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  • Needs some main characters back

    I’ve been along for the ride with Kim Harrison and The Hollows since the beginning… over 13 years now, so I could talk your ear off about the series. But you’re here to read about the latest, Million Dollar Demon, so here we go. My husband who has read the series from the beginning couldn’t finish the previous book, American Demon, saying he just couldn’t get into it. Well, I did and enjoyed the starting up of the series after years away. I was excited to read Million Dollar Demon, hoping to see Bis back in action and to finish up some story lines from the previous book. And while book 15 was good, I was a bit disappointed. First for the great… I’m liking the direction Harrison is going with Rachel’s housing situation and am interested to see how it progresses. And Harrison really is an excellent writer with great character development and wonderful descriptions of the Hollows. Some main characters were lacking in this book, but I am willing to wait another book or two… as long as they come back! And I do enjoy one of the newer characters that seems to be getting a stronger role in the books. Now for the big thing that was disappointing and the main reason I stopped reading the Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton, the main character's attraction to a vampire. It felt like a fourth of the book was Rachel trying to resist Pike’s vampire incense… and I don’t know why but incense just bothered me (totally a weird thing on my part and really won’t matter to most people…). Every time I read it, and there were a lot of instances, I would change it to vampire pheromones in my mind and it would take me out of the story. And I understand why their attraction was part of the story and it made sense, it was just mentioned sooo many times. I will keep reading and recommending the series, but am really hoping Rachel can control her desire for Pike’s incense in future books. And I’m mainly doing so to see what happens with one of the main characters that wasn’t in the book much.

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  • Page turner!

    Another best seller from kim harrison! She never disappoint! And i am a sucker for trent and rachel..Go Hallows!!

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  • Great For Long Time Fans

    There is always something to love about a new Hollows book. The immersive world building and charming characters always offer a new, somehow realistic take on this world, and I always come away thinking I've learned something new, and loving Rachel just a little bit more. What do I need to say about Rachel Morgan that hasn't already been said? She is still her strong-willed, big-hearted self, and continues to learn and grow as a person. Her enemies are quite a mix this time around: Pike is about as morally grey as they come, and Constance is horrifying. I thought the plot offered a unique challenge to Rachel, even as it followed the Hollows formula: Something simple explodes into something big, and there are deadly consequences until Rachel steps up to take charge. There are plenty of storylines left open for future books, and I'm certain Rachel won't be finding any rest any time soon. This series is great for long time fans who miss the colorful cast and want to see more of them. Even after so many books, it still has its charm and fun and excitement. I would recommend the entire series to anyone who is looking for top-notch, engaging, fun urban fantasy.

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  • Million Dollar Demon

    True to the previous Hollows excitement, the book was fantastic, kept you on the edge, did not disappoint. Hopeful that more Hollows editions will follow. Absolutely love reading about Rachel Morgan.

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  • Rachel vs Constance in the battle for Cincinnati

    Its Rachel vs Constance in the battle for Cincinnati (although really its Rachel vs Pike with Constance's part significant but she doesn't appear a lot). The outcome is surprising. Al seems to be relegated to a fairly minor role although the effects of his appearance are lasting. Hodin's role is increasing (even from American Demon). Bis is mentioned fairly often but nothing happens on that front. While Etude appears at the church it seems to have nothing to do with Bis and its more that he is there than that he does anything. Ivy appears only in a couple of telephone calls. Nina is mentioned but doesn't appear at all. It seems that Rachel and Hodin are the only ones interested in combining demon and elf magic. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. I'm also wondering how Kim Harrison is going to get us to the end of "Witch with No Name" (or is she hoping we forget about that?)

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