Monday, October 21, 2013

Review: At Grave's End by Jeaniene Frost

Title: At Grave's End
Author: Jeaniene Frost
Series: Night Huntress series book 3
Genre: Urban fantasy (Vampires, Ghosts, Ghouls), Romance

Cat's job isn't really going that well. Being popular is having a toll on her work, everybody recognizes her even with her disguises. This proves to be quite dangerous for her and harder for her to actually finish the job without any casualties. 

Cat's father, Max, also, adds up to the problem. He still hasn't manage to get over his hate for Cat. On the other hand, another problem is brewing up, this time in the side of Bones. An old affair is coming back to hunt them and kill them. Both Cat and Bones will need all the help they could get in order to solve or kill this next problem.

This is the best book yet!!!! I love how funny and cute Bones is. I love his bantering with Justina, Cat's mom. The great thing about this book is that it exceeded my expectations.
I never imagined all my favorite things to happen to be compacted in one book, all the torturing and morbid stuff that happened to both the hero and heroine. The only sad part here is that, Cat never seems to be in great danger at all. Ya, you could get tortured and all but that doesn't mean she will have much of a break down or anything. It's pretty obvious that she is quite tough and she will be freaking ok for the next few minutes after ingesting vamp blood. Sometimes, everything is just too easy.

The only weird part in this book is that they are starting to show super powers and witchcraft. The super power thing are just plain weird. Bad add up from the author? The witchcraft is not that good as well because the author's main focus is on vamps. She isn't really hinting on other creatures like werewolves or witches.

However, no matter how weird it is, this series is just great! A total recommended series.

Every freaking guy here is just so cute and hot, like Vlad and Ian. It's so hard to choose!!!!

PS: I just got this from my Goodreads account so this is my very first review and impression of the book.

Rating: 6/5

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