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Cerulean Sins By Laurell K. Hamilton Cerulean Sins Cerulean Sins the eleventh entry in the hugely popular Anita Blake series finds everyone s favorite vampire hunter keeping house and kicking butt Anita Blake is trying to get her life back to normal

  • Title: Cerulean Sins
  • Author: Laurell K. Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9780515136814
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Cerulean Sins By Laurell K. Hamilton Cerulean Sins, the eleventh entry in the hugely popular Anita Blake series, finds everyone s favorite vampire hunter keeping house and kicking butt.Anita Blake is trying to get her life back to normal after a break up with her werewolf lover She has settled into a pattern of domesticity, which means that the new man in her life, the leopard shapeshifter Micah, has no prCerulean Sins, the eleventh entry in the hugely popular Anita Blake series, finds everyone s favorite vampire hunter keeping house and kicking butt.Anita Blake is trying to get her life back to normal after a break up with her werewolf lover She has settled into a pattern of domesticity, which means that the new man in her life, the leopard shapeshifter Micah, has no problem sharing her with Jean Claude, Master Vampire of the City Things are as peaceful as they ever get for someone who raises the dead, when Jean Claude receives an unexpected and unwelcome visitor Musette, the very beautiful, very twisted representative of the European Council of Vampires Anita soon finds herself caught up in a dangerous game of vampire power politics.To add to her troubles, she is asked to consult on a series of brutal killings, which seem to be the work of something un human The investigation leads her to Cerulean Sins, a vampire run establishment that deals in erotic videos, videos that cater to very specific tastes Anita knows one creature of the night who has such interests Jean Claude s visitor But if Anita brings Musette down, the repercussions could cost her everything she holds dear.Once a sworn enemy of all monsters, Anita is now the human consort of both Master Vampire Jean Claude and leopard shapeshifter Micah When a centuries old vampire hits St Louis, Anita finds herself needing all the dark forces her passio
    Cerulean Sins By Laurell K. Hamilton

    Cerulean Sins Cerulean Sins Laurell K Hamilton Cerulean Sins, the eleventh entry in the hugely popular Anita Blake series, finds everyone s favorite vampire hunter keeping house and kicking butt Anita Blake is trying to get her life back to normal after a break up with her werewolf lover. Cerulean Sins by Laurell K Hamilton Cerulean Sins is the eleventh book in the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Series In this episode, Ms Blake is contacted by a man she quickly pegs as a hired assassin who says he wants to hire her for the purpose of raising one of his ancestors from the dead. Cerulean Sins novel Anita Blake Wiki Fandom Cerulean Sins Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, Book Cerulean Sins was pretty much just what I d hoped less werewolf and shifter stuff, less long confusing conversations, and relationship angst, and vampire business and police work Anita even got to do some zombie raising Everything was basically much like earlier books. Cerulean Sins on Apple Books Apr , Cerulean Sins follows the same formula as Laurell Hamilton s previous Anita Blake novels, and continues to build on Anita s development and struggle to come to grips with the ardeur However, I felt that her normal gritty crime fighting style took a

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    1. Regina on said:

      I started the Anita Blake series knowing what I was getting into I had heard the bad buzz, but I also heard that the earlier books were solid good urban fantasy badass heroine writing And I gotta say, that is true I loved the first 10 books in the Anita Blake series Loved them Obsidian Butterfly ROCKS The world LKH created in the book is damned scary, gruesome and surprising I enjoyed the development of Anita from the first few books through books 5 10 Anita progressed, the characters grew on me [...]

    2. Carol. on said:

      In my defense, I ve been trying to make bookshelf space, weeding out books I bought and read years ago But it s hard to part with them after all, then me must have liked them for some reason, right Currently, most of the Anita Blake series is in a box in the basement, but I brought this one up because I couldn t remember when the series finally went bad for me I m betting this one was the proverbial straw.On the positive side, it kept me awake, partly because I was curious if the story started i [...]

    3. Chris on said:

      Why I did I not like this book I suppose it could have been the fact that a once kick ass heroine is now a sex fiend However, Anita is Hamilton s character, and Hamilton has the right to change the character I just wish she had done it in a believable way Why, for instance, can t Anita control her desires when Jean Claude can Why doesn t Anita even try I might not have liked the book because all the sex sounds the same It really does, and it is really boring sex The only difference in the way t [...]

    4. Jilly on said:

      Vampire games, how fun In this book we get another sadistic insane vampire coming into town to rape, pillage, and torture, and Jean Claude gets to host her Anita knows that their pleasant visit will turn into a blood bath, but she is trapped by all of the rules of vampire society.If Jean Claude would just let me shoot everyone in Musette s party tonight, it would save a lot of trouble, I just knew it would Good point, Anita I knew there was something I liked about you Killing everyone sometimes [...]

    5. Crystal Starr Light on said:

      Most people don t find me funny at all Anita Blake meets a guy in her office Gasp, shock, horror, she actually accepts his job She then raises a zombie Asher arrives to tell her Surprise Musette, Belle Morte s cronie, is here She rushes to Jean Claudes to get in a p ssing match with Musette Then she has to rush home to feed the ardeur She argues about who she will have sex with Asher waffles about having sex Anita Blake has sex Anita Blake is summoned to a crime scene, but she is too weak to go [...]

    6. Tilly Slaton on said:

      As much as I love the Anita Blake series, this is another book that I really don t get too excited over Blood Gore Sex Lies Deception It has it all, but I found myself skimming and reading as quickly as possible just to get to the next book And regardless of how fast I read, I still found myself watching tv than reading Heh go figure Anita Blake Vampire Hunter and animator She raises dead for a living, tries to survive vampire politics and dramatic personal relationships while all along investi [...]

    7. Damecatoe on said:

      Nothing turns to hate so bitter as what once was love Anita Blake in Cerulean Sins.You tell em, Laurell K Hamilton, cause ooo, were your fans mad at you after that book see reader reviews at Well, it started with Narcissus in Chains, but I guess they were willing to allow that one if it were an aberration and not the new norm Oh, well Poor kids I know how it feels I know what Chri Carter did to the X Files I m reading these books as a lark, so the trashier they get, the fun for me And I haven t [...]

    8. Hilda on said:

      I looked at him, and he was pale alabaster with that black, black hair, those blue eyes The folds and hollows of his body exposed to the overhead lights were as beautiful and familiar to me as a favorite path that I could walk forever and never tire of.I stared at Jean Claude, and it wasn t the beauty of him that made me love him, it was just him It was a love made up of a thousand touches, a million conversations, a trillion shared looks A love made up of danger shared, enemies conquered, a det [...]

    9. Niina on said:

      Okay, first of all I love the series, big fan of Anita Blake But this book, dear lord I did not enjoy this, it was a mixed salad of 50 ingredients It was messy, hard to go with the flow and it left me with the constant move on feeling Chapter after chapter of the same scene that kept having twist after twist after twist.I think the main problem is that there are just too many characters, Anita, Jean Claude, Asher, Micah, Nathaniel, Jason, Richard, Zebrowski, Dolph and as they are all great it s [...]

    10. Catherine on said:

      There are only so many times one can read about Jean Claude s deep blue eyes before you feel like clawing them out just so that it will be mentioned no The same goes for Asher s beautiful golden head of hair one mention of that and I will be sorely tempted to leap into the book armed with a razor to shave it all off I m also thinking of buying Anita a chastity belt That way, maybe she can focus on the plot rather than trying to have sex with as many guys in as short amount of time as possible [...]

    11. The Flooze on said:

      The ardeur is the most irritating plot device I have ever encountered Going from an interesting paranormal mystery romance series, to oh, I can t control myself and I must have sex with everyone is just ludicrous I agree with those who say that this book degenerates the characters to crappy soft core porn, and I m not even half way through yet.Give me vampire politics, assassins, zombies, and hey, even pack rituals This poor excuse to fill every ten pages with porn is exasperating.Perhaps if Ani [...]

    12. Jeri on said:

      I think I need to take a break from these books for awhile I m getting way too caught up in the lives of the characters I really wanted someone to rip out Richard Zeeman s throat He is far too whiny for an Alpha Werewolf Oh well, that is what makes these books such fun They are books about people who just happen to be werewolves, vampires, regular humans, etc The emotional drama is the same no matter what type of non human is involved On to the next one

    13. Faye on said:

      First read July 2006Re read January 2018Rating 4 5 starsAs usual there is a lot going on in Anita s world at the start of Cerulean Sins A representative of Belle Morte s arrives unexpectedly early at Jean Claude s door Musette is an evil and devout follower of Belle Morte, and she is out to cause as much trouble as possible for Jean Claude and Anita Meanwhile Anita is also called in on two murder cases one which is set up to look like a ritualistic killing and another which looks like a werewolf [...]

    14. Aimee Convoy on said:

      A must for all Hamilton fans After reading the whole series i couldnt believe that the last was still as good as the first I loved this book as it concentrated on the vampire politics and introduced Belle Morte, and her brand of malevolance into the series, should make the next book a little interesting as we are allowed to delve into the council and its strange brand of politics.It allows us to get past the anita and Richard part of the book as richard features very little in this book Howev [...]

    15. Lisa (Harmonybites) on said:

      It s hard to believe, but when Anita stopped being celibate in The Killing Dance my reaction was finally I thought Hamilton had overdone the sexual tension leading up to that book Oh, the good old days When this was a fun series about Anita the necromancer and vampire hunter with her werewolf on the side I knew it was a bad, bad thing when the ardeur rose up its ugly head in the previous book In fact, I thought, no, Hamilton didn t just do that but I thought it an aberration that Anita would fig [...]

    16. Myvampfiction on said:

      Reviewed by Ciara Warning possible spoilers ahead Sex.That s this book in one word, or less.This book is, so far, furthest from all the things I loved about the first few books I became addicted to the ABVH books because it combined crime, detective work and supernatural elements.Don t get me wrong, I love sex, and I enjoyed the early days of examples of how awesome Anita s sex romantic life, but I enjoyed that as part of the overall books, when it fit in nicely with a decent plot and character [...]

    17. Brandi on said:

      Some Writing Tips for Laurell K Hamilton 1 Try to limit the phrase it was as if to 500 uses or fewer per novel.2 Use pronouns or synonyms to avoid using the same word too many times in the span of 2 sentences.3 It s OK to use a repetitive adjective to denote intensity once in a while, but don t do it multiple times in every book It has gotten to the point that I wince every time I see it Blue, blue eyes and white, white walls and pale, pale skin and black, black hair gets really, really effing a [...]

    18. Jenn on said:

      It s funny because in rereading this series, I m realizing how much of Anita I really dislike But I still love almost all of the surrounding characters and that keeps this series in my top.In the 11th installment, Anita finds herself meeting the in laws, so to speak Jean Claude s maker, Belle Morte, has caught wind of Anita and has decided that she wants to know , thereby sending a surrogate vampire to scope the scene This of course doesn t go over well with the group and tension grows.I remembe [...]

    19. Donna on said:

      I have enjoyed this series I like Anita, Jean Claude, and even Richard most of the time.but sadlyis one landed in my DNF pile I could hardly believe it So it s officialI m done with the series and I m not even half way through it yet I just don t like the direction this series is going There used to be some substance with the romance those are air quotes and now well, not so much It is all about the one thing and I feel like the author forces of that in every chance she gets UGH I also liked th [...]

    20. Mary Grace on said:

      I am again disappointed I don t know what happened to the series after Blue Moon From a plateau, it went down and fast I used to love Anita, don t get me wrong I still love the series but I just think that the plot of the series was lost with all erotic scenes and the coming of the ardeur.I have come to the point where I skip all the sexy scenes to where the action is and I am left with only a few pages to read I mean that s a great degrade to the previous books that the series had The sense in [...]

    21. Jen on said:

      I really love this story, because in it we see Anita going after a lycanthrope with a court order of execution for the first time The fact that Zerbrowski is in it certainly doesn t hurt, either There are actually two storylines in this book one involves the aforementioned lycanthrope, who view spoiler is a serial killer killing women in especially gruesome ways hide spoiler The other, unconnected, is about Musette, Belle Morte s representative, and the vampires she brought with her to visit Jea [...]

    22. Laura on said:

      I m finally waving my white flag I can t bear to read this garbage any Back in 99 00 I read the Anita Blake series up to that point Blue Moon and enjoyed it It opened up a new love of Urban Fantasy which is still my favorite genre so I continued to read the books as they came out over the years until Kiss the Dead I couldn t make it through that pile of shit Recently I thought maybe I had been right in thinking the beginning books were goodrely I couldn t have been completely wrong I have read [...]

    23. Barb on said:

      Cerulean Sins is the eleventh book in the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Series In this episode, Ms Blake is contacted by a man she quickly pegs as a hired assassin who says he wants to hire her for the purpose of raising one of his ancestors from the dead As you follow the story, you discover that Ms Blake is than a vampire hunter She is an animator, macromancer, part shapeshifter, and the girl friend of the Master Vampire After completing a successful session of animating raising a dead man to se [...]

    24. Mari on said:

      Now that I ve read all the other books in the series, lovely Mike bought me the latest, Cerulean Sins as a Christmas present I wanted to wait to finish other books before I started this one but of course I have no will power, and I read it immediately If, dear readers, you ve read the books leading up to this one, you know that our heroine, Anita Blake, has gone from being celibate to boinking nearly everyone in the books This story is no exception I won t divulge who but I doubt you d be surpri [...]

    25. Faye Bryrdan Morgan on said:

      Reading the series nonstop has been both a blessing and a curse.I loved Anita from the start for her stubborn, bitchy attitude that never ceases to amaze me.The plot is well written, the series constant and the consequences of each of the character s actions and decisions rational and complicates the story.And the men, Oh, Laurell, the men XDJean Clause has been a constant, always beside Anita, always the seductive vampire.Richard is an ASSHOLE.Micah is a new addition and I can t wait to arrive [...]

    26. BWT (Belen) on said:

      This was the book that, to me, started the decline of the Anita Blake series When Anita, who had, up until this point, been very, very practical and always worn her feminism as a badge of honorw becomes a totally different person because the ardeur has forced her to take multiple lovers Instead of Hamilton treating this as another opportunity for Anita to be practical and say, Hey, it is what it is You can t deal Fuck off Such a lost opportunity.UPDATED 03 04 2015 for the audio book Read by Cynt [...]

    27. Ezinwanyi on said:

      Richard hates himself, that s why he is cantankerous to Anita He can t stand his non human side and she seems to accept herself and all the supes around her She even seems to revel in her new abilities, but she doesn t join him in his disdain and that s really what upsets Richard.This was two storylines, both dealing with killers This new narrator, Cynthia took me time to get use to because she doesn t pronounce Nimirah and other words the same way the prior narrator did It was okay though.

    28. Diana Stormblessed on said:

      I m calling it This series is officially dead to me Hamilton isn t even pretending there s a plot any I stopped reading 45% through and I think there were 2 or 3 chapters that didn t have any sex, sex talk, or general relationship talk in it Anita has been reduced from a kick as heroine to a whiny inflatable sex doll Insert penis here We don t even need a relationship build up cuz it can all be explained by the ardeur Eye roll I love a good adult book but I want to read actual characters This wa [...]

    29. Danielle Parker on said:

      Book Review Cerulean Sins by Laurell K HamiltonJove, 2004, 547 pagesISBN 0 515 13681 6 Paperback Available in paperback for 7.99Reviewed by D L ParkerI really hate picking up books that are part of a long running series and finding out that to make sense of at least number 10 in this case I must read all its prequels Never having read an Anita Blake story before, I was almost at sea in Cerulean Sins Anita s a vampire hunter, but seems to be than cozy with the old bloodsuckers She s a federal ag [...]

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