Narcissus in Chains
An Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, novel
'Something in the look on my face must have frightened him, because his eyes widened, and I saw something like human fear cross his reptilian face.'
It's a dark world out there with shapeshifter crime and were-creature struggles. I may not have seen Jean-Claude, the Vampire Master of the City, for six months, but I need his help now, whatever the consequences. Someone is targeting the lycanthropes and we have to save them.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mariahsidhe - LibraryThing
Sometimes I can't help but feel bad for Nathaniel, broken as he is he may be healing but he still has a long road to go. The call Anita gets to come pick him up from Narcissus in Chains is her wake-up ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - drhapgood - LibraryThing
Can you give something negative stars? Not so much for this book, but for being the book that heralded the decline of this series from somewhat okay Urban Fantasy to way drawn out sex scenes loosely (pun intended) joined by a joke of a plot. Read full review
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Narcissus in Chains: An Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Novel
Laurell K. Hamilton
No preview available - 2001