Released: 1 January, 2009
Series: Night Huntress #3
At Grave’s End is one of the highlights of this series, it has heart rending moments leaving you in a puddle of tears and some humourous parts that will keep you smiling. ~ Under the Covers
Cat aka the Red Reaper keeps being spotted, no matter what colour she dyes her hair or contact lenses she wears, the undead world keep seeing past her disguises. And one vampire in particular seems to want Cat and her undead lover Bones dead, and they are willing to employ dark magics to do it.
Another fantastic installment in the Night Huntress series, can Jeaniene Frost do no wrong? At Grave’s End is one of the highlights of this series, it has heart rending moments leaving you in a puddle of tears and some humourous parts that will keep you smiling.
As usual it is packed full of action and an interesting story line that lets you see in to past of some of the different characters, but what I am really interested in is the relationship between Cat and Bones. They are a passionate, volatile but head over heels in love couple and together they create enough romantic conflict to keep their relationship interesting.
Love this series, if you haven’t started it, I highly recommend you give it a go!
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