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No Humans Involved (Women of the Otherworld, Book 7) [Mass Market Paperback]

Kelley Armstrong
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Medium and the Message May 1 2007
Format:Hardcover
Jaime Vegas is a woman who works hard for what she wants, and she's on the cusp of realizing all of her ambitions. She's got a good handle on her career, and her love life is...well....lets just say things are finally starting to look up.

The book opens with Jaime agreeing to participate in a television reality show with two other up-and-coming celebrity spiritualists. She's not thrilled about it, but she sees the program for what it is: an opportunity to land her own series. It all seems easy enough, until Jaime becomes aware of something more troubling than the run of the mill spectral encounters she's used to. Lurking around in the backyard of the house where the show is set, something dark and frightening is vying for Jaime's attention. With questions piling up and answers making themselves scarce, Jaime turns to friends for help in solving this most unusual of mysteries. With werewolf Jeremy Danvers at her side, Jamie travels from L.A, to Chicago, to Portland and back all in an effort to make sense of a ghostly puzzle. Along the way, she bargains with a dark witch, trades quips with a demon, and enlists the protection of an unlikely angel. But she'll need more than supernatural allies help her understand what is slowly beginning to look like a very 'human' crime.

Jaime's come a long way since her debut in Armstrong's 'Industrial Magic', and her voice in this new book is sassy, sexy and fun. Though she's got a few hang-ups to overcome, she's a definite contender when it comes to taking care of business. This book sees Jaime coming to terms with her checkered past and the darker side of her supernatural abilities. Readers will also be delighted by Jeremy's strong presence in 'No Humans Involved'.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the better books... Feb. 27 2010
By Avery Greaves TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Paperback
As soon as I read "Bitten", the first book in this series, I was grabbed. I had to honestly run out the next day and buy all of the remaining books in the series. My hands down favorite books in this series are the books containing the Pack (found predominantly in "Bitten" (book 1), "Stolen" (book 2), "Broken" (book 6) and "Frostbite" (book 10)). I personally find the Pack to be entirely enchanting, I cannot get Clay, Elena or Jeremy out of my head. When I read the other books in the series, "Haunted", "Dime Store Magic", "Industrial Magic", etc., I had a difficult time really getting into the books because I personally felt that I did not connect to the characters of Paige, Lucas, Jamie, Savannah, Eve, etc., as well as I connected to the wolf pack. However, this book changed this...

Jamie wasn't my favorite character by any means, she came off in the other books as the flaky necromancer who had a school girl crush on Jeremy. But after reading this book, she is actually growing on me a lot more (unlike Paige who I cannot wrap my head around even after reading 2 of her books). But then again, I may like this book more so because it involved Jeremy...

Regardless, I love the passion in Jamie and Jeremy's relationship, I find it to be more real than the relationship between Paige and Lucas, but not quite on par with Elena and Clay's relationship. I find it refreshing that Jeremy isn't always surrounded by his pack in this story, therefore letting his true character shine. We learn much more about Jeremy, even more than what is revealed about him in "Men of the Otherworld", though I still have no idea what his mother is and that aspect of him does play quite a large role in this book...
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4.0 out of 5 stars I can talk to dead people. Oct. 14 2008
By GinRobi
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Jaime Vegas is a true necromancer. She can raise the dead if she has to. She can see and talk to ghosts. Only problem is, she can't control seeing them. Constantly, everywhere, they see her, she pretends not to see them. Sure, she can deliver a message for them, but she can't figure out why they're dead, who killed them, what killed them, and would prefer not to even try. Now part of the interracial council, Jaime gives her feedback when it's needed and wanted. However, she still doesn't think they take her as seriously as she'd like them to.

Jeremy is a werewolf, the pack's Alpha. As the Alpha, he's constantly being protected, bodyguard and otherwise, for no one in the pack wants to lose him, and those not part of the pack wants to see him dead. This time he meets up with Jaime without protection, just `for a visit'. While he's slow at getting there, he wants her. He just doesn't want to put the risks on her of what a pack Alpha means; the constant need to be protected, always at risk, for the easiest way to get to Jeremy would be through Jaime. But she's been wanting him since they met, and this time Jaime is determined to get him.

On the set of an anticipated TV show, something strange happens. Seems ghosts are trying to get her attention, but she can't see them. She talks to them, but they don't seem to understand or hear her. And other than indistinguishable whispers, she can't understand them either.

With the help of mostly Eve, Kristof, Hope, Jeremy and Karl, they delve into the mystery, unable to understand why these ghosts are unlike those she's ever encountered and wanting to lay them to rest.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Very good
So true to her other books in this series...I would recommend it to anyone.
It is a really great series.
Published 5 months ago by Cindy
4.0 out of 5 stars Wowie!!
I love how every book gives you a look into the lives of each character and makes reference to other characters in the other books. I like how they are all intermingled. Read more
Published 13 months ago by catherine
5.0 out of 5 stars Super!
I love this book, same goes for the series, one hundred percent amazing and I can't wait to read the rest of her works
Published 18 months ago by simba
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!
This is a fun, exciting and fascinating book written by Kelley Armstrong. If you haven't read her "Women of the Otherworld" book, of which this is one, then you really need to. Read more
Published on Oct. 17 2011 by Pearl R. Meaker
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally-Jeremy has a mate
I love this series as well. Jeremy has fascinated me throughout the storylines and I am pleased that Kelly has graciously granted him a mate. Read more
Published on March 18 2010 by Sandy S.
3.0 out of 5 stars Nice
Strangely, it's the same artwork as The Dark Divine by Bree Despain. It's what drew me to buy it in the first place. I thought it was a sequel or something. Read more
Published on March 14 2010 by Catherine Lapensee
5.0 out of 5 stars finally insight into two intriguing characters
I won't sum up the plot since that has already been done. I will however like to say that I for one am delighted that we finally get to know more about Jeremy and Jaime. Read more
Published on July 12 2007 by L. King
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent addition to the otherworld series
While I have to admit that Jaime isn't my favorite character, I still enjoyed this new addition to the otherworld series. Read more
Published on June 26 2007 by A. Soares
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