what. 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 Stars

  6. 4 out of 5

    Timelord Iain

    Still enjoyable these straight-forward "action movie books" where everything is a bit too easy, and there's some annoying repetitious elements... I just can't put them down... I want to see the team make it to space and maybe encounter a threat they can't roll over so easily...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Suz

    3+ stars I'm enjoying this, but the endings are getting sloppy, like they know it's going to pick up right where it ends and relatively quickly so why close it up? But it's fun stuff.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    About nothing All the mostly male characters live in a self congratulatory white middle aged world. Class and educational boundaries don't exist but military background required. No one not meeting those qualifications exist in this story, Except for women who are more attractive, worldly and/accomplished than these men, yet are thrilled at the prospect of getting involved with these guys. I've known women with that kind of low self-esteem in real life and it's not pretty and they're never happy. About nothing All the mostly male characters live in a self congratulatory white middle aged world. Class and educational boundaries don't exist but military background required. No one not meeting those qualifications exist in this story, Except for women who are more attractive, worldly and/accomplished than these men, yet are thrilled at the prospect of getting involved with these guys. I've known women with that kind of low self-esteem in real life and it's not pretty and they're never happy. Any other woman has to be unattractive, ex-military and know her way around a fifty caliber machine gun. All the women except for any machine gun Sallies, must spend mandatory clothes shopping hours weekly. A girl (woman, my friend) has got to look her best for her overweight, socially stunted, poorly educated, plain poor, middle aged potential boyfriend. The writer lives in a sad world. The plot is hard to find, though I'm sure it's somewhere. There is real emotion and introspection, just not in this story. For a plot twist in a future volume, it would be wild if any of them were to meet a black, Hispanic or Asian american. Of course it would be difficult finding one in Florida or any of the fifty states, really. Just throwing out ideas to the author. There are some pages that almost seem like character development, which peter out. I can't figure the author out, it's as if he had a clue for a moment but got too scared to follow through.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mohammed Malik

    Very addictive reading I haven't reviewed a book in a long time now, simply because of the fact that I have become very lazy. I am probably a authors nightmare, a reader who will thoroughly enjoy every book in a series written by the same author but never giving the writer the credit that is due to him or her. After reading the blog written by Mike on this novel, I ended up feeling rather guilty for what I can only describe as "taking the liberty" of enjoying another slice of this very yummy cake Very addictive reading I haven't reviewed a book in a long time now, simply because of the fact that I have become very lazy. I am probably a authors nightmare, a reader who will thoroughly enjoy every book in a series written by the same author but never giving the writer the credit that is due to him or her. After reading the blog written by Mike on this novel, I ended up feeling rather guilty for what I can only describe as "taking the liberty" of enjoying another slice of this very yummy cake but, not having the good manners to say thank you. Mike, do accept my apologies and let me tell you that I have devoured the first four novels in the Queen Bitch series. I have found them to be well written and entertaining enough to keep me reading well into the night. You have me an avid fan of your work and will be reading all the instalments of this series before going on to read your other works.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Wren

    Well, I tried...but the two color brush stroke that seems to comprise every book of this series, finally just wore me right down to my eyeballs. I only managed to read about 20%. Somewhere around 15% (yeah, I read on a Kindle), it started on this looong, quasi-military planning thing and I was in a coma before you could say "McArthur". It went on and on... with the lack of character development, relationship building and even good dialogue, there's just not much keeping me. Still, it seems like Well, I tried...but the two color brush stroke that seems to comprise every book of this series, finally just wore me right down to my eyeballs. I only managed to read about 20%. Somewhere around 15% (yeah, I read on a Kindle), it started on this looong, quasi-military planning thing and I was in a coma before you could say "McArthur". It went on and on... with the lack of character development, relationship building and even good dialogue, there's just not much keeping me. Still, it seems like there's a definite fan base out there...I'm just not one of them.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Aleea J. Brewer

    Series is getting better TQB is growing her support staff and my enjoyment of her mission. So looking forward to the next installment. The author's notes after the book are great. I do hope he keeps those notes after each book. Now, on to #5.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Trish R.

    Awesomeness.. Wow, wow, wow! I absolutely love this series. Bethany Anne is so incredible. So powerful yet so down to earth. She kills anyone who mistreats humans so that’s a point in her favor. And I love her two best friends Ecaterina and Gabrielle. Laughed like crazy when she went a little nutty before and during the last battle. I thought that was great, because TOM told her she had her period AND Gabrielle would be next. You’ll have to read the story to find out why these two vampires are ge Awesomeness.. Wow, wow, wow! I absolutely love this series. Bethany Anne is so incredible. So powerful yet so down to earth. She kills anyone who mistreats humans so that’s a point in her favor. And I love her two best friends Ecaterina and Gabrielle. Laughed like crazy when she went a little nutty before and during the last battle. I thought that was great, because TOM told her she had her period AND Gabrielle would be next. You’ll have to read the story to find out why these two vampires are getting their periods and can now have children. I also like that a dog showed up during the battle and killed one of the enemy and stayed by Bethany Anne’s side while she continued to fight. I also like the unbelievable change in Pete’s attitude since he’s been with Bethany Anne and her soldiers. I really did not like him in the first book and I was hoping Bethany Anne would just kill him. BUT she had her men take Pete under their wings and now I adore him. It was pretty much straighten up or die. And I loved Stephen and Ivan at the bar. Stephen had an awesome way to pick up chicks. Overall, this is such a great, great series. The first book was just OK for me and I wasn’t going to move on but I listened to my daughter and read the second one, Queen Bitch, and they’ve gotten better with each book. And I do like that the go to different countries with different characters: Costa Rica for the battle, Las Vegas to check on men building an AI, somewhere near Nassau on the two yachts of Bethany Anne’s, Washington DC with Lance and Frank taking care of political business, Germany with Stephan and Ivan then back to Romania, and wherever I missed mentioning. As I always say there’s no sex but you don’t need it when a series is this good. As to the narration: Most female narrators have one male voice and that’s all. And I’m good with that. As long as a man sounds like a man everything is fine by me. BUT Emily Beresford gives every man and woman their own special voice, with Romanian accents or German accents, it doesn’t matter. She just does a phenomenal job on these books.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Per Gunnar

    I really like this book series. It is fast, fun and action filled reading. The story of the ass kicking vampire and her team of bad assess continues. As usual it is a fast paced book with lots of action. Having said that the main story arc advances but not as fast as one would believe. For me this is a good thing. Even though there are lots of things happening it does not feel rushed. The science fiction part of the story is still not taking up a huge amount although it is slowly creeping into the I really like this book series. It is fast, fun and action filled reading. The story of the ass kicking vampire and her team of bad assess continues. As usual it is a fast paced book with lots of action. Having said that the main story arc advances but not as fast as one would believe. For me this is a good thing. Even though there are lots of things happening it does not feel rushed. The science fiction part of the story is still not taking up a huge amount although it is slowly creeping into the books. This is another thing that I like together with the fact that, even though other people are now getting the “treatment”, Bethany Anne still is the dominating big, bad and intimidating bad ass vampire chick. Bethany Anne is, well, Bethany Anne. Bad language? Only if you are (over)easily offended. Fun language? Hell yes! I think this book is the one of the books I have read so far where most of the threads were left open at the end. There is really not much of a conclusion to anything. Actually it does even end in a bit of a cliffhanger. Normally that would annoy me and I guess it actually does a bit but I cannot say that it diminished my enjoyment of this book. Maybe that is because the next one is already published so I know I can pick it up when I want. Well, the bottom line is that I truly enjoyed this book (as I have with the previous books in the series). If you are already a fan of the series this one will not disappoint.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    I absolutely love this series! This is book 4 and I’m barely into the overall story arc. Each book includes growth of the size of Bethany Anne’s companies and team members, coverage of the intelligence side, the battle side, the different relationships going on, the expansion of her knowledge of what she and others can and should do, what is happening in America, Europe, and on the boats, etc. Each book has at least one major antagonist character that is confronted and battled which leads toward I absolutely love this series! This is book 4 and I’m barely into the overall story arc. Each book includes growth of the size of Bethany Anne’s companies and team members, coverage of the intelligence side, the battle side, the different relationships going on, the expansion of her knowledge of what she and others can and should do, what is happening in America, Europe, and on the boats, etc. Each book has at least one major antagonist character that is confronted and battled which leads toward a major character they are searching for. In this book we learn more about Michael’s disappearance. There is just so much happening but not so much as to throw you out of the story with overload. I don’t recommend reading this book before the first three. You would be lost. I have been reading these books through Kindle Unlimited but am slowly buying them in ebook format to permanently add them to my library. They’re that good!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Ferguson

    I'm listening to the audibook version read by Emily Beresford (who is excellent btw - if there are other versions available make sure you get this on) and at the end of Book #3 the author said something that stuck with me. He said his work couldn't be described as "great literature", but he just wanted to write a good story. The speed at which he can write these books is astonishing, and it would be easy to assume they of are low quality. Nothing could be further from the truth. This was a fast n I'm listening to the audibook version read by Emily Beresford (who is excellent btw - if there are other versions available make sure you get this on) and at the end of Book #3 the author said something that stuck with me. He said his work couldn't be described as "great literature", but he just wanted to write a good story. The speed at which he can write these books is astonishing, and it would be easy to assume they of are low quality. Nothing could be further from the truth. This was a fast non-stop action story, expertly written, and the whole series so far has been totally compelling. I have spent the last few days lustening to books 1 to 4 whenever possible and look forward to the next books,

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sheila Crawshaw

    Aliens, military and vampires! This is the 4th Kurtherian book but my first written review. I enjoyed all four books tremendously and kept waiting to see if I was going to be let down eventually, but NO, I definitely haven't been. Reading Michael Anderle*s after pages where he says he's writes for fun and entertainment not for literary purposes, my words, I have to agree he has truly achieved some wonderful stories! You find a little romance thrown in, a new alien presence, lots of blood and guts Aliens, military and vampires! This is the 4th Kurtherian book but my first written review. I enjoyed all four books tremendously and kept waiting to see if I was going to be let down eventually, but NO, I definitely haven't been. Reading Michael Anderle*s after pages where he says he's writes for fun and entertainment not for literary purposes, my words, I have to agree he has truly achieved some wonderful stories! You find a little romance thrown in, a new alien presence, lots of blood and guts, paranormal citizens, geeky stuff , strong characters fighting for right and lots of fun and laughter. Thank you Michael Anderle, now I'm off to read number five .

  17. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Can't get enough of this series.... I hope you will join me in following the adventures of Bethany Anne and friends as the story continues and expands! This is my second time to read the stories. As you explore and learn more of what is happening and that the Kurtherian universe continues to expand I'm finding rereading helps me pick up things I couldn't understand or quiet string together the first time thru. Thank you again Michael for the many hours of enjoyment I'm getting from your wonderful Can't get enough of this series.... I hope you will join me in following the adventures of Bethany Anne and friends as the story continues and expands! This is my second time to read the stories. As you explore and learn more of what is happening and that the Kurtherian universe continues to expand I'm finding rereading helps me pick up things I couldn't understand or quiet string together the first time thru. Thank you again Michael for the many hours of enjoyment I'm getting from your wonderful book. And thanks for totally believing and getting our discussions on fb messenger the last few day!

  18. 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.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jim Guldner

    I'm sincerely enjoying this series Fast paced, quick and interesting read. I've completed 3 books in 3 days, and i'm looking forward to more over the weekend coming up. I like the characters, the swearing, the different attributes of the various ages, the computer and military references, and now the hint of finding out how Michael's children have set him up for a permanent fall. It will be fun to follow this story through, and then go see the direction the future will take as Bethany Anne and Mic I'm sincerely enjoying this series Fast paced, quick and interesting read. I've completed 3 books in 3 days, and i'm looking forward to more over the weekend coming up. I like the characters, the swearing, the different attributes of the various ages, the computer and military references, and now the hint of finding out how Michael's children have set him up for a permanent fall. It will be fun to follow this story through, and then go see the direction the future will take as Bethany Anne and Michael meet. Ready to go, even if my sleep will be at risk for a while tonight.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shakib

    A damn fun read This is a no holds barred fun romp through action adventure horror sci-fi. Basically the author writes about all the things that he finds interesting and that’s just fine with me. Perfect for when you need a break from more serious fiction. Being an indie author he didn’t have proper use of an editor but boy I wish he had because just changing a few of the things would catapult this book from just a fun read to a seriously good book. Be that as it may, I am loving this series and A damn fun read This is a no holds barred fun romp through action adventure horror sci-fi. Basically the author writes about all the things that he finds interesting and that’s just fine with me. Perfect for when you need a break from more serious fiction. Being an indie author he didn’t have proper use of an editor but boy I wish he had because just changing a few of the things would catapult this book from just a fun read to a seriously good book. Be that as it may, I am loving this series and am devouring the books 1 by 1.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Gracie Love

    The Further I Go, The Better It Gets!! I have really come to love these books! (Thank you Mr. Anderle, and Randy for suggesting I read it) The more I get to know these characters the more I want to know about them. The gazillion tangents that the QBs have to face are fascinating and the story is so fast paced there is no time to get bored. I'm looking forward to the many more books in the series, and I encourage anyone that loves a good story to get their copies now.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Curly's Ramblings

    Audiobook review: Bethany Anne and her elite crew find themselves battling a couple of different fronts all while trying to recover a 1000 year old ship. Plenty of fight scenes, creative swearing, and humor to go around. This story is non-stop action. The narrator did a great job providing individual voices for each of the characters. Great series that should be started with book 1. No recapping of previous issues presented (awesome!).

  23. 4 out of 5

    BookwormMomma7

    Bite This Another ladder in the Bethany Ann saga rung and things are coming together rather well, some issues are dealt with and new ones pop up but you can see segway as we reach for the stars. A couple of possibilities are introduced which makes stop and think, can’t wait to see what happens. Loved to see Stephen’s interaction in this book and Gabrielle’s grow. On to book 5!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Denise Whelan

    Absolutely Love Michael Anderle is just a fantastic talent. I look forward to reading each book, to find out what happens next. Poor Bethany Anne, she got back her monthly, she'll survive! I can't wait to read the next book, and hope Bethany Anne finds Michael, and kills the people who have him.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Meadows

    Sci fi with paranormal fantasy A lot of precise details are included in this installment of the Kutherian Gambit. More computer science meets artificial intelligence, plus Weres, Vampires, Nosferatu and an alien. I'd like to see Bethany Anne get more action fighting bad guys. On to book five.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Timothy P. Fleming

    Meanwhile, back at the dock of the bay We were enjoying the different threads of the story continue to unfold. What is T.O.M. Going to do when Adam wakes up. Who is going to be the next couple to get together? How is Anton going to pay for the plot against his father? Can't wait to find out.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Denise

    Loving all of your characters Love all of the characters and the attitudes. I can not get enough of them. I think you are doing great with the way you are writing. You relay all the feelings of the people in the books. I love the new twist you put on Bethany and Gabriella. I think you are kick butt with these stories and can not wait to read all of you books.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    This just takes no prisoners Just loving the fast pace of these books as each books just up the Anty. BA is just am amazing character and the military usage for battles, acronyms is very well done. This does mind me of certain other elite soldier dynamics but the humanity behind BA works so well that im impressed wirh how this all progresses. All I can say is onward to Book 5

  29. 4 out of 5

    David Rooney

    This was a fun read. Finished it yesterday and thought I would read another fantasy before going back to the Kurtherian books. Book 5 is next, the whole series and spin off should keep me reading for quite a while. Over all I have read about 10 books either in the series itself or related to it and they are all fun reads.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Cami

    A very entertaining read with a unique style of writing. It's all very matter-of-fact and sometimes seems like someone is reporting what has happened, or is happening. The sheer number of characters is overwhelming and somewhat difficult to keep track of, but the story is interesting and makes me want to keep reading more.

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