i love laurell k hamilton books i always get them as soon as they come out in the uk or if i can from amazon they are always quicker but my problem is i have begain to notice that while the merry gentry books just seem to get better but they could be bigger the anita blake seris is comeing in bigger books and less content i mean i like the books but it seems on nearly ever page she is haveing sex or she is always the moral one in the room in the beging of the books it was not to bad it was spread out enough but no w they are getting more pages it seems to be way to much it is like the author...
Just some info on Laurell K Hamilton's 6th book in the Merry Gentry series, 'A Lick of Frost'
A Lick of Frost begins one month after the events of Mistral's Kiss. The opening chapters show Merry and a few of her guards (Rhys, Galen, Doyle, Frost, and Abeloec) in a conference room, being questioned on Rhys, Galen, and Abe's charge of rape (charges pressed by Taranis). The meeting ends badly, with Taranis losing what little control he had on his sanity, and one of the officers of Taranis' guard, Sir Hugh, telling Merry that he is going to...
A bit of info on Laurell K Hamilton's fifth book in the Merry Gentry series, 'Mistral's Kiss.'
Picking up where the previous novel, A Stroke of Midnight, left off, Meredith and company are still holed up in the underground fairy mound of the Unseelie Court, with the princess still trying to get pregnant. Mistral, one of the queen's guards, is on temporary loan to Meredith after the recent attempt on her life. The powers that they stir up affect some serious changes in the land of faerie, none of which make Queen Andais happy....
Here is a bit of info on Laurell K Hamilton's fourth book in the Merry Gentry series, 'A Stroke of Midnight.'
Princess Merry leaves the safe haven of Los Angeles to face the peril and deception of the Unseelie court in her continuing quest to produce an heir and thereby save herself and all that is faerie from utter destruction
When someone murders a fey and a reporter during a press conference inside the Unseelie`s headquarters, Meredith Gentry calls in the cops to assist (and inadvertently...
Meredith, who hides among humans in Los Angeles, spends unfruitful evenings with the Queen's immortal guards and finds her magical powers evolving in unexpected ways
Meredith Gentry, a mortal whose faerie blood has embroiled her in a race to produce the next heir to the throne of the Unseelie sidhe, finds that she constantly walks a fine line between her duty to her aunt, the Queen of Air and Darkness, and her own desire for a "normal" life. Filled with wild magic and given the gift to transform common faeries into noble sidhe,...
A synopsis for the book 'A Caress of Twilight', book 2 in Laurell K Hamilton's Merry Gentry series.
She is Princess Meredith and she is heir to a throne -- if she can stay alive long enough to claim it. Unlike most of her kind, Merry is part human and all too mortal, as her cousin and arch rival knows only too well. For a deadly game is being played in the Faerie court and whoever produces an heir first wears the crown. But as she auditions her royal guard for the role of future king and father of her child, Merry is somewhat distracted from her career as a private investigator...
From the inside cover of the US hardback:
My name is Meredith Gentry, but of course it's not my real name. I dare not even whisper my true name after dark for fear that one hushed word will travel over the night winds to the soft ear of my aunt, the Queen of the Air and Darkness. She wants me dead. I don't even know why.
I fled the high court of Faerie three years ago, and have been hiding ever since. I ran as far as the land would take me, stopped only by the shore of the Pacific Ocean and the fact that if I'd used my passport the Bureau of Human and Fey...
This is the publisher's blurb from the back of the book:
"Anita Blake is about to face the challenge of her life. Into her world-a world already overflowing with power-have come creatures so feared that powerful, centuries-old vampires refuse to mention their names. It is forbidden to speak of The Harlequin unless you've been contacted. And to be contacted by The Harlequin is to be under sentence of death. Long-time rivals for Anita's affections, Jean-Claude, Master Vampire of the City, and Richard, alpha-werewolf, will need to become allies. Shapeshifters Nathaniel and Micah...
This is the publisher's blurb that is written on the back of the book:
"These days, Anita Blake is less interested in vampire politics than in an ancient, ordinary dread she shares with women down the ages: she may be pregnant. And, if she is, whether the father is a vampire, a werewolf, or someone else entirely, she knows perfectly well that being a Federal Marshal known for raising the dead and being a vampire executioner, is no way to bring up a baby."
"Anita Blake should be concentrating on a dangerous situation: the ardeur, the sexual power that flows...