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Divine Misdemeanors

by Laurell K. Hamilton

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While I liked the storyline well enough, Merry's sex life is over the top. I don't understand why Ms. Hamilton insists that Merry Gentry and Anita Blake have to have multiple boyfriends and have sex with so many. At least Merry doesn't try to push her beliefs on others and make them guilty about their sexuality.

I would have given this book a 4 but when Merry is having sex with a new partner every chapter, even those she doesn't want to, its just too much. ( )
  DrkCherry | Sep 21, 2013 |
Better than the Anita books. Still lots of typical LKH crap -- bad editing, re-used/abused phrases, lots of sex with lots of men. ( )
  lesmel | May 23, 2013 |
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  romsfuulynn | Apr 28, 2013 |
This certainly doesn't feel like a "last book", hope there's more. It would be something entirely new to see a Hamilton character as a mom. ( )
  Capnrandm | Apr 15, 2013 |
Wow. Stuff happened! And not just sex stuff. This series is definitely more porn-tastic than the Anita Blake books (not by much) but there also seemed to be an attempt made here to have a mystery and a plot. I was a little taken aback by the change in characterization in some of the men in the story, but I suppose new antagonists need to be set up now that the initial big arc appears to be over. ( )
  Krumbs | Mar 31, 2013 |
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To Jonathon— I could not have invented you, because I did not know I needed you by my side until you were there. No amount of poetry can explain both the surprise of you, and the warm familiarity of you in my arms.
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The smell of eucalyptus always made me think of southern California, my home away from home; now it might forever be entwined with the scent of blood.
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You may know me best as Meredith Nic Essus, princess of faerie. Or perhaps as Merry Gentry, Los Angeles private eye. To protect my unborn children, I have turned my back on the crown, choosing exile in the human world with my beloved Frost and Darkness. Yet I cannot abandon my people. Someone is killing the fey, which has left the LAPD baffled and my guardsmen and me deeply disturbed. I thought I’d left the blood and politics behind in my own turbulent realm. But now I realize that evil knows no borders, and that nobody lives forever—even if they’re magical.
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Someone is killing the fey, which has left the LAPD baffled and Merry Gentry, Los Angeles private eye and princess of faerie, determined to get to the bottom of the case even if means going up against Gilda, the Fairy Godmother. But even stranger things are happening. Mortals Gentry once healed with magic are suddenly performing miracles, a shocking phenomenon wreaking havoc on human/faerie relations.… (more)

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