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Must Love Hellhounds by Charlaine Harris
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Aug 25, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: anthology, adventure, dresden-files, fantasy, magic, humour, mystery, pnr, romance, satire, shifters-all-but-wolves, urban-fantasy, vampire, were-wolf
Read in September, 2009

for an anthology this was surprisingly good. Usually there is only 1 or maybe 2 stories in an anthology that most people really like, this one all 4 were interesting.

The Charlaine Harris story takes the 2 Britlingen bodyguards from All Together Dead (Sookie Stackhouse, #7) by Charlaine Harris Batanya and Clovache have returned home from their trip to our dimension and are about to head out on another job. They get to have fun and games protecting a thief who is sent to Hell (yes, THAT Hell) to steal something from Lucifer. Fun and games--and a little revenge for our girls.

Angels Judgment by Nalini Singh is the story of how the U.S. division of the Guild Hunters get their new Guild Leader.

Magic Mourns by Ilona Andrews is set in the Kate Daniels universe, with Archangels, demons, regular angels, vamps and weres. This is a story "featuring" Kate's friend Andrea Nash. Kate only appears in the story briefly, mostly to give advise on the phone.

Blind Spot by Meljean Brook is set in the Guardian universe. Former CIA, Senatorial bodyguard and now bodyguard to the Ames-Beaumont family, Maggie Wren (aka Winter to her employer) is out there trying to rescue the niece of her employer while protecting his nephew and trying to locate a former fellow-CIA operative who's execution she had faked several years before.

All 4 stories have hellhounds in them to some degree or other. I personally liked Sir Pup, as the one in the story by Meljean Brook was called. He had a wicked sense of humour.

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