You can run from the grave but you can’t hideHalf vampire Cat Crawfield is now Special Agent Cat Crawfield working for the government to rid the world of the rogue undead She’s still using everything Bones her sexy and dangerous ex taught her but when Cat is targeted for assassination the only man who can help her is the vampire she left behindBeing around Bones awakens all her emotions from the adrenaline rush of slaying vamps side by side to the reckless passion that consumed them But a price on her head – wanted dead or half alive – means her survival depends on teaming up with Bones And no matter how hard Cat tries to keep things professional between them she’ll find that desire lasts forever and Bones won’t let her get away again


10 thoughts on “One Foot in the Grave

  1. says:

    You know how sometimes I choose to litter my reviews with innapropriate words or themes? Like Austin Powers taking a giant shit in my Guilty Pleasures review or my reoccuring use of the word 'balls' in my Shiver Review?Well the theme and word for the day is buttsecksAs in I was innocently reading One Foot in the Grave by Jeaniene Frost when the two main characters suddenly had buttsecksNow I'm a shameless wanton hussy with super magical slut powers just like any other girl but some things just kind of throw me off Like buttsecksButtsecksYes I'm not spelling it right on purposeCat has been working in her secret organization for four years and hasn't seen Bones since she dumped him when she suddenly finds herself the target of a bounty andWell I don't care about the rest because there's buttsecksLike the first book One Foot in the Grave contains a lot of sex action supernatural dudes and only moderate to light buttsecksButtsecksThe storyline is quite good with a clever little ending which contains absolutely no buttsecks at allThe whole story is a bit of a blur Tatiana tipped me off to the fact that there could possibly be buttsecks present Interested and ever increasingly perverted I decided to see how the author would pull it off and what the author would describe it like So basically for me this story started out with a beginning that was lacking in buttsecks buttsecks and the end of the story that was buttsecks freeNow I'm wondering why the author decided to do this Was it to be different? To recreate a norm? To show this as a normal part of couple's love lives that is often not spoken about?If it's the first then it almost certainly worked for me I've already used buttsecks thirteen times in this review and I'm almost certainly going to use it buttsecksIf she's creating a norm in fiction or to show a little seen side of secks acts that aren't talked about in polite society then I can't as a reader relate but I can appreciate her for her efforts It was certainly different I can't say that I found it a huge turn on to read about but luckily Frost threw in several other moments to kind of even it all offSo in closing buttsecksThat's all I have to say folksButtsecks