Some people just won’t stay buried…
Zara Lain, narcissistic vampire and assassin, cleaned up after a crazy warlock tried to build a vampire army, made some cash when the North American covens were left in shambles, got away when framed for the murder of a Demon Hunter, and dealt with some idiots who tried to jumpstart Armageddon. None of that could prepare her, however, for the moment when her lover of the undead persuasion awakens…
And promptly tries to kill her.
She’s raised a handful of orphaned baby vampires during the past six years and she knows the score: if they don’t get sane again, they have to be staked. And even if she can fix her would-be boyfriend, he’s not the only formerly deceased one in town who wants to kill her. Old enemies are back to put a cramp in her love life, ruin a good pair of heels, and just maybe end the world.
An apocalypse is nigh…and it gets a lot worse than having nothing to wear to the occasion.
Exhumed also contains the short story Fated, which follows witch/quarter-demon Mishka Thiering during the last week of her life.
This is also the fourth book in the series. Although this is the first full-length work to return to Zara as narrator, the characters and major plot points do crossover from book to book. It is best read after Hunter and Lineage (and Whiskey Sour introduces another bit player); without those books, this one will at best lose a lot of its impact and at worst be downright confusing. The books in the series aren’t standalone. Plus every time you skip the other books, Zara feeds a baby to her pet saber-tooth cat. Please, think of the babies.
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