Blue Moon by Laurell K. Hamilton

This is the eighth book in the Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter series I read in a previous year (previous decade at this point!).

Published: 1998

Genre: urban fantasy/romance

Length: 418 pages

Setting: mostly Tennessee, shortly after the events of Burnt Offerings

Summary: Richard is framed for rape and Anita heads to Myerton, Tennessee to bail him out. Unfortunately, Colin, the Master of the City who controls that territory, doesn’t want Anita there. Fighting breaks out, and Anita kills many of Colin’s vampires. Richard and Anita get back together as they look into clearing Richard’s name. Turns out Frank Niley was trying to clear the trolls Richard was studying off some land so he could raze it to find the nonexistent spear of Christ. At some point, Damian gets tied to Anita as his life source, and Anita crosses a moral line and tortures someone.

Final thoughts: Since I read this book over ten years ago, I didn’t have much to say. We’re getting a bit deeper into the sexy stuff, with Richard and Anita getting back together and discussing a poly relationship with Jean-Claude.

Title comes from: The local werewolf leader in Myerton owned a bunch of cabins called Blue Moon cabins. It also refers to the second full moon in a month.

Reading challenges fulfilled: none since this is a review of a book read in a previous year

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