So I found out that Laurell K Hamilton finally released her next book for Anita Blake called Hit List. To be honest I was so tired of reading Laurel K Hamilton because it was like really bad and cheesy porn. Sure the first few times it was hot, but then it was really bad and trashy in your face porn. The entire trip with Jason was a waste of a book. It almost caused me to stop reading her books altogether. Luckily Laurell started to get back to what made everyone love her books in the first place, action, romance and tons of violence! Because I was so tired of all of the porn books she wrote, I was almost hesitant to buy this book because of the cover, but luckily I ended up deciding to buy it anyways and I am seriously glad I did.
Hit List by Laurel K Hamilton is amazing. It isn’t her best book but it brings back everything we love about her books. It features Edward for the story and he brings along his bounty hunter bffs Olaf and Bernardo and the four of them get ready to finally take on the Harlequin and Marme Noir. Just like when Laurell was with Edward in Santa Fe, she has to bring back everything she learned, including a couple of tricks she learned on her last work trip with Edward.
Hit List by Laurell K Hamilton is an incredible read. She finally brought back everything you could want in her books and leaves you on a high note. I don’t want to ruin the end, but it will be interesting to see how she creates her next version of the bad guy, if she brings back some of the ones who were never finished, if they take on one of their own (even though the person/thing may not be their own in their minds) or if she will create a brand new enemy. Laurell K Hamilton’s new book Hit List is a must read. There isn’t much sex and there is a ton of drama and violence which is what we all love about her and her series. If you haven’t bought Hit List by Laurell K Hamilton, use the links from amazon in this post as it will be much cheaper than going to the store like I did. Please also feel free to leave a comment below with your thoughts on the book.