In this must-have collection of stories, experience nineteen thrilling adventures from the world of vampire-hunter Jane Yellowrock, including many fan favorites and two all-new novellas. Read about the first time Jane put the pedal to the metal in “The Early Years,” and the last thing a werewolf will ever see as Jane delivers justice in “Beneath a Bloody Moon.” Get a searing look into the pasts of some of the series’ best-loved characters: Beast in “WeSa and the Lumber King,” Rick LaFleur in “Cat Tats,” and Molly Everhart Trueblood in “Haints.”
In the brand-new “Cat Fight,” the witches and vampires of Bayou, Oiseau, are at war over a magical talisman—and Jane must figure out how to keep the mysterious artifact out of the covetous hands of the Master of New Orleans. And in the never-before-published “Bound No More,” Jane welcomes a visit from Molly and her daughter, Angie, who is about to prove she’s the most powerful witch in Everhart history....
From the Big Easy to the bad bayou, from the open road to a vampire’s lair—with Jane Yellowrock, it’s always a given: have stakes, will travel.
*New York Times Bestselling Author Kim Harrison
So why am I such a happy reader? Well firstly, there are nineteen short novella length stories here, so plenty of goodness to read at your leisure. Okay, some readers might have already read some (I’d previously read just two), but there are two brand spanking new additions to Ms Hunter's world that revolves around Jane but not every story is Jane's! Yes, we get to see through the eyes of her friends, which truly advances the world building and then of course, there is the introduction of Nell! Yes, a spin off series is scheduled for summer 2016 and the main character begins her journey in this anthology.
So if you love Jane and her Beast, you will want to get your hands on In Her Veins. If it's more information about Molly, Rick, Angie, or dare I say Ed, then this anthology is a must read. I thoroughly enjoyed being sucked in and getting to know even more about this motley assortment of characters and happily recommend this book to both old and indeed new readers.
I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review.