Hellbent

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Spectra, 2011 - Fiction - 338 pages
37 Reviews
BAD TO THE BONE
 
Vampire thief Raylene Pendle doesn’t need more complications in her life. Her Seattle home is already overrun by a band of misfits, including Ian Stott, a blind vampire, and Adrian deJesus, an ex-Navy SEAL/drag queen. But Raylene still can’t resist an old pal’s request: seek out and steal a bizarre set of artifacts. Also on the hunt is a brilliant but certifiably crazy sorceress determined to stomp anyone who gets in her way. But Raylene’s biggest problem is that the death of Ian’s vaunted patriarch appears to have made him the next target of some blood-sucking sociopaths.  Now Raylene must snatch up the potent relics, solve a murder, and keep Ian safe—all while fending off a psychotic sorceress. But at least she won’t be alone. A girl could do a lot worse for a partner than an ass-kicking drag queen—right?
  

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Cherie Priest has a great way of writing that I enjoy. - LibraryThing
The plot never felt urgent or dangerous. - LibraryThing
The banter between Raylene and Adrian is hilarious. - LibraryThing

Review: Hellbent (Cheshire Red Reports #2)

User Review  - Laurel - Goodreads

If you're looking for an urban fantasy book that is not your run-of-the-mill vampire novel, then Hellbent has got to be your first choice. I don't consider myself to be an urban fantasy reader, but I ... Read full review

Review: Hellbent (Cheshire Red Reports #2)

User Review  - Jayaprakash Satyamurthy - Goodreads

This was terrible. Who told Priest she could write? Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
3
Section 3
23
Section 4
37
Section 5
56
Section 6
83
Section 7
119
Section 8
136
Section 10
178
Section 11
197
Section 12
246
Section 13
277
Section 14
318
Section 15
324
Section 16
334
Section 17
339

Section 9
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About the author (2011)

Cherie Priest recently moved to Seattle, Washington, after spending most of her life in the southern US.

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