Book of the day .. The Lunatic Cafe – An Anita Blake; Vampire Hunter novel by Laurell K. Hamilton

After reading 10 books from the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich, I have decided that I am in desperate need of blood, gore, sex and skin ripping slayings.

The Lunatic Cafe is the fourth book of the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series by Laurell K. Hamilton.  I LOVE LOVE LOVE this series.  Being stuck and pressed between two sexy men, lingering monsters and scream rippling homicide scenes, Anita falls into an investigation that will threaten her soul and moral lines.  Oh ya, baby!

I do NOT recommend this series to children or immature adults.  There are totally rockin’ awesome scenes of extreme violence and amazing blood splashed slayings.  As the books progress, they become more centered on paranormal relationships, sexual tangos (to say the least!) and heart wrenching murders.  Yay for entrails decorations!

I’m always willing to try new authors!  If you have an author or book that you’d like for me to read, please let me know.  Life is creeping slowly but surely back to normal, so I’m hoping I can swing back into my book a day routine.

I’d like to rip through the Anita Blake series and then move onto something new.  I have the J.D. Robb “In Death” series that I started awhile back.  I suppose I could pick that back up again, but I’m more interested in something a little more gory and drowning with playgrounds unacceptable by society or hell… normal people in general.  ha!  I suppose time will tell!

Back cover:

You get two preternatural experts in one with Anita Blake, animator and vampire slayer.  She’s on of the good guys in a world full of bad things.  A world that Laurell K. Hamilton makes spin in her New York times bestselling novels.  Now, Anita has fallen for the leader of a local pack of werewolves.  She’s survived a lot, but this love thing may kill her yet…

“Was it too much to ask for someone who was human?

Hell, I knew a lot of women in my age bracket that couldn’t get a date at all.  I’d been one of them until Richard.  All right, Jean-Claude would have taken me out, but I was avoiding him.  I couldn’t imagine dating Jean-Claude as if he were an orginary guy.  I could imagine having sex with him, but not dating…”

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