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Monday, August 11, 2014

Quote-Tastic Monday #58

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
Cerulean Sins (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #11)
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 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 passion can muster to save the ones she loves.

Anita Blake returns to find hell hath no fury like a vampire scorned.
Summary & Cover taken from
Length: 529 pages (Mass Market Paperback)
Publication Date: August 31st 2004 by Jove (first published April 1st 2003
“I turned down Halloween parties every year, where people wanted zombies raised at the stroke
of midnight or some such nonsense. The scarier my reputation got, the more people wanted me
 to come be scary for them. I'd told Bert I could always go and threaten to shoot all the partygoers,
that'd be scary. Bert had not been amused. But he had stopped asking me to do parties.”  


  1. I have never read an Anita Blake novel (shame on me :) ), but this quote is really funny. My Quote-Tastic:

  2. Back when the Anita Blake books were more about her Necromancer Skills than her ability to have sex with 16 different people at one time..... Oh wait, that sounded a bit bitter didn't it... Sorry.

  3. I've never read the series but I've heard it's really good. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Anita used to have the best lines.

  5. Looks good. I have the first in series on my TBR.

  6. LOL that's one way to fix it! I did enjoy those early books :)


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