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Reading Hamilton's Harlequin gives me hope for the novels to come. In this 15th book, the author actualy come back to the reasons I enjoyed reading the serie to begin with: shifters and vampires' politics, power battles and some slaying. I agree with many who said that the last novels were more about Anita's emotional and sexual maze than anything else.
In Laurell Hamilton defense, I'll say that after reading The Harlequin I've come to put those novels in perspective. I think that, since Anita gained the ardeur, it all have been about her growing powers, its nature (which is sexual thanks to Belle Morte bloodline) and the chain-reaction of consequences that is a result of that… Read more