No Humans Involved (Women of the Otherworld #7)
Readers around the world have fallen for Kelley Armstrong's intoxicating, sensual and wicked tales of the paranormal, in which demons and witches, werewolves and vampires collide—often hilariously, sometimes violently—with everyday life. In Armstrong's first six novels, Elena, Paige and Eve have had their way with us. Now get ready for Jaime Vegas, the l ...more
In this installment we get to (FINALLY) read about Jaime and Jeremy. I had been dying to read this book as everybody kept telling me it was the best in the series so far and I just needed to get to it fast. Now I only can say that I am devastated I gt through it so fat, but it was so good that I just could not control ...more
While filming for a tv show, Jamie finds out that the garden of the house were the filming takes place seems to be inhabitated by child ghosts. As the theory of human sacrifice for magical power gets further unraveled, Jamie needs all the help she can get.
This book can be read as a stand alone but readers might be confused by all the names brought up, because ...more
For some reason I feel like I would love being able to talk to ghost. I know "well if you actually had that power you'd hate it" or "well ghost don't exist" blah blah blah.
I'm talking about a theoretical thing here.
Just being able to speak to someone from a different time period would be so enlightening. But then you have the "never ever being alone" and probably perves watching you change... Ugh never mind.
Jaime makes it look livable and cool but also you can see the damage ...more
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, ...more
First of all, there's Jaime and Jeremy. Really, do I even need to say more? They've had my heart since that balcony scene in Paige's book and I've someh ...more
So fina ...more
I started this series and loved it but started skipping around not reading the secondary characters' stories. So although I have the book, I listened to the library's audiobook instead. I really enjoyed it. I loved seeing how Jaime Vegas (stupid name by the way) and Jeremy took their relationship to the next level while trying to solve a mystery. Good book. I'm planning on reading listening to the rest of the series.
At last! I feel like I have been waiting for a book for Jeremy and Jaime for ages! It makes me glad that I am reading this series well after they have all been published, waiting a year between installments would be torture. The last thing Jaime expected when she started doing a TV shoot in Los Angeles was to be haunted. Being a necromancer making a living as being a celebrity psychic she knows a thing or two about ghosts; however, these ghosts aren't acting as they should. Determined to get to ...more
Pas grand chose à dire sinon que c'est du Kelley Armstrong. Qu'il n'y a rien de nouveau sous le soleil, mais qu'au moins, le niveau reste le même...
Il est parfois agréable de pouvoir de fier à une série d'urban... On sait ce que l'on attend et l'on sait ce que l'on lira... Pas de mauvaise surprise... Une lecture "sécurité quoi!"
Bref j'ai aimé que l'histoire s'intéresse à J'aime et Jeremy et la trame de fond tient la route.
Un bon moment!
Ritual sacrifice of children <-----NOT fun.
Seriously. Quit killing kids already. It's tiresome.
At the center of the story is Jaime Vegas, a necromancer originally introduced in Dime Store Magic and who's been a reoccurring secondary character ever since. Jaime is in LA and participating in filming of ...more
I can't help but second guess myself every time I re-read a book. I somehow feel like I'm playing favourites and ignoring all of the other novels out there that I have yet to read once, let alone twice. Then I read the opening chapters of one of Kelley Armstrong's books and think "screw the other books". There's a reason why she's my favourite author and No Humans Involved reinforces that yet again. I loved watching Jeremy, the infallible alpha, stumble all over himself l ...more
NO HUMANS INVOLVED is the 7th full length novel in Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series. Featuring Jaime Vegas and Alpha leader Jeremy Danvers, No Humans Involved will see Jaime (finally) get her man or wolf, and we will see a side of Jeremy that we never knew existed.
As a television personality renowned for her ability to ‘speak to the dead’ necromancer Jaime Vegas was invited to participate in a live televised tapi ...more
The plot itself wasn't so bad, it could have even been eerily compelling, but Jaime's lack of power was a hindrance. Having read The Summoning prior to No Humans Involved, I had the benefit of being introduced to an incredibly p ...more
But things don't go as planned. Almost as soon as Jamie unpacks her things, she realizes there is something 'off' ...more
Yes! Finally! After 4 years Jeremy and Jaime got together! And to make up for the all the lost time they did it with a
Who knew Mr.Cool and Under Control Jeremy had such a wild sexy side.
I gotta hand it to Armstrong, she created a perfect chemistry between those two, it was a pleasure to read and definitely worth the wait. I was glad to learn more about Jeremy, he was always a bit of a mystery and Jamie is just the kind of a woman to break his quiet reserve. She was always one of my favorite ...more
In this 7th novel in the Women of the Otherworld series, we follow Jamie Vegas trying to free ghosts trapped between worlds. I loved Jamie's story and abilities, and of course her relationship with Jeremy is definitely hot. I think t ...more
I think that this book is the most frightening of all of them - it starts out not with one of her normal cast of supernaturals, but with a human teenager put in a nightmarish situation, and it gets scarier from there.
This book centers around Jamie Vegas, a necromancer (someone who can see and talk with the dead), and she has to solve a mystery while trying to remai ...more
This was much better than Bitten. The story moved along much more smoothly without all the stupid decisions.
I really don't have anything to say about it. It was okay. I don't think I'll really recall anything about it in a couple of months, though.
This was one of the books I didn't review after but WHILE reading it.
So, here it comes. The before and the after:
I started the first.. like three pages, then put the book down and read the blurb. Yes, I know I should have done that before, but I thought this was the book narrated by Hope (not that till now the real narrator would have been 'introduced'). Anyway, so this is the necro's book?
Kind of awkward. I mean.. she's crushing on Jer and he's.. ...more
At last! I feel like I have been waiting for a book for Jeremy and Jaime for ages! It makes me glad that I am reading this series well after they have all been published, waiting a year between installments would be torture. The last thing Jaime expected when she started doing a TV shoot in Los Angeles was to be haunted. Being a necromancer making a living as being a celebrity psychic she knows a thing or two about ghosts; however, these ghosts aren't acting as they should. Determined to get to...more
JAMIE AND JEREMY <3333333333333333333 HEARTS IN MY EYES FOREVER. FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What I really liked about this book (besides, um, EVERYTHING) was how much was focused on Jaime coming to terms with herself, her place in the supernatural community, and her own powers. I think anyone who spent enough time around Elena, Paige, Savannah, and even Cassandra would have their hangups about their usefulness and what they can really add to any kind of investigation, and just Ja ...more
The story roughly follows two story lines; the one in which Jaime is co-starring in a TV show, and the "supernatural mystery" storyline. In the backyard of the house they're shooting the show ...more
As always, reading a sequel to books in a series always leaves me feeling some level of apprehension. Will it measure up to how I felt about the past six books? Yes. Yes, it really did.
The first worry I had was after I read the blurb of the book and found it's narrated by necromancer Jaime. I love her character but I hadn't gone so far as to think she would be the main focus of one of the books in the series. I found myself real ...more
For a lot of reasons this was my favourite instalment of the series. I think part of it is that a lot of the couple in these books, are just kinda ‘wham’ then they’re together. I will be honest when saying that while I love the Otherworld series, there are a few couples that bored me to tears simply because there was no angst, no build up, no nothing. Jaime and Jeremy have quite a bit of build up over several books which I think made all the differ ...more
Today, she continues to spin tales of ghosts and demons and werewolves, while safely locked a ...more
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