The stakes couldn’t be higher in the newest novel in the New York Times bestselling, pulse-pounding Jane Yellowrock series.
Jane Yellowrock is the queen of the vampires, and that makes her a target as she fights to maintain control and keep peace in the city of New Orleans. She has enemies at every turn, because vampires live forever, and they keep their grudges alive with them. That includes the Heir, the vampire sire of the Pellissier bloodline, which gave rise to Leo Pellissier himself—Jane’s old boss and the former master of the city.
With the Heir and all the forces of darkness he can muster arrayed against her, Jane will need all the help she can get. She’ll find it in her city, her friends, her found family, and, of course, the Beast inside of her.
Hunter's 15th Jane Yellowrock urban fantasy (after True Dead) hits the ground running and does not let up. Skinwalker Jane Yellowrock is still adjusting to her new role as the Dark Queen of vampires and learning to balance protecting her loved ones with watching her own back. Jane must face her most powerful enemy yet when the Heir to the Sons of Darkness enacts a plan to dominate the world, with a bound angel and a summoned demon as his weapons. Meanwhile, Jane's unhinged grandmother commits unspeakable acts, forcing Jane to reckon with the very real possibility that she too will spiral into insanity as she ages, a fate every skinwalker fears. Twining the political with the interpersonal, Hunter spins an intricate plot and the shifting allegiances between the myriad characters prove challenging to stay on top of, but the breakneck pacing and deep layers of intrigue keep the pages turning. Series fans cannot afford to skip this one. Agent: Lucienne Diver, Knight Agency.
Fantastic book and a fitting ending for Jane Yellowrock and her crew. I would still wish for her story to go on.
Please write more !!! I’d love to read more Nell tooo!!! Thank you Jane is my hero!!!
Edge of your seat & a happy ending
This is by far the best Faith Hunter book in the Jane Yellowrock series. I literally could not put it down, and the storyline was on my mind wondering where it would take us, when I wasn’t reading. The conclusion, the character depth, the battles have all combined to make this one of my best reads for the year.