Skinwalker. Skinwalker One of paranormal fantasy’s toughest heroines, Jane Yellowrock, debuted with a vengence A year ago Jane nearly lost her life taking. Jane Yellowrock is a Cherokee Skinwalker– one of the very last. She also shares her body with the soul of a mountain lion, Beast, as a result of accidental black. Jane uses her abilities for good as a hunter of rogue vampires, but the skinwalkers of real-life Native American lore are sinister figures best.
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Mass Market Paperbackpages. I don’t really like Beast, to be honest. I absolutely HATE it when authors try to polish and sparkle the existence of all things supernatural. Jane Yellowrock, a shape-shifting bounty hunter, is hired to hunt down a rogue vampire in New Orleans. I don’t want to tick off my friends.
She is supposed to be this super tough heroine but she starts acting like a bloody teenager and blushes furiously every five minutes.
Jane Yellowrock Series
You might get bored but at least there’s a good chance you’ll feel outraged about all this. They all OOZE sensuality. Then, half a novel later, there’s some flimsy explanation—in some cases, anyway—about that character’s actions and skinwaloer they weren’t all that bad and what? The job turns out to be a lot more difficult than either she or her employers, the vampire council, expected.
In grade school, she fell in love with fantasy and sifi, reading five books a week. Weres have announced their yyellowrock to the world, and revived the bitter tensions that run between them and their old enemies—vampires. He explains that he used to be Leo’s ‘Mercy Blade,’ a sacred position charged with killing young vampires who have gone insane. Jane Yellowrock is a shape-shifting skinwalker—and a rogue-vampire hunter for hire.
And she does human interactions I’m using “human” broadly! Between exploring the town in lion form, exploring the streets in human form, spying on secret rituals by other paranormal races and awkward but enlightening vamp soirees, the book takes one addictive turn after another.
Watching their back and forth argumentive banter is fun stuff.
Wants mate and kits. I have just used the last bag. I repeat, I liked it. I didn’t care about the rogue or who was doing the killing or who was getting killed. When a rogue starts killing civilized vampires and humans, Jane is hired by the Vampire Council of New Orleans to stop it by any means necessary. BTW – my best guess is 5 months. Updated January 24th Skinwalker was a good introduction to the world of Jane Yellowrock, skinwalker.
She doesn’t stop, doesn’t answer. I read this book only 10 days ago and can hardly remember the story.
But I must confess that I like the first book in the A. She knew little about her past, only that she was part Cherokee, and that she could shift into the form of animals. The only downside to Skinwalker for me was the pacing. I knew there was a reason I was unsure She has her strong opinions, but she is open-minded enough to think outside of her prejudices.
Book 2 in the Jane Yellowrock series. Are we supposed to like them all of a sudden? Like, sometimes Beast was all Me like to eat yappy dog! Jane Yellowrock is the last of her kind-a skinwalker of Cherokee descent who can turn into any creature she desires and hunts vampires for a living.
I think she took some uncharacteristic and stupid actions according to what she says to the reader in the narrative when she first meets Leo, the head of the council, but that could probably be explained by the newness of the experience.
There were many moments where I thought to myself, ” ooh, this looks promising… ” which is a promising occurrence in and of itself. But then, a plague strikes, one that takes down vampires and makes their masters easy prey… Read More.
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Books by Faith Hunter. A missing master vampire, presumed long deceased, is found chained in a pit…undead, raving mad, and in the company of two human bodies. I really am happy for you. Jane’s habit of giving nicknames is hilarious: Feb 27, Wanda rated it liked it Shelves: And even Laurell K Hamilton can describe mystical crap in a less annoying way than Jane’s “Beast” pov, which is as cheesy as it is unbelievable.
Jane Yellowrock is a shape-shifting skinwalker who always takes care of her own—no matter the cost