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Trust is a luxury Anita can't afford when her allies aren't human. The city's most powerful vampire, Nikolaos, is 1,000 years old and looks like a 10-year-old girl. The second most powerful vampire, Jean-Claude, is interested in more than just Anita's professional talents, but the feisty necromancer isn't playing along--yet. This popular series has a wild energy and humor, and some very appealing characters--both dead and alive. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Zombies, vampires, lycanthropes... I was fully prepared to dislike this novel, but it really was well worth the read. I'm already on book 5 lolPublished 7 months ago by Christine
exciting, well written, full characters, some violence but well suited to the storyline, i throughly enjoyed this book and look forward to more of the same...Published 9 months ago by debra gregory
Once upon a time, before the Anita Blake series became cheap porn with well-endowed vampires and werethingies, there was "Guilty Pleasures."
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This book is very very good. everyone I know who has read it is now hooked on the series.Published on April 23 2006
HAVE L.K.HAMILTON'S COMPLETE SERIES ON "ANITA BLAKE VAMPIRE HUNTER' HER BOOKS WERE VERY BLOODY READS. Read morePublished on July 12 2004 by VICKY JACKSON
This book was slow-moving and had way to many pop references.Published on July 9 2004 by D. Sturgis
As the starting novel in the Anita Blake series, it was pretty good. Although, I couldn't get over the fact that she was scared all the time. Read morePublished on July 6 2004 by Amazon Customer
this is a wonderful book. it is the first in the series of Antia Blake. The men in this book like Jean-Claude and Phillip and our first introduction to Edward are great. Read morePublished on July 2 2004 by "chickadee125"
I just finished Guilty Pleasures last night and would definitely recommend it. The heroine, Anita Blake, is incredible smart, sarcastic, and witty.Published on June 24 2004 by B. Augustine