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Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand by Carrie Vaughn
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May 23, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: paranormal-romance
Read in May, 2009

Kitty the midnight-DJ-werewolf is getting married to her mate, Ben-the-lawyer-werewolf. It's too hard to arrange everything, so they decide to elope to Las Vegas. They invite her mom and dad, the very normal suburban couple.

Her manager arranges a tv show in the town that's all glitter and show. She meets the Master Vampire and is puzzled by him. She meets a magician whose magic is rumored to be real, and then there's the wild animal show that's got lycanthrope smell all over it. The hotel is running a gun show that is full of werewolf bounty hunters.

And then it gets interesting..........a heady concoction of suspense, unanswered questions, and nail biting adventure ending with a cliff-hanger. I'm really glad I have the next book already.

Kitty the werewolf continues to be a, hip, observant woman with a lot a smarts, street smarts and the rest. She is basically a nice girl from the suburbs who happens to be a werewolf who keeps getting mixed up with bounty hunters, vampires, and all the other beasties that go bump in the night and ... in the day.

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