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Monday, August 18, 2014

Quote-Tastic Monday #59

 
This one is simple and just about sharing your favorite quotes and the books they come from! Hosted by the FABULOUS Anna at Herding Cats & Burning Soup
 
Narcissus in Chains (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #10)
 
Summary:
 
Hamilton's vampire-hunting Anita Blake faces a plethora of foes in her tenth outing. Just returned to St. Louis after six months away, Anita is still no closer to choosing between her lovers--Jean-Claude, a vampire, and Richard, a werewolf. But she has to rely on both for help after two of the wereleopards that she has been watching are abducted at a seedy club called Narcissus in Chains. Anita and her boyfriends rescue the wereleopards from the sinister people holding them, but Anita is wounded in the fight and put at risk of becoming a wereleopard herself. Richard angrily captures the wereleopard he believes is responsible and threatens to execute him. Anita must now rescue that wereleopard from Richard and the werewolves he leads, even as she mourns the apparent end of her relationship with him. Then she realizes that those who kidnapped the first two wereleopards are targeting other lycanthropes. Maybe she will be next. With plenty of steamy sex and graphic violence, this is engaging reading for vampire cultists.
Summary & Cover taken from Goodreads.com
Length: 644 pages (Paperback)
Publication Date: September 24th 2002 by Jove (first published October 11th 2001)            
 
Quote:
 
"I knew from the moment I heard you, the moment I saw the gun and realized that this lovely, petit
woman was the executioner, that you would never die waiting for me to save you - that you would
save yourself.”          
 
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3 comments:

  1. the slowpoke in me had to re-read the quote to understand what it means and by the third time I'm not sure my understanding was even correct. LOL :) is it correct for me to assume this as a heartbreaking statement or is the speaker really saying what a strong person the other is...? :)

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  2. Oh, wasn't this book the introduction of Micah? And the ending that tied back to Obsidian Butterfly.... Ah, good times, good times.

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  3. At some point I really need to get back and read all of these. It's been SO long!

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