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Divine Misdemeanors by Laurell K. Hamilton
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Dec 20, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: urban-fantasy, mystery, paranormal-mystery, paranormal-romance, erotica

This is book 8 of Laurell K. Hamilton's popular urban fantasy fairy series, Meredith Gentry. I'm a huge fan of this author, and I love everything she writes, so yes, this review is bias. If you don't like explicit sex scenes in books, then LKH's books are not for you. This book takes place in L.A. over the course of a couple weeks in the middle of Meredith's first trimester of her pregnancy. She's working for the Gray Detective Agency again, helping to support the 100 or so fairies that came back to LA to stay with her. This time, she gets called in on a murder case by the police - fairies are being murdered in sick and twisted ways. Eventually, they solve the case, but not before several side stories are introduced. As usual for this series, Merry brings about some really amazing divine interventions (the Godess works through her to rebuild Fairy). There's also some interesting glimpses into her home life, and the clear impression that Merry is realizing that she can't walk away from the crown - her people need her.
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