Can you hear me groan? Kim Harrison is a great world builder, who creates fascinating characters and puts them in a realm where humans and Inderlanders live together, not always in harmony. Unfortunately, the title of the next book is A Few Demons More. The hero is a woman, which I think is cool but the idea of her dating this person and when the boyfriend leaves she starts dating a different guy just to go and possibly rescue the first boyfriend, who she gave up on, and starts having feelings for him again. He was at the beginning and the very end, but through the meat of the book he was just mentioned a lot because they seemed to be using all his stuff. She's still a strong, savy, wonderful character with real depth, and an awesome first person voice.
No lo recomiendo, pero se puede. From lovable characters that you can't get enough of even the ones that are suppose to be bad , to the sometimes non stop action, danger, mystery, and a hot romance that doesn't overwhelm the story to the humor that fills the pages and adds that lighter touch when needed,this really is a series that is worth the time to read and enjoy. Rachel, Jenks, and Ivy will have to quickly develop a plan that keeps everyone safe while maintaining the balance of power. To view it, This book has quite a few noticeable errors in it and that is slightly annoying since they are just careless proof reading errors that should have been picked up. Nick can climb up the highest tree for all I care! It's obvious Nick has so much love for Rachel that he's blind to what he's doing. I love every book in this series. I like Rachel with Kisten, at least I did until the end of this book.
Rachel Morgan, witch and 'runner,' manages to get Jenks the pixy to return to the team so that they can try to extricate his son, Jax from a difficult situation. It is difficult to write a proper review about A Fistful of Charms without spoiling it, but I am dong my best! Now Rachel finally gets her chance to mend things with him when his wife, Matalina, asks for her help. Some of the scenes, descriptions, and conversations just seemed to drag on for forever I just found the book to be boring except for a few funny scenes with Jenks. Rachel is screwed up and a bundle of overactive hormones. But I love big Jenks. It's too bad because the author has given some creative twists to the typical paranormal fare.
This is an 18 and over blog! Letting the werewolves have the relic would mean a war between the vampires and the werewolves, so Rachel needs to come up with a plan to make both the relic and Nick disappear. There's some great humor and action and magic that's woven into a book I had a hard time putting down. And honestly, Rachel is kind of a hypocrite. There's no rest for the wicked, even when the taint on your soul isn't your fault. This is maybe true for the first few books, but by now I am sort of fed up with it. Unfortunately Ms Harrison's work continues to suffer from inexcusably poor editing that can take you instantly out of the book wondering what the hell happened. I still have 3 more books to go through, but I've started skimming through this one just too get through it.
She still does the same thing. The magic is believable and layered, the vampire culture is twisted and unique, and the battles have raged for centuries between supe groups. Hamilton, Charlaine Harris and Kelly Armstrong are going to love A Fistful of Charms. Are you that desperate Rachel? Lets not even start on all the yelling. This novel takes a step back in terms of writing quality and plot intricacy. This book has cemented another storyline and I love how this series just keeps getting more and more complicated without buffling you but it takes one problem at a time and solves it slowly.
And umm, hello hot big Jenks! It was a slow read for me with the action being spaced out a little too far. Book four summary; The evil night things that prowl Cincinnati despise witch and bounty hunter Rachel Morgan. This minor criticism aside, I find these stories consistent, imaginative, absorbing compelling and addictive. Finally, it seems as if Rachel will have some quiet time, and that she will be happy for once. Basic plot of A Fistful of Charms: Rachel discovers that her old boyfriend Nick, who disappeared at the end of the second book I think; I don't remember exactly has taken off to Michigan and gotten into a lot of trouble after stealing a priceless werewolf artifact, taking Jenks's son Jax with him. Las conclusiones de Rachel parecen escritas a las apuradas y con escaso fundamento que las sostenga.
I had a few complaints with this book, the most central being that Harrison is playing the lesbian erotica card, even while denying she is denying her main character's potential bisexuality. All in all, a great body of work so far with a wonderful cast of characters in an a fascinating universe. The way she develops characters over time is subtle and masterful. Which is nothing against the fans; I'm kind of jealous, in fact. I'm a pretty smart girl, but I didn't get it.
I was half dead, Ivy was whoring herself to keep me safe, but Jenks was okay as long as he had chocolate. The only downside of the book was that at 510 pages it was just too long. Rachel finds out that her former pixy partner, Jenks, has a son, Jax, who is lost somewhere up north. Ceri helps her with her magic, and both Rachel and Ceri always has an excuse handy to feel better about using demon magic rather than completely white magic. This is a road trip book, taking Rachel witch , and eventually Ivy living vampire , out of town with a newly reconciled Jencks pixie to chase after Nick human the ex boyfriend and thief, a potentially powerful artifact, and a lot of werewolves. And honestly, though Rachel is more leery of demons because of her past trouble with them, she still makes deals with them.
His elfish butt better be in the 5th book! Although it is the best installment to date, the first bit of the book is, I reluctantly write, somewhat tedious. It somehow is able to keep me just barely interested enough to carry on, but there are a lot of things that confuse me and bother me about this series and try as I might, I don't think I'll ever understand why so many people love this series so much. This book went back to the struggle that the first two seemed to have, which is following plot. Her ex-boyfriend, Nick, has stolen a priceless Were artefact, and, as tempting as it may be to let the Weres him apart, Rachel feels obliged to attempt a rescue. And there are those who covet what Nick possesses—savage beasts willing to destroy the Hollows and everyone in it if necessary. Kisten seems ok, but I'm sure he'll show his ass soon.