Micah is a short book that is double spaced, so it only took a few hours to read. I have errands to run soon, so I probably won’t start Danse Macabre until this evening.
I’m really looking forward to this book. It is dramatic, for more so than most of the other books.
“It was the middle of November. I was supposed to be out jogging, but instead I was sitting at my breakfast table talking about men, sex, werewolves, vampires and that thing that most unmarried but sexually active women fear most…”
Anita Blake needs to be concentrating ona dangerous situation: the ardeur-the sexual power that flows between Anita and Jean-Claude, Master Vampire of the City; and Richard, the volatile werewolf who loves her passionately-is reaching new levels. The unexpected effect of this is that Jean-Claude’s own power as a master vampire has grown-and Richard, never predictable, is changing, too.
But as the days pass, Anita’s less interested in vampire politics than in an ancient, ordinary dread she shares with women down the ages: she may be pregnant. And, if she is, whether the father is a vampire, a werewolf, or someone else entirely, she knows perfectly well that being a federal marshal known for raising the dead and executing vampires is no way to bring up a baby…