This book literally snuck up on me. I don't know what I was waiting for but I blinked one day and there was the book on amazon. I'm being quite frugal this month. Theirs another book I wanted to buy but it was the first in a series and $7.99 ... Even though that's the normal price for a Kindle book, I usually stay away from full price Kindle books when it's the first in a series from an author I don't know ... But this book was $2.99 so I snatched it up in a hurry. Plus, I'd rather buy this anyway since I'm a big Janet Begay fan.
Janet Begay is a badass. Each book, she just gets more badass than the last. This book focuses on Ansel, the Nightwalker (Vampire) that is living in the basement of her hotel. Janet and Mick discover that he had to do with the disappearance, or possible death, of a woman. Later, they find that it has to do with a mystical pot that basically could turn a badass like Janet (or any other badass for that matter) into a near indestructible badass. And let me tell you ... It's legit. It seems as though each major supernatural wants this thing for whatever reason. A vamp is after it, mage's, dragons (for a reason unknown), the Gods, and even Janet's sister. What I didn't count on was the effect the pot had on really good people ... Even Janet had to fight the thing off, but not before it gave her a tiny boost.
Nash Jones reappears in this book to be his usual dry, but very useful self. I was pleased that Maya wasn't around cause she bugs the dog shit out of me and Mick is still just as sexy as ever. I have absolutely no freaking complaints about this book EXCEPT the ending. It just seem like it came down from this incredible high and crashed. It literally went from a 10, that was this really beautiful battle involving lots of people that Allyson James is so good at, to a 1 where I was like '...... that's it?' Although the ending chapped my hide, it didn't take away from anything else wonderful the book had to offer ... And that was everything.
Janet is a badass.
IR all over except their are no AA. I think I may ask her about that.