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Kitty Rocks the House (Kitty Norville Series #11)

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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

~Reviewed by FRANCESCA & posted at Under the Covers Book Blo

~Reviewed by FRANCESCA & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog

"KITTY ROCKS THE HOUSE goes back to what I originally liked about this series!" ~Under the Covers

As I've mentioned before, I've found it difficult to enjoy some of the previous books in this...
~Reviewed by FRANCESCA & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog

"KITTY ROCKS THE HOUSE goes back to what I originally liked about this series!" ~Under the Covers

As I've mentioned before, I've found it difficult to enjoy some of the previous books in this series because of my fixation on what happened to Cormac and wanting and expecting his situation to be fixed. I have now, sort of, gotten over it. I'm not sure if it's because of that fact, or the plot of this book in general, but KITTY ROCKS THE HOUSE goes back to what I originally liked about this series!

Basically we have a new vampire in town, and a new wolf. The vampire is.... a priest, and he's looking to recruit Rick into their order. The new wolf wants to be part of the pack, or does he really? And in the meantime, they are all still waiting to deal with The Roman.

Kitty is not so much into her conspiracy theories this time around, and is also having to deal with the consequences of her lack of attention to her pack and to her family. She's still learning to be alpha and sometimes she gets it right, sometimes she makes mistakes. But in this book I believe she solidifies her connection to the pack. I have to also admit that Ben steps up a bit as her mate and as a strong alpha when needed, even though he's more beta than I like. But I've come to the conclusion that him being the way he is works perfect with Kitty, who is also not the take charge wolf either.

Cormac on the other hand was a big help and some of his old personaility came through just a bit. He does seem to be growing into his connection with Amelia and maybe this is something that can just help in the future.I am looking forward to seeing more of that and more of the old Cormac.

This was an extremely easy and fast read for me but had me gripped enough that I didn't put it down until I finished.

*ARC provided by publisher

posted by Under_The_Covers_BookBlog on March 29, 2013

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Hated it

I've read all of this series. This is the last one for me. Every character in this book behaved irresponsibly and wrongly, all stemming from the simple nosiness of the very unconvincing alpha, Kitty.

I have never believed in Kitty and Ben as alphas. Both are physica...
I've read all of this series. This is the last one for me. Every character in this book behaved irresponsibly and wrongly, all stemming from the simple nosiness of the very unconvincing alpha, Kitty.

I have never believed in Kitty and Ben as alphas. Both are physically too weak. I realize that the writer's premise is that physical strength is not the most important aspect of an alpha. I could be sold on that, but Kitty doesn'have the moral chops to support this. And Ben is, as ever, Mr. Bland, a true mediocrity.

Kitty's irons are, as always, hauled out of the fire by the talents of others. But simply being manipulative and incredibly nosy doesn't make any kind of leader, just a journalist (which she is, very convincingly). Bit not a werewolf alpha.

I still hold her responsible for Cormac's jail stint - pulling her irons out of the fire again - but it never occurs to her to feel the least bit of guilt. A relationship with him would have been much more interesting than one with boring Ben. Ms Vaughn has just gone down so many wrong roads with this series now, that I think I've had enough. I'll stick to Patricia Briggs and Ilona Andrews for werewolves I can believe in (ridiculous as that sounds).

posted by sansmerci on April 9, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2013

    tfay69

    i got my dildo stuck in my kitty cats butthole and now theres his poo poo on my dildo so i licked the caca off :))
    ~trisha

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    OK read

    Not very exciting story. Not totally boring. Kept my interest . Would recommend to buy if you are into this series. Which I am.

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    Posted April 8, 2013

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