Iron & Velvet

Iron & Velvet

eBook - 2013
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My name's Kate Kane, and when an eight-hundred-year-old vampire prince came to me with a case, I should have told her no. But I've always been a sucker for a femme fatale. It always goes the same way. You move too fast, you get in too deep, and before you know it, someone winds up dead. Last time it was my partner. This time it could be me. Yesterday a werewolf was murdered outside the Velvet, the night-time playground of one of the most powerful vampires in England. Now half the monsters in London are at each other's throats, and the other half are trying to get in my pants.
Publisher: Hillsborough, N.J. : Riptide Publishing, 2013.
ISBN: 9781626490482
Branch Call Number: eBOOK OVERDRI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor
Alternative Title: Iron and velvet


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Sep 12, 2017

This book was amazing. The way it casually and brilliantly engages with the tropes of the genre is fantastic. Characters are well developed and the world building is solid. The plot is beautiful, hanging together where you least expect it to.

Jul 19, 2016

This book successfully gives a Dashiell Hammett flavor to your not so typical supernatural comedy. It's a fantastic read that leaves you smiling or outright laughing through the book.

May 01, 2014

Rather boring and unctuous lesbian romp (rather graphic, be forewarned) thru supernatural London starring a masculine but female p.i. whose wittiness a la film noir and old p.i. stories usually falls flat and an 800 yr. old femme fatale dominatrix vampire prince and a host of other creatures who are so anxious to often share a bed with the p.i., who is no wonder accused of not doing her job. What could have been fun and worth finishing the book and investigating what is evidently a series is really rather tedious, I'm sorry to say.


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Jul 19, 2016

"Honestly. To breath life into inert matter is one of the deepest, most ancient, and most sacred mysteries known to theurgy. And I swear people only ever use it to make sexbots."

Jul 18, 2016

" "Oscar Wilde," he drawled, "wrote that a cigarette is a perfect type of perfect pleasure. It is exquisite and leaves one unsatisfied." He paused. "Wanker." "


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