Urban Fantasy Review: Devil to Pay by Jeaniene Frost

Devil to Pay (Night Huntress, #3.5)

Devil to Pay by Jeaniene Frost
Series: Night Huntress
ISBN: 0062106333
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Release date: August 23rd 2011
Number of pages: 100
Source: Bought

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Blake Turner had it all—until a demon decided to take residence in his soul. Plagued with constant black outs and a trail of dead bodies in his wake, Blake thinks vampire Elise is his best chance at ending the nightmare. It’s just too bad he’s fallen in love with the gorgeous vamp right before he has to die… Featuring characters from New York Times bestselling author Jeaniene Frost’s Night Huntress world. (Originally appeared in Four Dukes and a Devil anthology)



This novella was a little different for me but I enjjoyed. There’s not much of Bones and Cat, we have mostly a new vampire named Elise trying to save a human from certain death, sounds completely off the series, but we also have Mencheres helping and I decided he sounds like a normal vampire and after the events from the war, he’s not so bad. I’m not dying of love for Elise or Blake, because they are nothing compared to Bones or Vlad, but this was a nice story and more from the Night Huntress world.

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Series in Order

#0.5 – Reckoning
#1 – Halfway to the Grave
#2 – One Foot in the Grave
#2.5 – Happily Never After
#3 – At Grave’s End
#3.5 – Devil to Pay
#4 – Destined for an Early Grave
#4.5 – Magic Graves
#5 – This Side of the Grave
#6 – One Grave At a Time
#6.5 – Home for the Holidays
#7 – Up From the Grave (Expected publication: January 28th 2014)

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