Enforcer for Leo Pellissier, Master of the City, Jane Yellowrock
hates vampire politics, but she can't get away from them.
The European Vampires want what Leo has, and they won't be
nearly as diplomatic or reasonable. But they're devious, ruthless,
and they'll do anything to get what they want. And now that
Jane has a family she's brought together, she is about to
discover how much she has to lose, and how far she'll go to
protect the life she's made. As always, I enjoy this strong,
multi-dimensional female character. She's far from perfect,
but she's so wonderfully human. With plenty of action and
so much at stake, this is a book whose pages almost turn themselves.
had any complaint about the series, it would be the ineptitude
of the "good" vampires in this installment of the
series. Shouldn't a "Master of the City" be able
to protect his own home and his own people at least a little
bit? Even with some bad apples in the ranks, it seemed as
if Leo should have been better at taking care of himself and
his people if he deserves the title he holds. But it's a minor
quibble and certainly didn't keep me from loving the book.
Now if I could just get myself a werewolf. They seem to be
of other titles in the series