Guilty Pleasures (Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Series #1)

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Published over ten years ago by Ace, Guilty Pleasures marked the debut of a series that was destined to grow from cult favorite to a major New York Times bestseller. Now, for long-time Anita Blake junkies and newfound fans, Guilty Pleasures makes its trade paperback debut. Readers will learn how Anita Blake started raising the dead-and killing the undead. And how she met Jean Claude, the master vampire destined to become not only her biggest nemesis, but her greatest lover...

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Overview

Published over ten years ago by Ace, Guilty Pleasures marked the debut of a series that was destined to grow from cult favorite to a major New York Times bestseller. Now, for long-time Anita Blake junkies and newfound fans, Guilty Pleasures makes its trade paperback debut. Readers will learn how Anita Blake started raising the dead-and killing the undead. And how she met Jean Claude, the master vampire destined to become not only her biggest nemesis, but her greatest lover...

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What People Are Saying

Charlaine Harris
From the author of Grave Surprise and other mysteries:
The first book in Hamilton's long-running Anita Blake series, Guilty Pleasures, sets the tone for the whole bestselling line.... Laurell's trademark recklessness, imagination, and storytelling grip you by the scruff of the neck and never let you go.
Andre Norton
I was enthralled -- a departure from the usual type of vampire tale which will have a wide appeal to a reader hunting for both chills and fun.
P. N. Elrod
You'll want to read it in one sitting -- I did.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425197547
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 8/3/2004
  • Series: Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Series , #1
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 103,366
  • Product dimensions: 6.08 (w) x 9.04 (h) x 0.85 (d)

Meet the Author

Laurell K. Hamilton

Laurell K. Hamilton is a full-time writer and mother. Her bestselling Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter novels include Narcissus in Chains, Obsidian Butterfly, Blue Moon, Burnt Offerings, The Killing Dance, Bloody Bones, The Lunatic Café, Circus of the Damned, The Laughing Corpse, and Guilty Pleasures. She is also the author of A Kiss of Shadows and A Caress of Twilight. She lives in a suburb of St. Louis with her family.

Biography

The vampire genre has enthralled readers ever since Bram Stoker introduced a certain Transylvanian count over a century ago. Since then vampires have been used as vehicles for everything from romantic novels to erotica to humor to the expected tales of terror. However, very few writers have combined all of these facets of the never-say-die vampire quite the way that Laurell K. Hamilton has.

Hamilton has not always been under the spell of undead things that go bump-and-grind in the night. When she was a young girl, her literary tastes were a bit more on the traditional side. "I wanted to be Louisa May Alcott, who wrote Little Women, because I had never read any science fiction, fantasy, or horror," she confessed in a podcast on Mayor Slay.com. "Then at 13 or 14 I found Robert E. Howard's short story collection [Pigeons From Hell]. It was the first horror, the first heroic fantasy, the first science fiction I'd ever read, and the moment I read that I knew that not only did I want to be a writer, but this is what I wanted to write."

Furthering Hamilton's burgeoning fascination with the fantastic, she discovered Anthony Masters's The Natural History of the Vampire at her high school library. Coupled with the ghost stories her grandmother had told her when she was a child and heavy doses of Hammer Horror movies from Great Britain, Hamilton was well on her way to creating a character that would only be rivaled by Buffy in the field of vampire slaying.

Hamilton first introduced vampire huntress Anita Blake in her third novel Guilty Pleasures. Blake is an unlikely combination of action hero, federal marshal, "necromancer," and lusty dame. Her exploits between the sheets and in the graveyard won Hamilton a rabid following hungry for something new in the well-traveled vampire genre.

Along with the kinds of scares normally associated with vampire stories, Hamilton's books are notable for their unflinching eroticism. Vampires have had a sexual lure since Stoker, but Hamilton particularly draws that aspect to the surface of her work as one of her creatures might draw blood from a victim. "I [want] a kiss to be so believable it gives the reader shivers," she says on her website. "Two things I do well are sex and violence, but I don't want gratuitous sex or violence. The sex and violence is only as graphic as need be. And never included unless it furthers the plot or character development."

Another unlikely trait of her books is humor, vampire tales classically being of the more solemn sort. However, a writer weaned on a book titled Pigeons From Hell is not likely going to shy away from wit. Consequently, her books have been consistently entertaining and fun, as well as creepy and sexy.

Hamilton has also brought her delicious combination of sex, humor, and frights to another series, this one more ingrained in dark fantasy than horror. Her faerie princess/P.I. Meredith Gentry made her debut in Kiss of Shadows in 2001 and has since sparked her own crowd-pleasing sword and sorcery meets pulp series.

Increasingly, the Anita Blake and Merry Gentry books have added more sexual content to their story lines, classifying both series in a new hybrid genre that blends romance, erotica, and paranormal fantasy. To judge from Hamilton's consistent appearance on the bestseller charts, readers find the mix spellbinding.

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One thing you will never find in a Hamilton novel is a cliffhanger. She believes that cliffhangers unfairly tease readers who would then have to wait six months to a year to have some sense of resolution. As she said during an interview with Bill Thompson of Eye On Books, "Every book is a full meal. All the way from the appetizer to the dessert, so that you come away feeling that you've had an experience... and at the end you have that satisfied, full feeling."

Before Laurell K. Hamilton made a full-time career of blood, guts, murder, and mayhem, she had more humane pursuits -- she volunteered at an animal shelter where she played with unwanted pets.

In our interview, Hamilton shared some fun and fascinating facts about herself with us:

"I am incredibly stubborn. Telling me I cannot do something, especially if you cite the fact that I am a girl, will make me want to do it more and do it better."

"I am not my characters. We have some of the same traits in common, but we are very different people."

"Everything inspires me. Getting up in the morning, walking the dogs, watching a music video. Inspiration comes from everywhere."

"I love animals. I own four dogs, two of whom are rescues. In fact, Jimmy is with us because they were going to gas him if we didn't take him with us. As an older dog his chances of finding a home were fairly slim. But he has been a wonderful addition to our home."

"I like spending time with my family and friends. Something I often feel I do not do enough of. But there are only so many hours in a day."

"I like to read other people's works. I love reading cozy or historical mysteries when I can."

"I enjoy interacting with fans at planned public events. I enjoy talking to them and have met many wonderful people."

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    1. Also Known As:
      Laurell Kaye Klein (birth name)
    2. Hometown:
      St. Louis, Missouri
    1. Date of Birth:
      February 19, 1963
    2. Place of Birth:
      Heber Springs, Arkansas
    1. Education:
      B.A., Marion College
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2008

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    Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Series

    Ok--I do love vampires. Werewolves, too. So I was really excited to read this series and was left disappointed. The plot was all over the place with major chunks left out or it simply wasn't cohesive. Anita's character made decisions that made no sense and I found myself skipping over some of the big "fight" scenes because they lost my interest--the gore factor was superfluous and the fact that Anita got attacked every time she returned to her apartment got old very quickly. And all the taglines for this series promised it would be sexy and sultry, but those scenes were few and far between, or not even present. I bought & read the first 4 books and they didn't get any better, so I'm done. Kresley Cole and Gina Showalter write far more interesting, sexy, & funny fantasy/romance books--I would recommend those over the Anita Blake series.

    46 out of 67 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 27, 2009

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    Great Start

    The first book of the Anita Blake series was highly entertaining. I picked up this book originally because of Twilight withdrawal. The only thing Twilight and Guilty Pleasures have in common is the fact there are humans, vampires, and werewolves. That's about it. This book was positively addicting. Anita Blake is the type of characeter you hope to find in books. She is edgy, witty, and accessible. I wasn't expecting to be sucked into Laurell K. Hamilton's world so easily. After reading this, I immediately had to continue with the other books. I read nothing but the first nine in the Anita Blake series, and still working on reading through the rest.
    I reccommend this to anyone who like vampires, or werewolves. Anyone who is a Twilight fan or fan of similiar titles. As well as anyone who wants a fairly quick read that's simply entertaining.

    37 out of 40 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 23, 2009

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    Nice Introduction

    The world that Anita Blake lives in is a lot like our own. The one major difference is that vampires, lycanthropes, and other creatures that go bump in the night are real. Not only are they real, but they are legal. The city of St. Louis has a thriving vampire district. Anita Blake, the main protagonist of this great series of books, is an animator and part-time vampire slayer. She is quite good at both of her jobs and has earned the nickname the "Executioner" for the amount of vampire kills she has to her credit. She is also a consultant for the Regional Preternatural Investigation Team or RPIT. Anita's main job is working for Animators Inc, and using her birth given ability to raise the dead. Anita is small in stature, but makes up for it by being uncommonly standoffish and in your face. She is not afraid to use the Browning High Power that she keeps with her at all times. Anita is a great character. She anchors this series and is a great narrator. <BR/><BR/>Thre thrust of this first novel comes from old vampires, dubbed Master Vampires, being killed. Her normal enemies come to the Executioner for aid. They are at first rebuffed but Anita is soon convinced when someone she cares about is put in danger. Anita is skilled in dealing with the vampires. She knows not to look them directly in the eyes. She also keeps her gun loaded with silver bullets. The debut of this series is a quick read and introduces a few of the mainstays of the series. The cops who work in RPIT, Rudolph "Dolph" Storr, and the wisecracking Zebrowski, Anita's best friend and PI, Veronica "Ronnie" Sims, and of course, Jean-Claude, wanna be Master of the City of St. Louis, and otherworldly gorgeous. Anita is in immediate lust with him and that causes her quite a few issues. <BR/><BR/>This was a great, face paced read, that kicked off the series with a bang. If you're a fan of vampires or other supernatural fiction I would give it a shot. You won't be disappointed.

    22 out of 24 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 27, 2009

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    Guilty Displeasure!

    This was my first foray into Laurell K. Hamilton's work. I will not be persuing her work in the future. I am a big fan of both the paranormal and vampire genres, but I could not get past page 50 and ended up giving the book away in disgust. This book was very dark, and gross to the point where I couldn't stand it-and I'm a medical professional for pete's sake! When I have time to read, it is supposed to be a pleasurable experience, but this book and it's themes were far too noir for me to find any enjoyment in them. I know that Laurell is quite a prolific author and has many fans, but I will not join them. I just can't "go there". I am going to stick to Lara Adrian's Midnight Breed Series; this is about how dark I am willing to go. Her characters are intoxicating, the plotlines engaging and the writing is brilliant!

    19 out of 33 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2010

    Blah!

    I was really excited to read this book and get into another fun series. I love the Sookie Stackhouse books by Charlaine Harris and thought this series would be similar. I was SO WRONG! The story never caught my attention. The dialogue came across as forced and cheesy at times and I felt as if characters came out of no where with no introduction and then left again with no explanation. It just felt disjointed. I hate not finished a book so I forced myself to finish it but needless to say, I won't be continuing with the series.

    16 out of 21 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 25, 2010

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    NOT LKH'S debut book....

    This was an excellent book, but not her debut as the book description says. Her original debut book was Nightseer. Which was also and excellent book and the reason I picked this one up as well. I have read all of her books to date and must say that the early books were great, but they declined into nothing but sex as the "plot" (if you could actually find a plot in them).I will start reading them again if she returns to her original writing style.

    9 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 8, 2010

    Anita Blake

    I read up to Burnt Offerings (Book Seven) and I won't lie when I say I enjoyed the series (even though Anita pissed me off) but friends have told me that the series becomes about sex, orgies, and more sex (with maybe a hint of plot mixed in). If you're into that you'll love this series, but I decided to give up Anita s and move on. Laurell K. Hamilton is a great author, but she's just not for me. It's just a matter of opinion.

    Side-note: If you want to read a series that is a little bit less erotica (but still gory) try Kate Daniels.

    6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 18, 2010

    Not the best vampire novel out there...

    If you are into the whole "new" vampire era with books like Twilight, Sookie Stackhouse Series, Vampire Diaries, etc. This is not a good read for you.

    I really did not enjoy the main character. Hamilton tried to hard to make Anita come off as this hardcore feminist vampire hunter, it ended up fake and a little too obnoxious. There is no "romance" between her and the vampires... yet. There may be in the later books, but in this particular novel she basically hated them.

    The vampires were really poorly developed. They just came off as stupid, hateful, and no common sense.

    ITS NOT A VAMPIRE-HUMAN ROMANCE NOVEL, so don't read if that's what you want. Its about a vampire hunter, not a vampire lover.

    6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 11, 2012

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    I loved this book. very well written. Finished it very quickly

    I loved this book. very well written. Finished it very quickly

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 10, 2008

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    Anita kicks major vampire butt!!

    I don't remember how I found out about this series but I love the Anita Blake vampire hunter series. I love supernatural books that are set in modern day times. People know that vampires,were's,fae, and other magical things exist in the world. Anita Blake is a 5 foot 2 inches woman who knows her way around a weapon. She works for a place called Animator's Inc. Not only is Anita a vampire hunter, she is an animator as well. Which means, she can raise the dead from their graves. If Anita is not busy with vampire business or raising the dead,she also works for the police on cases that are about magical beings. There have been many killins lately of vampires. Until not too long ago, it wasn't illegal to kill vampires,but after much dispute Congress passed a law giving vampires the same rights as humans. So Anita gets hired by the terrifying head vampire of the city to track down the killer. As if Anita didn't have enough on her plate,try throwing off the advances of a powerful vampire Jean Claude who is as hot as he looks. I love the Anita Blake series. I've read all of them already and anticipating the next one that comes out sometime in 2009. The beginning of the books have low level romance. But beware that furhter into the series, there is a lot of graphic sex scenes. So if you have problems with graphic sex scenes or don't like any type of yaoi(maleXmale) i would not recommend this series to you. But if you don't mind you'll love these books!!!

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2008

    Guilty Pleasures - Not really my kind of book, sorry

    I've always wanted to read the Anita Blake series and the first book that caught my eye was the cover for Incubus Dreams. So I started reading the first book in the series and to be honest it just wasn't my kind of book. Maybe it was a bit too adult for my kind of reading. I gave it a shot. Here we meet the infamous Anita Blake who fights vampires and can raise the dead. But hey read the series for yourself and see whether its for you or not. Get it from the library first if you not sure whether to buy it or not. Got to hand it to Anita, she is one tough fighter.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2011

    First few are GREAT, then they get smutty...

    I really enjoyed this series until about the 6th or 7th book. Then there's just too much gratuitous sex. I'm not a prude, but I prefer the suggestion of sex and sexual tension more than outright erotica. I don't think that the sex scenes add to the story. In fact I think they take away from it. So if you get into these books just be aware, the series takes a turn for the erotica later on. Fine if you want erotica, not fine if you just signed on for fantasy.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 26, 2010

    First book read of Hamilton's, but not the last!

    I am a very big fan of all things paranormal and offbeat, and this book did not disappoint me at all! When this series was suggested to me, it was described as a more adult Buffy the Vampire Slayer. To a degree this is correct, but I feel as though the complexity of the story and the development of so many of the characters puts it in a more developed league than Buffy or even a lot of other paranormal stories I have read. I love the character, Anita, and how she is quirky and all together unique. She is not all flowers and sunshine, but she is also not all gloom and doom. She's her own fantastic mixture of many different traits. I definitely recommend this book for anyone that enjoys paranormal thrillers!

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2012

    Forever fan

    This is definitely a series to start reading. I absolutely love it. I was addicted once i started with this first novel. :D

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 2, 2011

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    Anita Blake 1- 4 Great! 5 - 16 oversexed. 16+ back on track.

    The first four books in this series are interesting. There is a balance of action, sensuality, and challenges to over come in the bid for power and Anita finding love. Then around book five she becomes a succubus. The result: books 5 - 16 are oversexed. So much to the point that I skipped entire chapters to get back to the plot and action. There was one book, somewhere in the middle that was just one hook up after another as Anita comes into her new power and identity. (And the one thing I can't stand: characters that whine and pine incessantly. I'm looking at you, male supporting characters!)
    I gave the series one more chance when I heard TED had made a comeback in Skin Trade. I was well pleased with a return to the the fully armed Anita I fell in love with (if not changed). I have read the first few chapters in Flirt and hope this continues. I still skip her hookups, after this long, I know exactly what the characters like.

    If you are overloaded with Vampires, in general or with this author, Hamilton's "Meridith Gentry" series is a refreshing change. The lead female is a bit softer, collects lovers much like Anita, and struggles to stay alive and come into her new power.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 22, 2010

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    Could not put it down

    I love reading books about vampires and really enjoyed this book. It was a very fast read and I could not put it down. From the first sentence of the booked I was hooked. The more I read the more I wanted to know. Anita (the main character) was an interesting. She always said what she thought and felt no remorse for it. The vampires in this book call her the executioner, because she is legally allowed to kill them if she has a court order. Not only is she a vampire hunter but she is an animator, which means she can raise the dead. The master vampire wants Anita's help to find out who has been killing powerful vampires in the city. In the beginning Anita does not want to help, because she doesn't want anything to do with them. However, she is forced to help and a fascinating story ensues. If you enjoy reading vampire and mystery books then this book is for you.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 3, 2013

    While Guilty Pleasures (and it's accompanying sequels) helped sh

    While Guilty Pleasures (and it's accompanying sequels) helped shape the urban fantasy genre, the novel just isn't good.

    The characters are very poorly written, the decisions they make little to no sense and the dialogue is cringe worthy. The author spends far too much time trying to make the main character clever and not enough time trying to make anything, anybody says sensible.

    The plot has no focus, spending the first half trying to be a mystery novel, in which the protagonist bounces from one area to another for reasons only apparent to herself, then the last half is paraded around as an action/thriller with some of the most dry fighting sequences I can recollect reading.

    Bottom line, your characters should be memorable and should make you want to build a relationship with them. The characters found in Anita Blake are either too bland or too over the top and at the end of the day, you just right don't care what happens to them.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2010

    Excellent Read!

    I bought this book with low expectations. I was in Twilight withdrawal and thought I would give it a try. I was very pleasantly surprised. It was suspenseful enough that I didn't want to read it alone at night before I went to bed, but it had passion and romance all mixed together in a world where vampires are real and werewolves walk among us. It was no more violent than most crime novels, and no more racy than a romance novel, but so much more interesting! I couldn't put it down. I have given it to many friends and their reactions are the same. They loved it. I couldn't wait to read the next in the series and am now up to #6. I highly recommend it!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 13, 2009

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    They could have been better.

    I have all of them in this Anita Blake Series and I just don't like all the sex. Im not a prude or any thing but when you get bored reading it all you know its to much. Now I love the Princess Meredith series. She did a good job in those ones. I usually feel if there is too much sex I can just skim over the pages and not read it and then it does not ruin the story for me but in the Anita Blake books you almost forget if there is a plot with all the sex its kindof wierd.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2013

    I was excited to read this book because everyone told me how fab

    I was excited to read this book because everyone told me how fabulous the Anita Blake series is.  However I found myself just bored. It was as though Laurell K. Hamilton just wrote whatever and than the last sixty pages realized &quot;Oh wait, I need a plotline.&quot; 

    I will not be pursuing this series further and would not recommend it to anyone else, either.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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