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Cerulean Sins, the eleventh entry in the hugely-popular Anita Blake series, finds everyone’s favorite vampire hunter keeping house and kicking butt. However, by book (pick any number after 5), it was mostly about Anita and her sexual inhibitions/adventures. The zombie raising at the beginning of the novel (while barely, by a tenuous, subtle thread, connects to the "main" plot--whatever that is) was one of the best in the series. - Anita"I loved someone once with my whole heart and he stomped on it." - Anita"Please, not the fiance in college, Anita, that was years ago, and he was an asshole.
Anita Blake is trying to get her life back to “normal” after a break-up with her werewolf lover. This is about who Anita will take blood/sexual energy/sex from and why, and her guilt about it. But in many ways, this book is just as bad as the previous books.
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. Actually, it becomes kind of boring, the erotic equivalent of watching the same car chase or shoot out again and again. Anita Blake might as well rename herself "Mary Sue".
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. I never realized what a Speshul Snowflake Anita was--skills that make an assassin pause, strangely strong necromancy, powers of a vampire servant, an excellent shot, leader of a ware-jaguar pack, enforcer for a werewolf pack--she really does everything in the supernatural world. I've forgotten how many titles she has to her name now: Nimi-ra, Animator, Necromancer, Jean-Claude's human servant, succubus, Federal Marshall (which happened all off-screen by the way), etc.
Anita soon finds herself caught up in a dangerous game of vampire power politics. With the bonus special superpowers of being able to arouse lust in five seconds flat through her magical ardeur powers. I've forgotten how many men are lining up to get into her panties (which, conveniently, match with her bra): Jean-Claude, Asher, Jason, Nathaniel, Micah, Zerbrowski, etc. Blake" but then won't respect a mourning woman's desire to be called "Mrs."She thinks a covering a transsexual's family problems and a teacher raping a 13 year old boy are "weird crap": Last I checked, resisting temptation kind meant NOT doing whatever is "tempting", not "holding back from screwing anything in sight".
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. My only excuse is that I hadn't found on-line book clubs yet and was seriously in need of something new to read. What is probably most groan-worthy is the silly plot device that “forces” Anita to have sex, the “ardeur”.
The investigation leads her to Cerulean Sins, a vampire-run establishment that deals in erotic videos, videos that cater to very specific tastes. This one goes to the used bookstore, even if they don't want it. I suppose it could have been the fact that a once kick ass heroine is now a sex fiend. Anita has to feed it every 12 hours or she will die.
Anita knows one creature of the night who has such interests — Jean-Claude’s visitor. However, Anita is Hamilton's character, and Hamilton has the right to change the character. This leads to a large portion of the novel dedicated to sex, relationships, arguing about who is going to have it with whom, and so on and so forth.
But if Anita brings Musette down, the repercussions could cost her everything she holds dear. All the men in her life talk about Anita needing to feed the ardeur. I just wish she had done it in a more believable way. It bugs me that this “ardeur” basically strips Anita of her choice in the matter; if it is supposed to be a metaphor for women's sexuality, it fails. Oh, no, like a bad, pornographic movie, she is FORCED to have this much sex: feminist of you. Not to mention, Anita seriously needs to check into the hospital.
Once a sworn enemy of all monsters, Anita is now the human consort of both Master Vampire Jean Claude and leopard shapeshifter Micah. Louis, Anita finds herself needing all the dark forces her passion can muster to save the ones she loves. Why, for instance, can't Anita control her desires when Jean-Claude can? I might not have liked the book because all the sex sounds the same. The only difference Why I did I not like this book? Anita Blake is summoned to a crime scene, but she is"Most people don't find me funny at all." Anita Blake meets a guy in her office. She pretty much gets into a fight with any authority figure whose path she crosses. Besides having breathing problems:"I was blushing so hard, my head was beginning to hurt." "I tried to speak but couldn't remember where my mouth was or how to draw a breath.
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I had heard the bad buzz, but I also heard that the earlier books were solid good urban fantasy badass heroine writing. I loved the first 10 books in the Anita Blake series. I enjoyed the development of Anita from the first few books through books 5-10. However, Anita is Hamilton's character, and Hamilton has the right to change the character. I felt like the only thing keeping my pulse in my mouth was the tight line of my lips."I think I stopped breathing.""I kept my mouth closed; I was afraid of what would fall out if I opened it.""I think that's why dogs are so damned popular.
Anita progressed, the characters gr I started the Anita Blake series knowing what I was getting into. The world LKH created in the book is damned scary, gruesome and surprising. I just wish she had done it in a more believable way. You can cuddle a dog as much as you like, and the dog never thinks about sex or pushing your social boundaries in anyway. Dogs will invade your social boundaries for table scraps unless trained to do otherwise." "It wasn't the beauty of him that made me love him; it was just him.