Blood in Her Veins: Nineteen Stories from the World of Jane Yellowrock

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Popular Books Blood in Her Veins: Nineteen Stories from the World of Jane Yellowrock release New York Times bestselling author Faith Hunter presents a comprehensive collection of stories starring everyone s favorite smart, sexy, and ruthless shapeshifting skinwalker In this must have collection of stories, experience nineteen thrilling adventures from the world of vampire hunter Jane Yellowrock, including many fan favorites and two all new novellas Read abNew York Times bestselling author Faith Hunter presents a comprehensive collection of stories starring everyone s favorite smart, sexy, and ruthless shapeshifting skinwalker In this must have collection of stories, experience nineteen thrilling adventures from the world of vampire hunter Jane Yellowrock, including many fan favorites and two all new novellas Read about the first time Jane put the pedal to the metal in The Early Years, and the last thing a werewolf will ever see as Jane delivers justice in Beneath a Bloody Moon Get a searing look into the pasts of some of the series best loved characters Beast in WeSa and the Lumber King, Rick LaFleur in Cat Tats, and Molly Everhart Trueblood in Haints In the brand new Cat Fight, the witches and vampires of Bayou, Oiseau, are at war over a magical talisman and Jane must figure out how to keep the mysterious artifact out of the covetous hands of the Master of New Orleans And in the never before published Bound No More, Jane welcomes a visit from Molly and her daughter, Angie, who is about to prove she s the most powerful witch in Everhart history From the Big Easy to the bad bayou, from the open road to a vampire s lair with Jane Yellowrock, it s always a given have stakes, will travel New York Times Bestselling Author Kim Harrison. A viral Books Blood in Her Veins: Nineteen Stories from the World of Jane Yellowrock Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsBefore we get into this:1. If you're new to JANE YELLOWROCK, proceed with CAUTION. I will not intentionally spoil anything, but this collection includes NINETEEN stories about events that take place both before and throughout the main series. If you're curious, check out my review of Skinwalker. It's safer. And enthusiastic (b/c LOVE Jane).2. I've been slack on keeping up with Jane lately, b/c stubbornly waiting for the European vamps to get here, so I'm reading a lot of the recently written stories for the first time--the older stories from HAVE STAKES, WILL TRAVEL and CAT TALES I've read several times now, and I read BLACK WATER when it first came out. So my opinions on Big Deal situations in the main series are evolving. *coughs* Bruiser *coughs*3. I hate Rick with the fire of ONE THOUSAND suns. My reviews of his POVs reflect that. FYI.We Sa and the Lumber King - 4.0 starsFIRST, I'm not sure there's a more perfect example of Beast vs. Jane than this one:Night vision came as sunlight left. Earth turned into silvers and greens and grays. Liked this time of day/ night. We sa called it beautiful. I called it safe.Moving on.If you're a longtime reader of Jane, you know there are periodic references to the Hunger Times. This is a (very) short story from Beast's POV as she tries to get rid of the humans destroying her natural habitat. Beast is . . . Beast. *snickers*We also get a peek at baby Jane, who hasn't yet found her way back to human form after melding with Beast.The Early Years - 4.0 starsAn 18-year-old Jane follows an instinct she doesn't understand and finds her way back home. It gives me FEELS.Snafu - 3.5 starsVery short--probably less than 10 pages. Hmm . . . 18 y.o. Jane's first day on the security job training. First 10 min. really . . . But that's all you need to see all the reasons we love Jane. #kickassCat Tats - 4.0 starsOh, look. Ricky Bo got himself in trouble b/c chasing tail. SHOCKER.This one's told from Rick's POV, and if you've been curious about how he got his mountain lion/bobcat tattoo:Rick didn’t know what it meant to have the cats here on his body, beneath his skin, part of him.IT MEANS NOTHING. I like this one b/c lot and lots of PAIN for Rick (whom I HATE).Kits - 5.0 starsKITS hits me in ALL the FEELS, and it's probably my favorite Jane short to date.1. Beast and kits always plays havoc with my emotions. She's so fierce and so pure and so . . . single-minded. Nothing is more important than kits. *rubs fist over heart*2. The birth of Molly and Jane's friendship:I pulled on my socks and carried my boots into what was left of Molly’s house. We had tea. We shared secrets. Weirdly, Molly held my hand while we talked, as if protecting something fragile or sealing something precious. Even more weirdly, I let her. I think that, for the first time in my life, I had a real friend.I may have cried. A lot. Haints - 4.0 starsHAINTS is one more reason why vampires and witches shouldn't mix. o.OThis one is told from Molly's POV, which is awesome b/c we get to see Jane through her eyes (ALSO b/c Molly). Evan is on hand as well, and as he's not hating on Jane, that's fun, too.Two word summary: WEIRD magic. ALSO, there are several Easter eggs hidden for true Jane aficionados.Signatures of Death - 4.0 starsYou know that job Jane had prior to hitting New Orleans? The one where she nearly got her throat ripped out? The one where some kid got her on video with her eyes glowing?This is that story. It's not pretty. But dealing with rogue vampires rarely is. Good thing we have Jane.First Sight - 4.0 starsJane's first meeting with Leo and Bruiser told from Bruiser's POV.Kind of sexy . . . But I'm still not #teambruiser #teamjaneBlood, Fangs, and Going Furry - 3.5 stars Have I mentioned that I HATE Rick? B/c I do. This one is from Rick's POV, and it details his first full moon as a were . . . A were unable to shift b/c witchy tattoos. It appears to be rather painful. THIS PLEASES ME.And I would've given it full marks if it hadn't been for his, "Woe is me, I really effed things up with Jane," and, "I really need to talk to her, I need to explain," crap and trash.(view spoiler)[Stay the fuck away from Jane, you ASS. (hide spoiler)] <------not a spoiler, just me cursing at Rick (spoiler tagged out of respect for Jane who hates potty mouths).Fool me once . . . Dance Master - 4.5 stars Okay . . . That was HOT.I'm still #teamjane but now I'm closer to #teambruiser than I've been since that limo ride in one of the first books . . . youknowwhatimtalkingabout *fans self*Golden Delicious - 3.0 starsShort story from Rick's perspective. Takes place during his training with PsyLED.I hate Rick.At least there's Pea. *glares daggers at Rick*Cajun with Fangs - 3.5 starsThis one is a Hatfields and McCoys scenario played out by vampires and witches in the bayou. Jane gets tricked into helping moderate a dispute, and by "tricked" I mean clocked with a heavy object.Pretty standard as far as these types of things go, BUT most of the involved parties have fantastic Cajun accents, and I do love me a good Cajun accent. The Devil's Left Boot - 4.0 stars This one was told from the POVs of two of the Everhart sisters, Elizabeth and Boadacia. It takes place after the big Evangelina showdown, and tensions are still running high.When their high school nemesis shows up of the family restaurant, as much as Liz and Cia would like to send her packing, they end up agreeing to help her find her mother who's disappeared.For a fee.They find themselves over their heads and call in Jane who just happens to be in town, but in the process of working their magic, absorb another witch's blood magic . . . The same kind of magic that made Evangelina go CRAY . . . The effing end. *shakes fist*Beneath a Bloody Moon - 3.0 stars If Faith Hunter has a flaw, it's overusing concepts and/or revamping (HA!) ideas that have previously been treated as unique. We know from MERCY BLADE that werewolves are cursed with both madness and an inability to create female werewolves. Which was why Magnolia Sweets was such a Big Deal. Yet in this story, what are we dealing with?Another female werewolf. *sighs* And the way the story plays out, we never get an explanation for HOW she exists or what the deal is with the inexplicably HUGE dire werewolf. ALSO, there's Rick. Being Rick. Ugh.Black Water - 4.0 stars Feeling responsible for the kidnapping of two women (b/c the kidnapper busted out jail seeking revenge after someone on Jane's team killed his werewolf sister), Jane enlists the help of Sarge (from BENEATH A BLOODY MOON) and his monster dog in a rescue mission. I want to know 3 things:1. How is it exactly that Sarge is sane?2. How are Sarge and Christabel able to communicate with monster dog?3. WHAT THE BLOODY HECK IS CHRISTABEL??!Off the Grid - 4.5 starsAt Dragon Con 2014 (and 2015), I went to a bunch of Faith's panels. In one of them she talked about a new series she's working on. I was excited about this for numerous reasons, the two biggest being:1. New Faith Hunter series--YAY.2. It takes place in Oak Ridge.For those of you that don't know, Oak Ridge is in Tennessee, near Knoxville. It's also where the first atomic bomb was made. One of my dads has lived in Andersonville, part of the same county that Oak Ridge is in, for about 20 years, and has been working at Y-12 for the last 6 or 8 years. I am fascinated by this place.I have been fascinated by this place since I was a teenager.In this story we meet Nell Nicholson Ingram, who is the heroine in Hunter's new series. I'm not sure what she is exactly, but my money's on her having some kind of Fae in her ancestry, and the only thing I love more than Native American folklore is the Fae. Fae in Oak Ridge.GIVE IT TO ME NOW.Not All Is as It Seems - 4.0 starsThis was a Molly POV, so I was already inclined to like it, but, man alive . . . Every time I think vampires are wholly unredeemable, every time I'm ready to write them off completely (b/c reprehensible, elitist, devious, hedonistic, disgusting creatures), something has to go an throw me for a loop.This time it was Lincoln Shaddock. I really like the Asheville vampires. Against my better judgement, but all the same . . . I like them.Cat Fight - 4.5 stars CAT FIGHT sends Jane back to bayou, b/c the vamp/witchy version of the Hatfields and the McCoys aren't playing nice any longer.Our star-crossed lovers are behaving like children, Shauna stealing a valuable magical artifact from her father-in-law and running home to her Mama and Daddy . . . Then the Vatican gets involved, and basically it's a big 'ol mess. Good thing Jane's excellent at making people shut up and listen.We get some more insight into Edward (which makes me not-worried for Leo, the control-freaky jackhole), and Gee also makes an appearance (I LOVE Gee), so, yeah, it was great.Bound No More - 4.0 stars Boy howdy, Angie Baby is gonna be hell on wheels when she hits adolescence . . . o.OIn this final tale, Molly is in town with Angie for the Witch/Vampire parley, and that light dragon thingy is out for Molly's blood. If you want to know why, READ THE BOOK. Point of interest: the thing that put me off so badly in DARK HEIR--Jane continuing to dothething when it had been established that if she didn't stop, it would KILL HER--was explained better, so I'm okay with it now . . . Either that or I've had enough distance to get over it. *shrugs* SO. Should you read BLOOD IN HER VEINS for yourself? Only if you love Jane. And if you don't love Jane, GET OUT! what are you doing here? Highly recommended. 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  1. Faith Hunter s Jane Yellowrock series is a dark urban fantasy Jane is a full blooded Cherokee skinwalker and hunter of rogue vampires in a world of weres, witches, vampires, and other supernats.Her Rogue Mage novels Bloodring, Seraphs, Host, and the RPG Rogue Mage feature Thorn St Croix, a stone mage in a post apocalyptic alternate reality.The Soulwood series is a new dark urban fantasy paranormal police procedural thriller series featuring Nell Nicholson Ingram.Faith writes full time, tries to keep house, and is a workaholic She gave up cooking for lent one year and the oven hasn t been turned on since Okay that s a joke She does still make cold cereal and sandwiches Occasionally, she remembers to sweep or use the vacuum cleaner Faith researches in great detail, and tries most everything her characters do Research led to her life s passions jewelry making, orchids, bones, travel, white water kayaking, and writing.Jewelry making was the occupation of two of her characters Thorn St Croix, the Rogue Mage, and the main character of BloodStone, written by her pen name, Gwen Hunter She fell in love with the art form Faith makes, wears, and sometimes gives away her jewelry as promo items to fans and as prizes in contests See her FaceBook Fan Page at facebook official.fait for pics She works with stones, pearls, crystal, and glass, wire wrapping larger, undrilled, focal stones Labradorite, ite, apatite, aquamarine, and prehnite are her favorite stones Faith loves 20 orchids Her favorite time of year is when several are blooming Pictures can be seen at her FaceBook page And yes, she collects bones and skulls Many of her orchid pics are juxtaposed with bones and skulls a fox, cat, dog, cow skull, goat skull, that is, unfortunately, falling apart and the jawbone of an ass She just received a boar skull, and the skull of a mountain lion legally purchased from a US tannery killed in the wild.She and her husband RV, traveling with their rescued Pomeranians to whitewater rivers all over the Southeast The poms don t whitewater The pampered dogs stay in the RV in air conditioned comfort And that leads Faith to kayaking her very favorite sport Faith discovered whitewater paddling when she was researching her Gwen Hunter mystery book, Rapid Descent She took a lesson and after a bout of panic attacks from fear of drowning discovered she loved the sport.Faith is one of the founders and a participant at MagicalWords, an online writing forum geared to helping writers And she is a voracious reader.Under other pen names, notably, Gwen Hunter, she writes action adventure, mysteries, and thrillers As Gwen, she is a winner of the WH Smith Literary Award for Fresh Talent in 1995 in the UK, and won a Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award in 2008 As Faith, her books have been on the New York Times and USA Today Bestseller lists Under all her pen names, she has than 40 books, anthologies, and complications in print in 30 countries For , including a list of her books, see faithhunter , gwenhunter , and magicalwords To keep up with her daily, join her fan pages at Facebook facebook official.fait


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  1. Reviewed by Rabid ReadsBefore we get into this 1 If you re new to JANE YELLOWROCK, proceed with CAUTION I will not intentionally spoil anything, but this collection includes NINETEEN stories about events that take place both before and throughout the main series If you re curious, check out my review of Skinwalker It s safer And enthusiastic b c LOVE Jane.2 I ve been slack on keeping up with Jane lately, b c stubbornly waiting for the European vamps to get here, so I m reading a lot of the recen [...]

  2. Let me start this review with a big warning recomendation DO NOT READ THIS BOOK UNLESS YOU ARE CAUGHT UP ON THE SERIES OK, while that might not be a great selling point it will keep you from reading some major spoilers unless you are one of those people that really like spoilers yes Virginia, such people exist and to be honest you might be OK to read it if the only novel you have missed was Dark Heir but then again since that is one of the best books in the series I think I will stick with my wa [...]

  3. I adore Jane Yellowrock, and Beast The books never fail to entertain me I laugh, cry, sneer, and scream with them as she they struggle to be vampire hunter, investigators, human and animal I am addicted to her, strong, independent and can do kick arse attitude when needed Here is a collection of short stories from her world that bind her growth and record her history Perfect for a quick Jane and Co fix You do not want to miss the juicy tidbits, trust me there is some good stuff Some of the stori [...]

  4. Click Banner to enter Exclusive Tome Tender Giveaway for 1 Book Copy of BLOOD IN HER VEINS USA Mailing Addresses Only, No PO BOX accepted Rafflecopter Ends Feb 5, 2016 I had just finished a marathon re read of the Jane Yellowrock series, so Blood In Her Veins Nineteen Stories From the World of Jane Yellowrock could not have come at a better time.There are some series you just can t get enough of and for me Jane Yellowrock is one of them Blood In Her Veins gives you the perfect opportunity to sat [...]

  5. Jane Yellowrock and urban fantasy just go together Yes I ve had the deep joy of dipping into this world the last few days and it s been truly eye opening No gushing because although I ve enjoyed previous books in this series I would never say every story is five star but this collection Just fabulous So why am I such a happy reader Well firstly there are nineteen short novella length stories here so plenty of goodness to read at leisure Ok some readers might have already read some I d previously [...]

  6. Rather than write a long, blathering, rambling review of all the stories contained in this anthology, I ll just keep it condensed and therefore, coherent To date, I ve read one Jane Yellowrock novel Just one Skinwalker, to be exact The very first In this collection of shorts from the world of Jane Yellowrock, there are 19 stories spanning the time period of the series and with knowing that prior to reading, I was set Set to both be lost because I ve only read the first, and set to spoil myself [...]

  7. I really like the Jane Yellowrock stories They have werewolves and vampires like so many other urban fantasies but Hunter gives them a fresh spin Over the course of the series Jane has grown and evolved and become and interesting While I m not sure this anthology is a good place start for a new reader since it contains spoilers for books as well as references to events and people in those books, it s a wonderful treat for fans of the series.The short stories take place over several years, allo [...]

  8. One of the best collections of a single author s short stories I ve ever read, and I ve read than a few Faith has written these short stories it seems, to flesh out the world of Jane Yellowrock from other characters points of view as well as Jane Yellowrock s As a reader of the series as each book has been published, these short stories are like gravy on the turkey, adding richness, information and depth to the actual book stories Some of the stories in this book are first time in print as they [...]

  9. I m not a huge fan of short story anthologies in general, but over the past few years, I ve really delved deep into the world of the Urban Fantasy genre In UF, short stories are prevalent, and sometimes it can be hard to get your hands on all the short stories needed to completely read an entire series, which can be very important as sometimes key events or vital canon details can be found in these tales.Thankfully, Faith Hunter leaps to the rescue in this companion to her AMAZING yes, AMAZING J [...]

  10. Blood in Her Veins is a collection of previously released novellas that I, for the most part, have enjoyed tremendously as well as two brand new stories Of the two, Cat Fight is the best by far Coming from me, that s to be expected, since I generally don t care much for the neither the Trueblood Everharts nor the juvenile arcenciel that keeps trying to off both Jane and the young Everhart children Turns out, there is a good reason for the arcenciel s actions, but since that reason is just a futu [...]

  11. Nineteen fabulous tales that fans of Jane Yellowrock must read.If you are like me, then you can t get enough of Jane Yellowrock, the tough, take no nonsense skinwalker that shifts into Beast, the cat with attitude In every story she plows through obstacles to achieve whatever job she is on, to save whichever person needs saving or just taking care of business and in the case of Blood in Her Veins readers get a compilation of stories in Jane s world where some are from her perspective and some ar [...]

  12. This 500 page collection finally gives Jane Yellowrock fans all of the series short stories in one place Almost all of them have been previously released, though many were only in digital form There are two new offerings, though, if you ve already read the other shorts, and together, make up about 20% of the book.The following take place prior to book 1 We Sa and the Lumber King I have to question what the point of this story was, unless it s just to please fans who enjoy the voice of Beast Ther [...]

  13. Blood In Her Veins Nineteen Stories From the World of Jane Yellowrock Jane Yellowrock by Faith HunterIn this must have collection of stories, experience nineteen thrilling adventures from the world of vampire hunter Jane Yellowrock, including many fan favorites and two all new novellas Read about the first time Jane put the pedal to the metal in The Early Years, and the last thing a werewolf will ever see as Jane delivers justice in Beneath a Bloody Moon Get a searing look into the pasts of some [...]

  14. AMAZING 19 Jane Yellowrock and associates stories This was such a great collection of stories that included Jane, of course, but also her best friend Molly and her family, the Youngers, Ricky Bo, Bruiser, Leo, and some new characters While I had read a few of these stories before it was so much fun to remind myself of all of Jane s adventures and why I believe she is the best, kick ass heroine in any series I ve read I was particularly happy that Ms Hunter included stories from others points of [...]

  15. When I am committed to a series I expect certain things I expect the main character to stay in character while still maturing I expect a strong character who has some faults and weaknesses I expect the secondary characters to be interesting without taking away from the main character Finally, interesting, not the same storylines.What makes the Jane Yellowrock series so unique in the Urban Fantasy genre is that not only do we learn about Jane s backstory as she does, but we also fall in love with [...]

  16. 4.75 stars Blood in Her Veins Nineteen Stories from the World of Jane Yellowrock by Faith Hunter is a collection of paranormal urban fantasy short stories and novellas Ranging from the early 19th century to modern times, these tales give an overview of the progression of Jane the skinwalker s life and development of her powers in snapshots that tie together the stories portrayed in the books of this series There are glimpses of the beings that have had profound influences on her journey, includ [...]

  17. This is a fantastic collection of short stories and novellas set in the world of Jane Yellowrock The print copy is a whopping 542 pages Most star Jane, but there are also stories where Beast, Molly, Bruiser, or Rick are the main characters The author has provided a timeline at the front of the book showing the relative order of when each story and novel takes place And, the stories include relevant background information about The Hunger Times that Beast has spoken of, how Molly and Jane became [...]

  18. Source Publisher Genre Urban Fantasy Rating 4.0 My Thoughts Blood In Her Veins is an amazing collection of 19 new and not so new stories from Faith Hunter which takes place in the Jane Yellowrock universe I dare say that this book took me longer to read than usual for a book filled with short, and not so short stories But, it is totally worth the time it takes to sift through all 19 stories I absolutely loved seeing Jane through the eyes of certain secondary characters that have been there from [...]

  19. If you are a fan of the Jane Yellowrock series, you will be thrilled to get hold of Blood in Her Veins The nineteen stories are arranged chronologically with short notes placing the story in relation to the novels A couple of the short stories I had read before, but most were new to me Two stories Cat Fight and Bound No More are new to this volume I read the tales, enjoying the adventures of Jane and company These tales remind me that I need to catch up on the main series since a new book is com [...]

  20. Review on the blog tour at The Book Nympho thebooknympho 2016 02 blooI love the concept of having a book of all the short stories in the series All together in chronological order I read the Jane Yellowrock series initially last year early in 2015 for the first time after Jessica from Rabid Reads recommended it to me I loved it Being OCD, I read everything in order and the short stories were in different books and not in order at all So I applaud this book of shorts.However, is this all the shor [...]

  21. The short stories and novellas in BLOOD IN HER VEINS form a compendium of the Jane Yellowrock world We are given background and insight into her early formative years as an investigator then vampire hunter and some other new material such as when Jane first shifted as an adult Plus with this book, it s handy having the previously published stories in order and one place which makes for a unified reading experience The new stories fill in the blanks for Jane in periods between the novels and exp [...]

  22. It s pretty simple If you ve ever read and enjoyed a Jane Yellowrock story, get this book If you like preternatural fiction, things that go bump in the night, and a fast pace get this book If you enjoy complex characters and well developed storylines get this book Are you intrigued by a tough, vampire hunting, Cherokee skinwalker who shares her life and adventures with Beast, the soul of a mountain lion Bottom linet this book I love that with the popularity of anthologies and crossover novellas [...]

  23. I am doing a larger piece in this book Friday on my blog But worth mentioning here that if you love the characters in Jane s world you will enjoy the insights into the world around her Doesn t disappoint.

  24. badbirdreads early review At A GlanceOne of the best anthologies I have read.The GoodI totally took this book to Jury Duty It was awesome.

  25. Even though I had already read most of these stories, they were all very good to read They are arranged chronologically, so all together, they give a good overview of the lives of Jane Yellowrock, her friends, employers and enemies Some of the stories refer back to events that happened in the novels, so I would say that this book would be better for those already familiar with the series I wouldn t go so far as to say it s necessary to have read the novels, but if this is your introduction to Ja [...]

  26. First, I love having all the shorts and back stories in one place Second, the two new novellas left me speechless In Cat Fight, Jane heads back to take care of some Cajun vamps and witches Jane learns something new about one of the Nolo vamps that raises some interesting questions In Bound No More, Jane has company Molly and Angie Baby are in town Some things Angie Baby has kept secret come out, and we see another side to the Kid You won t be disappointed If you are looking for a new series with [...]

  27. An omnibus of nineteen short stories in the Jane Yellowrock urban fantasy series revolving around a Cherokee skinwalker who slays vampires While based in New Orleans, Jane does travel between Louisiana and North Carolina.If you re interested, there is a chronological listing of the Jane Yellowrock books on my website.Series Chronology Wesa and the Lumber King , 0.1 The Early Years , 0.2 Snafu , 0.3 Cat Tats , 0.5 Kits , 0.5 Haint s , 0.6 Signatures of the Dead , 0.7 First Sight , 1.5 Blood, Fang [...]

  28. After finishing this book and thinking over all of the individual reviews I wrote for each of the nineteen stories, I decided that I m going to give this anthology five stars even though an average of the individual ratings would be less Some of the stories did make me both laugh and cry, after all And overall, it was a really very nice collection Wesa and the Lumber King 4 stars Read 05 04 2016.This was a story told from Beast s point of view, and it was very interesting because wesa Jane seems [...]

  29. Takes place in southeastern United States mostly near New Orleans There is a limited amount of Cajun patois and it is well done These stories and novellas feature shapeshifters, vampires, werewolves and law enforcers necessary to handle problems of these and other creatures I have not read any of the Jane Yellowrock series of novels, but I can say I prefer Faith Hunter s writing to that of Jane Austen.

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