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Hell I was counting down the days until it got released. How things have changed, I mused. That body. The last book 5 was just OK, it wasn't great, but it wasn't bad. Romance Readers R That had to be discomfiting in more ways than I could imagine.
If you are a die-hard fan, I'm sure you'll enjoy this book. Otherwise, it's best to stop at book 4. Some great quotes I loved: Aren't they a motherfucker sometimes? View all 13 comments. Jun 12, Ren Puspita marked it as own-unread Shelves: It seems that the cover for the 6th book is out already And guess what, they change the model! I admit I like the previous model, but this one not bad either: Like always, we can't see ALL Bones's face, but no problem: P The release date is August, 30th, so we just wait 3 months to read this.
Good, I really hate waiting so long Just ordered my copy! View all 43 comments. Night Huntress fans, UF fans. Vengeance must be served and Cat is more than willing to dish it out. In his human years, he has brutalized woman and burned them alive.
Beyond death, he still poses a threat to woman as each year, on Halloween, his body becomes physical again. I thought that the action really picked up towards the end of the book, but the beginning was a little lacklustre for me.
I missed the presence of Vlad and Mencheres. Both characters have become crucial members of the Night Huntress gang and I really missed reading about them. While Ian and Tyler get in some really great lines once in awhile, I still felt that something was missing a bit. I loved these moments between Bones and Cat.
Overall, this book was still a solid instalment to the ever-growing series. Favourite Quote: Ian, ever tactful, had another form of hello. View all 22 comments.
Apr 26, Emily May rated it really liked it Shelves: The Night Huntress series is a big guilty pleasure of mine.
I love the characters, the dialogue and each new challenge presented to Cat and Bones in every book. They are not deep stories and there is quite a large emphasis on romance and sex, rather than mysteries, but they're pleasurable and addictive And they're also better than a great deal of the paranormal genre because Jeaniene Frost writes fantastic characters and banter between them.
It's more than just paranormal roma The Night Huntress series is a big guilty pleasure of mine. It's more than just paranormal romance but less than your typical urban fantasy, it's what I will refer to as paranormal chick-lit because it has the same light-hearted, feel-good factor of the best chick lit novels but with an array of colourful and interesting supernatural creatures.
And it is so funny. And sexy. All the characters have well-written personalities that lead to fantastic scenes that you can actually picture being real because Cat, Bones, Vlad, Spade, Ian and whoever else all have very distinct voices - and I love them all for different reasons.
I did miss Vlad in this installment but luckily it seems he's getting his own spin-off series soon, so major YAY! Basically, if you enjoyed the rest of the Night Huntress series, chances are you'll love this one too. Jun 07, Mrs. Badass rated it it was ok Shelves: I own every book Jeaniene Frost has written. I Love Cat and Bones. The first four books in the series are just plain old awesome.
The last book 5 was just OK, it wasn't great, but it wasn't bad. I think I rated it four stars, but more of 3. This latest book--One Grave at a Time, just wasn't that good. I'm sorry to say it, because I really love Ms. Frost, and I don't want to insult her hard work, but I owe it to my blog readers to put aside my personal feelings towards the author, and give my I own every book Jeaniene Frost has written.
Frost, and I don't want to insult her hard work, but I owe it to my blog readers to put aside my personal feelings towards the author, and give my honest opinion about the book that was written. For the rest of the review please visit Badass Book Reviews I don't get this book at all. It was like an outline that needs to be filled in, but for some reason, went to print early without all the necessary parts.
Ian wasn't funny. Bones wasn't sexy Cat wasn't badass Denise and Spade were there Justina didn't have any quips, although she does almost eat someone I sensed a twilight moment there for a second. View all 9 comments. Jun 09, Aestas Book Blog rated it it was amazing. They are the best couple character ever written hands down. Can't wait till August! View all 11 comments. Full review on a later date Aug 13, It's just me Shelly B rated it liked it Shelves: This is going to hurt me to say this but This is the weakest book in this series So onward I march to last book!!!!!!
C This is going to hurt me to say this but I think one of the main reasons this didn't reach 5 stars was because it felt like a novella that had been stretched as much as possible to try and reach a full length novel. There seemed to be tracts of time where not much seemed to be happening and so it lost its pacing and paired with a rather abrupt ending it left me feeling a bit "oh, is that it?
But JF does seem to be building up another more complex story line involving Tate and the team, which I am hoping she will pick up again in the next book. Mencheres and Vlad also weren't present in this book and as much as I love those two characters I didn't mind, this is a Night Huntress book so as long as Cat and Bones were in it I was happy.
However, we did have Spade, Denise and Ian in this, so we saw a different set of secondary characters. I have to say I am looking forward to Ian's book I love his character he his so funny watching him wind up Cat and Justina were some of my favourite bits in the book.
Now, finally, Cat and Bones, they are a solid couple now so all the drama that we saw in the first books in this series has gone, so instead of this we get to see the deepening of their relationship instead, which although I did enjoy and was all "aww" about it, it isn't as exciting as when they first got together and you didn't know if they would stay together and Cat would over come her prejudice etc.
But I still liked seeing them, I kind of feel that the series should come to end soon now that we knoe Cat and Bones are good, as much as I hate seeing a series I love end, I would rather it didn't do a Sookie Stakehouse and keep going till no one care anymore, leave us wanting more!
Jan 30, Dinjolina rated it did not like it. I bought it. I started reading it. I tried. It was not bad. I have seen most of it already. I was in Cat's head. Bones was sexy and cool. They did some stuff. There was a week little plot. Then I just stopped. I did not finish it. Bones is Spike from Buffy,right? Well, I loved Spike! But if I google James Marsters I will realize yet again that his time is up.
He aged. He is no longer Spike. Bones is no longer Bones. He did not age. He just dulled. I feel like I have been married to this character for so long, an I bought it. I feel like I have been married to this character for so long, and I seem to think I am duty bound to love him. I do not. I am just used to him. I am used to Cat. I am used to it all, and there is no thrill.
And you know what? I am still young enough to seek new thrills. So I am breaking it off. I am ending this. There are to be two more books It will just get more painful. Why prolong the inevitable? The relationship between me an these books have ended. It was time.
Sometimes in life breakups are for the best. There are a lot of fans out there that are also tired, but still faithful. Keep your money and keep your time. The books have become only lukewarm. The author does nothing to heat them up.
She is drained, it seems, and it is sad. But we should all go to greener pastures. Also sad, but true. Feb 21, Jeann Happy Indulgence rated it liked it Shelves: Being an avid reader of the first 5 books, it's evident that the series is sadly beginning to lose momentum. It seemed like the author was clutching at straws with the plot to create a completely out-of-the-blue arch enemy that you somehow fail to care about.
What I have loved in all of the previous books, even when Cat and Bones were fighting, was the strong emotions causing through the main character, the fast-paced action, the great side-characters, the witty remarks, and of course the passion Being an avid reader of the first 5 books, it's evident that the series is sadly beginning to lose momentum. What I have loved in all of the previous books, even when Cat and Bones were fighting, was the strong emotions causing through the main character, the fast-paced action, the great side-characters, the witty remarks, and of course the passion and bond between our favourite vampire couple.
It seemed that One Grave at a Time lacked the essential elements that tied the series together, and I just felt like it was a complete stand alone that had bland characters barely reminiscent of the ones from the series. Firstly, the book was incredibly slow and the whole thing revolves around an evil poltergeist called Kramer. When you weren't reading about his terrifying threats and hauntings, you were reading about an annoying ass of a Centre leader Madigan.
So what I felt here was a constant annoyance at whatever character that Frost has felt compelled to include that just gristled at me. Honestly, the previous books had done without the characters just there to make you annoyed and there is absolutely no reason that this one needed to include TWO of these characters.
Secondly, because the entire plot was so focused on this Kramer poltergeist that Cat is so fixated on, it barely left time for anything else. Very limited interaction between other characters actually felt like they were there as a cardboard cut out. Cat and Bones spent most of their time fixated on Kramer. And where the heck was Vlad? Definitely a slight disappointment. Also the whole Cat and Mouse plot has been done so many times before and I don't mind it when it's done well, but when the finale is so anti-climactic you wish you could have done other things, like read all 5 previous books again.
During the showdown, I actually felt all of those unpleasant emotions that I had from reading A Girl with a Dragon Tattoo, disturbing, wrong and just plain unpleasant. All in all it's evident that I'm quite disappointed in this book, and hope that the last few books of the series will live up to the excellent standard that Frost has created for the first 5 books.
Check out Happy Indulgence for more reviews! Bones and Cat are still adjusting to Cat's strange powers and changes, when they suddenly have a new villain - a powerful ghost determined to kill 'witches' every Halloween to boost his own power.
Cat and Bones can't help but battle the fight, especially when it becomes personal and Cat becomes a new target. I'll admit I didn't like Cat much at first, but she's grown on me as she's softened. She's still the same hard-fighting, take no prisoners warrior, but she's not as sarcastically vicious and the boulder on her shoulder has been chipped away. Bones is just fun and gorgeous, no complaints that department.
The series always shown with the side characters, with this one no exception. Sadly we get no Vlad for a change, and he was missed, but we finally get lots of Ian, who is awesome.
Tyler is a fun new character to introduce, probably a one-book deal. Fans get Denise and Slade as well. As always there's some humor and it works to lighten the load of a dark and gritty series. The villain is particularly vicious as he enjoys torturing his victims and burning them to death the bastard , so there is no lightness with what they're fighting against.
The end battle is multi-layered and broken into bits - even Cat doesn't escape unscathed. I like how the author is continuing the ghost angle instead of hopping immediately into other foes - ghosts are underutilized paranormals in this type of series.
There's a few new twists with the old team and plenty left to discover as the series continues. Jan 30, Mariya rated it really liked it Shelves: I think I didn't realize how much I actually missed Cat and Bones until I started reading this book and then my love came back blasting in at full speed. Cat and Bones are back again this time are trying to capture a bad guy who is already dead and the question that arises is how are you suppose to kill someone that is already dead.
I wasn't because the story kept me turning the pages faster than ever. I was so into the story that I couldn't stop. I never wanted to share this with anyone until you. I think each and every character in this series has brought a smile upon my face one time or another. Even though there is not that much Cat and Bones sexy time, we still get a few tender moments between them that I loved.
Also my heart broke for Spade and Denise for what they endured which makes me love their relationship even more and Ian? Oh, sweet sex-fulfilled Ian.
We have more Ian this time around and I have to tell you I love him.
Every time he opened his mouth I couldn't help but put this huge wicked grin on my face. I also have a new favorite character that is somewhat hot for all of our favorite master vamps. You will love this character that brings more humor and giggles to the book. Was this my favorite Night Huntress book? No, but I loved it just as much as the other books. View all 14 comments.
I love the humour… I just love this series!!!! View 2 comments. I missed a lot of things I love about this series. I still hope that other books will better. The only good thing about this one way Ian and Tyler. I felt like a half of the book was about nothing and just repeating the same idea And I have a major crush on Bones. There I said it!
So imagine how excited I was about this. Hell I was counting down the days until it got released. I was wondering if Jeaniene Frost will manage to write a book that will kick ass even so deep into the Night Huntress series. The story was spooky and pretty awesome.
The villain, Kramer, was a very good creation. Cruel and sadistic, he managed to get me angry a lot. Ugh he was annoying. I love Cat and Bones. But I felt that in One Grave at a Time they were strange. It seemed like they were old people being married for 20 years or something. They seemed so used to each other that everything they do together gets synchronized perfectly. But in a book? Ian was awesome! It was a delight seeing him make an appearance. Fingers crossed for a book dedicated to him.
I missed Vlad though. One of the other things I need to pick on is the cover. I get that it had a slightly or whatever important role in the story but Bones had a major one. And now for another episode of useless wondering! Here goes! Why can vampires hear ghosts but when the ghost used a cell phone they only hear white noise? And am I the only one who thinks corn fields are freaky? Seriously, horror movie much? Oh and before I forget. Frost can we get a Night Huntress graphic novel? I need to reread the series.
The voices in my head are demanding it a lot lately. He gave Spade an almost accusatory look. I don't listen to many audiobooks, but I love this series on audio. Great narration. View all 3 comments.
Jun 25, SnoopyDoo's Book Reviews rated it really liked it. They also trying to find a way for her Uncle to pass on all the while trying to catch a ghost t http: Jan 26, Jacqueline's Reads rated it really liked it Shelves: The beginning was a touch too slow, but it picked up towards the middle end.
I found the ghost story line interesting and different. The ghost is a piece of work and Cat works really hard in trying to kill him. I am not looking forward to this. As much as I love Cat and Bones, they are kind of boring and I need a new love storyline. Jul 17, Shay rated it it was amazing Shelves: For those of you who don't know about Heinrich Kramer I suggest you look him up. You can totally hate me later. In this book, Heinrich is a rather sadistic ghost who has kept his reign of female hatred going for centuries.
He has found a way to take a corporeal form on All Hallows Eve to continue his infamous witch hunts. However, Cat and Bones are on the case and stand up to him in a way he can't ignore. I struggled a bit with this book because of how angry I got about the circumstances in it. The book is still amazing. The characters are perfect in their own ways. The plot was ingenious! If you haven't started this series you should. There is a little something for everyone! Feb 04, Natalia rated it it was amazing Shelves: Update 7 June Okay, I really want this to be published already, I keep re-reading the series thinking that by the time I do this will be out, unfortunately I can't time travel to October Just finished, review to come in a couple days.
Mar 12, Beth rated it really liked it. Lots of interesting twist, great character interaction and all around enjoyable read. Loved that some of the characters from other books reappeared and missed some others that didn't make a showing.
Aug 29, Jen Davis rated it really liked it Shelves: I'll be honest. I went into this book fearing the worst.
This book didn't quite measure up to the glory of the early books, but it was better than the last one. It picks up shortly after where the events of This Side of the Grave left off. Cat is still carrying the residual effects of Marie Laveau's blood magic. For someone who had been almost Machiavellian in his ability to manipulate circumstances, his current helplessness had to rankle that much more.
You managed to keep Americans from finding out about the supernatural world despite complications like cell phone video, the Internet, and YouTube.
No, I needed undead blood to survive instead, and I absorbed more than nourishment from it. I also—temporarily—absorbed whatever special abilities the owner of that blood contained. Drinking from a ghoul who just happened to have incredible ties to the grave had made me irresistible to any ghost who happened to be in the same area code as me.
I was still uncomfortable with how my new, unwanted ability meant that ghosts had to obey whatever I commanded. Especially my uncle. How things have changed, I mused.
Bones sank into the chair nearest me. His lean, muscled frame exuded a heady mixture of sexiness and coiled energy even though he sat in a casual sprawl, one bare foot propped against my thigh.
His dark hair was damp from his recent shower, making his short curls cling even tighter to his head. A stray bead of water lazily trailed down his neck toward the hard grooves in his chest, making me moisten my lips at my sudden urge to trace its path with my tongue. Bones would be all too willing to indulge in some afternoon delight. His sex drive was as legendary as his dangerousness, but with two ghosts watching us, my tongue explorations would have to wait until later.
My uncle glowered at him, knowing that both those items in large quantities would repel most ghosts. The longest I wielded borrowed abilities was two months. It had been her blood I was forced to drink. At my grateful smile, he came all the way in. Bless Fabian. True friends came in all forms, even transparent ones. Too formal. Something else was clearly up.
Tate must mean someone else, and there was only person I could think of. I turned to Don. In reality, it was an old military nuclear fallout shelter that had four extensive sublevels underneath its deliberately plain exterior. Still, I was surprised when we had to hover for ten minutes before our chopper was given clearance to land.
It was not like we were dropping in unexpectedly, for crying out loud. I laughed. Okay, not Cooper, and not a joke, either. The flanking guards tightened their grips ever so slightly on their automatic weapons.
I put my wallet back in my pants. That had to be discomfiting in more ways than I could imagine. There used to be two busy offices in this section, but now the only sounds of activity were our steady footfalls on the linoleum floor. When we got in the elevator, I pressed the button for the second sublevel, where the staff offices were located.
Now he stood next to me, the other side of the elevator hazily visible through his profile. Life certainly had some bends in the road that I never would have anticipated. The wryness in his tone made me laugh. The elevator stopped, and we got out. Someone with a heartbeat was in there with him. He had graying hair cut in the same high-and-tight style Tate favored, but something about his bearing suggested his hair was the only military influence he had.
The arrogance in his stare once he recovered from his surprise made me mentally reclassify him from civilian to government desk jockey.