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Crossroads (Anna Strong Series #7)

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  • Posted July 31, 2011

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    This is an enjoyable Anna Strong, Vampire urban fantasy

    In Mission Beach, SDPD Detective Harris visits Anna Strong over odd anomalies involving two hundred year old DNA found in the fiery death of his late boss Warren Williams. She knows she is the "Chosen One" (see Retribution). However, she needs a little time to accept her destiny and grieve the loss of her mentor and the betrayal of her late lover. However, the battle against Chael the vampire is still on as the ancient one challenges her position as he believes vampires belong at the top of the food chain not roaches scurrying for food.

    Anna's former human lover Drug Enforcement Agent Max asks for her help to end the murderous terror of a rogue vampire. This Undead transports people across the Mexican border, but once stateside he drains the blood from his human cargo. Her partner David has found out some information about his lost weekend that Anna would prefer he not remember. Anna confronts Chael who implies he knows how she can return to being human, her fondest desire. To do so Anna must locate a Navajo shaman living as a hermit on a reservation. Chael also makes Anna realize he knows shapeshifter Daniel Frey has a young son that Anna fears the vampire or something else will target.

    This is an enjoyable Anna Strong, Vampire urban fantasy as the heroine's life keeps getting increasingly complicated. Besides dealing with vampires like Chael, the human trafficker and the late chief's wife, she also has issues with humans like Harris and David. However, this is nothing compared to what awaits the hero on the Navaho Nation.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2012

    Great series

    Love the entire series.

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  • Posted September 26, 2011

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    Read the whole series!

    This whole series has been great. Anna has really grown up, and realized what she has to do. The only thing I don't get is the situation with Williams, it was confusing. And I miss Max!!

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  • Posted July 27, 2011

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    Highly Recommended

    Cant Wait!! Love this Series!!

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