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Flirt de Laurell K. Hamilton
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When Anita Blake meets with prospective client Tony Bennington, who is desperate to have her reanimate his recently deceased wife, she is full of sympathy for his loss ... but the creature that Anita could coerce to step out of the late Mrs. Bennington's grave would not be the lovely Mrs. Bennington. Not really. And not for long.… (mais)
Membro:bryfrawood
Título:Flirt
Autores:Laurell K. Hamilton
Informação:Headline Export, Perfect Paperback, 171 pages
Coleções:Ebook
Avaliação:*1/2
Etiquetas:Anita Blake

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Flirt (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, Book 18) de Laurell K. Hamilton

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Another in the Anita Blake Vampire hunter series. This one has her turning down a couple of jobs at the beginning of the book. This leads to her being kidnapped by a pair of were-lions. This one is a short quick read in comparison to some of the others in the series. ( )
  ChrisWeir | Mar 22, 2020 |
OK so because of the fact that Nathaniel and Micah aren't particularly my fave characters in the book, and I wish they would move on, or move away, not die because they are good characters but more like *POOF BE GONE* I know i'm a minority in that, and that's ok. But anywho the scenes where they were all mushy gushy I just sat their and rolled my eyes. And in the restaurant where they brought up that Nathanial's flirting wasn't approved by Anita and Micah, I actually sat there thinking that if LKH would expand Nathaniels character I would probably like him more, like how he's getting more dominance, that now he can find him someone else??!??!? The lion thing, Ok yeah I get it, she's got all these animals and needs to have that one that aligns well with her animals and all that, but I did not like what she did to Nicky, I felt really bad for him, and it really pissed me off that he's like this lost little kitten now because she took his free will away. Though the zombie scene was pretty epic. Sometimes I think in the Anita books the placement of the whole dominance thing is put in, in the wrong places, and the parts I think should have more of it, is highly slacking. It just brings me back to the whole thinking Anita is such a bad ass, but yet a major pansy ass at the same time. I think she needs to start weeding out her "lovers" and just keep them as lovers "bed mates". But I guess since the ardeur that's not going to happen ::SIGHS:: ( )
  hixxup79 | Feb 23, 2020 |
I was a little reluctant to read this book. Only because Anita Blake is one of my favorite characters and I just couldn't get a handle on where the author was going with a title like Flirt. I was pleasantly surprised even though it's on the shorter side of an Anita Blake novel. I believe that this book shows just how much Anita has changed emotionally. She's come a long way since Guilty Pleasures. While she is still the cold blooded killer of the past it begins to show a more vulnerable side of her that I can relate even better to. It's nice to see that she hasn't lost her kick ass attitude and has learned to open her heart more than she ever believed she would be able to. I think this will be a nice lead into Bullet and I can't wait for that one to hit the shelves. ( )
  ecmross | Apr 19, 2019 |
There is good and bad when reading LKH. The good is that she's built a solid world and characters that I, for the most part, like to spend time with. The bad is that I really wish she would get (a better) editor. Some phrases were used again and again, some scenes the same. The book could have been tighter and more enjoyable.

Anita's been collecting animals to call for a while, and she does that through sex. You accept that if you're reading one of these books, and I do. This time the animal she collected is tied to her in a way that was obviously not his (or really her) choice. That's something explored a bit in this book, and something I'm looking forward to seeing explored (though not in a sexual way) in further books. ( )
  tldegray | Sep 21, 2018 |
J'avais fait une longuuue pause dans ma lecture d'Anita Blake mais plus par manque de matière (je ne trouvais pas ce volume en librairie) que par manque d'envie !
Concernant cette histoire, elle m'a bien plu. Pas autant de sexe que dans les volumes d'avant (ouf), plus de tension, de moment où on se demande ce qu'il va se passer et nettement moins de prise de tête avec ses petits amis. Pour une fois on retrouve Anita et juste Anita. Les mercenaires sont bien représentés je trouve, il n'y a que le méchant qui est... ma foi assez transparent.
Bref, un bon volume, juste ce qu'il me fallait pour me remettre dans le bain de l’Exécutrice !
Une petite note sur cette édition qui propose, en postface, un texte de l'auteure qui nous explique comment elle a eu l'idée de cette histoire et comment elle l'a fait mûrir. C'était très intéressant et pour les fans, je vous le conseil vraiment ! ( )
  Chatplumer | Jun 10, 2018 |
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This one's for Daven and Wendi, friends who finally taught me the fine art of flirting. Thanks for the inspiration.
For Jonathon, too, because he was there by my side when inspiration struck. he has taught me that to be happy with someone, first they must be my friend. Without that there can be nothing else.
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"I WANT YOU to raise my wife from the dead, Ms. Blake," Tony Bennington said, in a voice that matched the expensive suit and the flash of the Rolex on his right wrist.
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When Anita Blake meets with prospective client Tony Bennington, who is desperate to have her reanimate his recently deceased wife, she is full of sympathy for his loss ... but the creature that Anita could coerce to step out of the late Mrs. Bennington's grave would not be the lovely Mrs. Bennington. Not really. And not for long.

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