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Full Length Jane Yellowrock Novels For the chronological Jane Yellowrock reading order CLICK HERE SKINWALKER Book 1 in the Jane Yellowrock series. For readers who like Ilona Andrews’ Kate Daniels books and Patricia Briggs’ shapeshifter tales featuring Mercy Thompson, Faith Hunter has. The Paperback of the Skinwalker (Jane Yellowrock Series #1) by Faith Hunter at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.

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Skinwalker : Faith Hunter :

Let yourself fall under the spell of this be witch ing collection of short stories! Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Without touching his body, I pulled out the case and opened it to reveal a badge.

I can see the potential but skinwalkeer not enough here, in either character or plot, to keep me wanting to read more. I absolutely HATE it when authors try to polish and sparkle the existence of all things supernatural. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. You want someone who you will want to come back to visit with in a series, who can kick some serious butt, but isn’t annoying.

What we DO get is Jane hunteer and going on and on about hot vamps and how long it’s been since I yanked open the door. I keep having to try and remember all the stuff that happened, that was still a bit too complicated at the time, plus keep straight all the stuff that is being set up for future books.


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Don’t be deceived by the cover art it hides a great story! Jul 18, Alex rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jane beats up her bosses’ various bodyguards, I guess so the audience knows how skinwaljer she is.

Dark Queen

There are plenty of twists and hunfer and misleading leads, a shocking culprit, several battles, and large fight at the end that is a series changer. We learned a bit more huntee her past, and someone new and important walked I’m sort of feeling speechless after finishing this book last night. Jane needs to find the feral vamps and who is making them. Return to Book Page.

And yes, she collects bones and skulls.

Dark Queen (Jane Yellowrock, #12) by Faith Hunter

I did enjoy DQ in places and the duels at the end were intense. Somehow that is less evil than Rick flirting with woman for information in the line of duty.

Turns out, there’s quite a bit of history she’s forgotten If you like UF and think that those snippets I quoted didn’t sound bad at all, then definitely give it a chance. Of course FH leaves a possibility that that slime sludge crawler supreme might come back, Jane should really go burn his grave to ash to prevent that.

Let me just say I don’t like Jane much. Nov 14, Werner rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: They all OOZE sensuality.


I know; it’s ridiculously far-fetched, but it’s the only thing this series can give me now, that I’d give a damn about. And I wasn’t really bowled over by the climax and resolution of the tale.

I thought Beast’s viewpoint added an intriguing element to this story. Book 6 in the Jane Yellowrock series. A note on the audio: To complete her job she will have to accept help from wherever she can get it, all while fighting off the Beast within who wants nothing more to take control of the hunt. It also allows some of Jane’s internal humor to show through when she is being professional enough to not say her remarks out loud.

Hunter grew up in the Louisiana bayou country and began writing during high school. I knew there was a reason I was unsure Tales from the world of Jane Yellowrock. Also leave Bruiser alone! IMHO, the best part of the book is when she is in the process of shifting or has already changed forms. Buy the selected items together This skinwapker I didn’t enjoy being in Beast’s head on audio.


Currently you have JavaScript disabled. Yes, this literally radiates masculinity. Yeah, I’m getting tired just thinking about it.

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