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In Have Stakes, Will Travel, readers get a chance to go deeper into the thrilling world of skinwalker and vampire hunter Jane Yellowrock. In “WeSa,” the Beast who lives inside Jane watches as her hunting grounds become prey. In “Haints,” Jane and her best friend, witch Molly Trueblood, are hired to investigate mysterious paranormal phenomena—and the evil they find brings a n In Have Stakes, Will Travel, readers get a chance to go deeper into the thrilling world of skinwalker and vampire hunter Jane Yellowrock. In “WeSa,” the Beast who lives inside Jane watches as her hunting grounds become prey. In “Haints,” Jane and her best friend, witch Molly Trueblood, are hired to investigate mysterious paranormal phenomena—and the evil they find brings a new meaning to the words "haunted house". “Signatures of the Dead” tells the story of the vampire massacre that made Jane Yellowrock a household name. And in “Cajun with Fangs,” Jane makes a new friend who turns out to have old enemies, and finds herself drawn into a vicious blood feud, fueled by dark magic and ancient grudges.


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In Have Stakes, Will Travel, readers get a chance to go deeper into the thrilling world of skinwalker and vampire hunter Jane Yellowrock. In “WeSa,” the Beast who lives inside Jane watches as her hunting grounds become prey. In “Haints,” Jane and her best friend, witch Molly Trueblood, are hired to investigate mysterious paranormal phenomena—and the evil they find brings a n In Have Stakes, Will Travel, readers get a chance to go deeper into the thrilling world of skinwalker and vampire hunter Jane Yellowrock. In “WeSa,” the Beast who lives inside Jane watches as her hunting grounds become prey. In “Haints,” Jane and her best friend, witch Molly Trueblood, are hired to investigate mysterious paranormal phenomena—and the evil they find brings a new meaning to the words "haunted house". “Signatures of the Dead” tells the story of the vampire massacre that made Jane Yellowrock a household name. And in “Cajun with Fangs,” Jane makes a new friend who turns out to have old enemies, and finds herself drawn into a vicious blood feud, fueled by dark magic and ancient grudges.

30 review for Have Stakes, Will Travel

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads-no-more

    We Sa and the Lumber King - 4.0 stars FIRST, I'm not sure there's a more perfect example of Beast vs. Jane than this one: Night vision came as sunlight left. Earth turned into silvers and greens and grays. Liked this time of day/ night. We sa called it beautiful. I called it safe. Moving on. If you're a longtime reader of Jane, you know there are periodic references to the Hunger Times. This is a (very) short story from Beast's POV as she tries to get rid of the humans destroying her natural habitat We Sa and the Lumber King - 4.0 stars FIRST, I'm not sure there's a more perfect example of Beast vs. Jane than this one: Night vision came as sunlight left. Earth turned into silvers and greens and grays. Liked this time of day/ night. We sa called it beautiful. I called it safe. Moving on. If you're a longtime reader of Jane, you know there are periodic references to the Hunger Times. This is a (very) short story from Beast's POV as she tries to get rid of the humans destroying her natural habitat. Beast is . . . Beast. *snickers* We also get a peek at baby Jane, who hasn't yet found her way back to human form after melding with Beast. Haints - 4.0 stars HAINTS is one more reason why vampires and witches shouldn't mix. o.O This one is told from Molly's POV, which is awesome b/c we get to see Jane through her eyes (ALSO b/c Molly). Evan is on hand as well, and as he's not hating on Jane, that's fun, too. Two word summary: WEIRD magic. ALSO, there are several Easter eggs hidden for true Jane aficionados. Signatures of Death - 4.0 stars You know that job Jane had prior to hitting New Orleans? The one where she nearly got her throat ripped out? The one where some kid got her on video with her eyes glowing? This is that story. It's not pretty. But dealing with rogue vampires rarely is. Good thing we have Jane. Cajun with Fangs - 3.5 stars This one is a Hatfields and McCoys scenario played out by vampires and witches in the bayou. Jane gets tricked into helping moderate a dispute, and by "tricked" I mean clocked with a heavy object. Pretty standard as far as these types of things go, BUT most of the involved parties have fantastic Cajun accents, and I do love me a good Cajun accent.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Marianne

    An uneven collection of short stories from the Jane Yellowrock universe. WE Sa AND THE LUMBER KING was told from Beast's POV. I usually adore her voice, but this story was far too short to add any interesting details to Jane's lonely and feral childhood existence, all alone in the wilderness. 2 ☆ The next two novellas were told from Molly's POV. In HAINTS, we learn how one witch's disappearance, a hungry vampire child and a haunted house are connected. Not bad, but not great either. 3 ☆ SIGNATURES An uneven collection of short stories from the Jane Yellowrock universe. WE Sa AND THE LUMBER KING was told from Beast's POV. I usually adore her voice, but this story was far too short to add any interesting details to Jane's lonely and feral childhood existence, all alone in the wilderness. 2 ☆ The next two novellas were told from Molly's POV. In HAINTS, we learn how one witch's disappearance, a hungry vampire child and a haunted house are connected. Not bad, but not great either. 3 ☆ SIGNATURES OF THE DEAD tells us how Jane became the famous household name she has become. Unfortunately, I foubd the story a little underwhwlming. Meh. 2.5 ☆ CAJUN WITH FANGS was by far my favorite novella. In Jane's Cajun adventure, she's made aware of two long feuding families and their vampiric Romeo and witchy Juliet. Luckily, it ends on a happier note than Shakespeare's famous play. This one I liked. 4 ☆ Is it too much to ask for a novella from Let's POV at some point? )Now THAT would be interesting... ;-)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Delta

    3.5 stars

  4. 5 out of 5

    Maria Dimitrova

    Actual rating 3.75 averaged for all 4 stories. WeSa and the Lumber King: 4 stars Haints: 3 stars Signatures of the Dead: 4 stars Cajun With Fangs: 4 stars Actual rating 3.75 averaged for all 4 stories. WeSa and the Lumber King: 4 stars Haints: 3 stars Signatures of the Dead: 4 stars Cajun With Fangs: 4 stars

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jen Davis

    Faith Hunter continues her tradition of sprinkling anthologies between her Jane Yellowrock full-length releases with this collection. I like the way some of the prequel stories she writes help enrich the world-building. In this group, I especially enjoyed “Signatures of the Dead.” Here’s a look at the stories included. We Sa and the Lumber King – I have to question what the point of this story was, unless it’s just to please fans who enjoy the voice of Beast. There is very little to this, just a Faith Hunter continues her tradition of sprinkling anthologies between her Jane Yellowrock full-length releases with this collection. I like the way some of the prequel stories she writes help enrich the world-building. In this group, I especially enjoyed “Signatures of the Dead.” Here’s a look at the stories included. We Sa and the Lumber King – I have to question what the point of this story was, unless it’s just to please fans who enjoy the voice of Beast. There is very little to this, just a couple of pages from Beast’s POV while Jane was a little girl who lived in her mind. We get Beast’s perspective on the white men who are cutting down the trees and destroying her home. And then Beast kills the leader. The end. I didn’t get much out of it. Haints – This story made up for the first one, giving us an action oriented tale told from Molly’s POV. It’s set before Skinwalker. Molly has been tasked to get to the bottom of a haunted house and she drafts Jane to help her. I don’t want to give too much away, but it’s a pretty cool story involving magic, a vampire, a witch, and a pocket universe. We also get some quality time with Evan and a visit with Angie Baby. I liked this one. Signatures of the Dead – The events of this story are referenced often in the series. It’s the vampire case that made Jane Yellowrock a well known vamp-killer. A rouge group of vampires is on a killing spree and Molly and Jane are on the case. No one is safe from the vampires’ blood hunger and gleeful violence. Even one of Molly’s sisters becomes a victim. When Jane, Molly, and a police officer friend named Brax go into an abandoned mine to confront them, the results are bloody and the lives of the survivors will never be the same. This story kicked ass. We get to see Jane and Molly both doing what they do best. And we know it’s pivotal to where Jane’s life will go. You don’t want to miss this one. Cajun With Fangs – Eh, this one was ok. It’s set just after Raven Cursed, though it doesn’t really draw much from that book. Jane is on her way back to New Orleans when she has bike trouble and has to stop in a small bayou town. She discovers quickly that there is a war going on between the vampires and witches there and she gets drawn in, despite her best efforts. It ends up something like a supernatural Cajun Romeo and Juliet. Being from New Orleans, the coon-ass accents kind of grated on me. The story itself was fair. I could take it or leave it. There’s also an extended preview of Death’s Rival. As always, the stories are short, but for the most part they are entertaining and are good for fans looking for a bit more of a Jane Yellowrock fix. Rating: B

  6. 4 out of 5

    Laura (Kyahgirl)

    4/5; 4 stars; A- This is a compilation of four short stories, woven in amongst the main story arc for the Jane Yellowrock series. 1. WeSa and the Lumber King: 3 stars This is a short, short story, told from Beast's POV. It takes place when Jane was very young, around the turn of the century. Beast observes the destruction of her habitat due to the influx of loggers...she is not happy! 2) Haints: 4 stars This short story is told from Molly Trueblood's POV and chronologically it is before book 1, Skinw 4/5; 4 stars; A- This is a compilation of four short stories, woven in amongst the main story arc for the Jane Yellowrock series. 1. WeSa and the Lumber King: 3 stars This is a short, short story, told from Beast's POV. It takes place when Jane was very young, around the turn of the century. Beast observes the destruction of her habitat due to the influx of loggers...she is not happy! 2) Haints: 4 stars This short story is told from Molly Trueblood's POV and chronologically it is before book 1, Skinwalker. Its a bit confusing when you are used to all the stories coming from Jane or Beast but its a chance to see Jane through Molly's eyes. Jane, Molly, Evan, and policeman Brax foil a murderous vamp trapped in time and 'haunting' an old house. 3) Signatures of the Dead: 5 Stars Another short story told from Molly's perspective in the time before Skinwalker. This was the first thing I had read in the Jane Yellowrock world when it was published in the anthology Strange Brew. This was an excellent intro to Jane, the Vampire hunter, the witches, and a bit of vampire lore. 4) Cajun with Fangs: 4 stars This short story takes place between books 4 and 5, and . Its told from Jane's POV and is a hilarious side trip into a vamp/witch war on the Bayou. Derek and crew are part of the story.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn F.

    Anthology. 3.5 star average 1. We Sa and the Lumbar King. Story about Jane and Beast when Beast was in control. Short and intentionally not sweet. 3 stars 2. Haints. For some reason, I thought this short story was too long. Maybe I didn't like that Jane wasn't the narrator of the story. That's probably it. 3 stars. 3. Signatures of the Dead. Jane Yellowrock is not the main character, her friend Molly is. Very, very gruesome. Child rape and murder. 3 stars. 4. Cajuns with Fangs. This was a really goo Anthology. 3.5 star average 1. We Sa and the Lumbar King. Story about Jane and Beast when Beast was in control. Short and intentionally not sweet. 3 stars 2. Haints. For some reason, I thought this short story was too long. Maybe I didn't like that Jane wasn't the narrator of the story. That's probably it. 3 stars. 3. Signatures of the Dead. Jane Yellowrock is not the main character, her friend Molly is. Very, very gruesome. Child rape and murder. 3 stars. 4. Cajuns with Fangs. This was a really good story. Most of the other short stories I have read from this series have been so sad/sick but this one was perfect. Loved it! 5 stars

  8. 5 out of 5

    Fangs for the Fantasy

    This is a collection of four short stories largely from the early days of Jane Yellowrock’s history – and it does a great job of filling in a lot of Jane’s history and relationships that were already established before the series began – particularly with Molly The series pretty much began with Jane and Molly as great friends – especially with Molly providing a lot of magical expertise and support for Jane since Molly is a witch. Now the series has never treated Molly as a servant and help has go This is a collection of four short stories largely from the early days of Jane Yellowrock’s history – and it does a great job of filling in a lot of Jane’s history and relationships that were already established before the series began – particularly with Molly The series pretty much began with Jane and Molly as great friends – especially with Molly providing a lot of magical expertise and support for Jane since Molly is a witch. Now the series has never treated Molly as a servant and help has gone both ways, but it’s still nice to see the foundation of this relationship and what made these two highly secretive, careful women who are very wary of revealing their supernatural nature to others came to share so much together. Haints the second story in the book does a good job of showing some of the initial overtures – we hear how Jane and Molly first met (with Jane protecting Molly from witch haters) and we see Jane helping Molly deal with a ghostly problem – and getting Molly a good income stream, preventing people taking advantage of her. It also excellently showed off Molly’s power and skill as a witch which I really liked. This is increased further with Signature of the Death with Jane riding to the rescue of Molly’s family facing down rogue vampires. This is also an event that is frequently referred to throughout the main series, Jane facing down a while nest of vicious rogue vampires and taking them down while being terribly injured in the process. Again we see the foundation of this excellent relationship between the two and the respective strengths of each of them. It’s also a nice expansion of an event There is one problem with this – while I love reading this story of how Jane and Molly came together, how they fought together and how this put them in such a solid place together by the beginning of the series, it also boggles me that Evan, Molly’s husband, has been so hostile to Jane for so long. Ok there are events later in the series that explain the rift, but given the events in this book my gods the Everhart family owes Jane some more consideration. She has done a lot for that family and really, she has earned a damn site more respect and patience from them. Really really she has. It kind of has damaged the way I look at the Everhearts now because their expanded history really makes them look terrible. I’m saddened that my opinion of these characters has now been badly shattered. Read More

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mello ❣ Illium ✮Harry✮ ☀Myrnin☀ Torin Ichimaru

    Nice collection of short stories. The first two told from Molly's POV were hard to read. We get to see Jane through her eyes, but mostly it just kept reminding of the great relationship that Jane had with Molly and her family that she no longer has because of the things that happened at the end of Raven Cursed. I loved seeing the friendship when it was still somewhat newish in the first story and then again in the second one where we get to find out what happened that day Molly and Jane went int Nice collection of short stories. The first two told from Molly's POV were hard to read. We get to see Jane through her eyes, but mostly it just kept reminding of the great relationship that Jane had with Molly and her family that she no longer has because of the things that happened at the end of Raven Cursed. I loved seeing the friendship when it was still somewhat newish in the first story and then again in the second one where we get to find out what happened that day Molly and Jane went into that cave. The third story was a bit on the light side, but it had it's moments. Plus, a phone convo with Bruiser and Leo (Leo!) that me happy. The story ended up being kind of cute, though. I enjoyed it. It

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sandra

    $2.99 WeSa and the Lumber King - Haints - told from the point of view of Molly Signatures Of The Dead (Faith Hunter) 4.5 stars - (Skinwalker #0.5) The POV in this is from Jane's witchy friend, Molly, but Jane still plays a big role. I love this series, highly recommended. A group of rogue vamps killed a family near where Molly and her family live, and their cop friend, Brax, has asked her to help him find them using her Earth Witch powers. Good action as usually, but it was nice to see things from $2.99 WeSa and the Lumber King - Haints - told from the point of view of Molly Signatures Of The Dead (Faith Hunter) 4.5 stars - (Skinwalker #0.5) The POV in this is from Jane's witchy friend, Molly, but Jane still plays a big role. I love this series, highly recommended. A group of rogue vamps killed a family near where Molly and her family live, and their cop friend, Brax, has asked her to help him find them using her Earth Witch powers. Good action as usually, but it was nice to see things from a different perspective. Cajun with Fangs - This is the one I read this book for. It serves as the lead-in to Death's Rival.

  11. 5 out of 5

    ♆ BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme

    Reading this collection of short stories gives a nice view of how other characters relate to Jane. What surprised me most is how much Big Evan liked Jane in this collection. I'm so used to him hating Jane that it took me aback. While many of the points of view aren't from Jane, it still felt the same. The female voice is no different. There is very little to distinguish between Jane and Molly. I'm finding more and more authors with characters who are identical with just another name. It must be Reading this collection of short stories gives a nice view of how other characters relate to Jane. What surprised me most is how much Big Evan liked Jane in this collection. I'm so used to him hating Jane that it took me aback. While many of the points of view aren't from Jane, it still felt the same. The female voice is no different. There is very little to distinguish between Jane and Molly. I'm finding more and more authors with characters who are identical with just another name. It must be very difficult to come up with different characters with unique voices. Still, this is a good collection for those who enjoy urban fantasy.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Carrie (Book Fairy) Fort

    I loved the stories of Molly! I really like her!I also loved seeing Jane have some fun!! another great story! Can't wait until Death rival

  13. 4 out of 5

    Haz

    These short stories were awesome! The last one was unexpected but amazing

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    Have Stakes, Will Travel is a collection of four short stories from the Jane Yellowrock series and written by Faith Hunter, which was collected and published after Raven Cursed, but three of the four stories takes place before Skinwalkter, the first book. To avoid spoilers, it is best to read this anthology after Raven Cursed as there is one story "Cajun With Fangs" takes place some time after the fourth book. For the most part, I really like these short stories, while one does not really need to Have Stakes, Will Travel is a collection of four short stories from the Jane Yellowrock series and written by Faith Hunter, which was collected and published after Raven Cursed, but three of the four stories takes place before Skinwalkter, the first book. To avoid spoilers, it is best to read this anthology after Raven Cursed as there is one story "Cajun With Fangs" takes place some time after the fourth book. For the most part, I really like these short stories, while one does not really need to read this book to continue with the series, it is highly worth it, to get the greater sense of the Jane Yellowrock universe. All the short stories were written well and comparatively speaking about the same level of enjoyment for me. All in all, Have Stakes, Will Travel is a wonderful collection of short stories that expands and strengthens the fictional universe. It expands the stories of major characters and relationships in the series.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    In Have Stakes, Will Travel, readers get a chance to go deeper into the thrilling world of skinwalker and vampire hunter Jane Yellowrock. In “WeSa,” the Beast who lives inside Jane watches as her hunting grounds become prey. In “Haints,” Jane and her best friend, witch Molly Trueblood, are hired to investigate mysterious paranormal phenomena—and the evil they find brings a new meaning to the words "haunted house". “Signatures of the Dead” tells the story of the vampire massacre that made Jane Yell In Have Stakes, Will Travel, readers get a chance to go deeper into the thrilling world of skinwalker and vampire hunter Jane Yellowrock. In “WeSa,” the Beast who lives inside Jane watches as her hunting grounds become prey. In “Haints,” Jane and her best friend, witch Molly Trueblood, are hired to investigate mysterious paranormal phenomena—and the evil they find brings a new meaning to the words "haunted house". “Signatures of the Dead” tells the story of the vampire massacre that made Jane Yellowrock a household name. And in “Cajun with Fangs,” Jane makes a new friend who turns out to have old enemies, and finds herself drawn into a vicious blood feud, fueled by dark magic and ancient grudges. Enjoyed these short stories, Jane did not seem to be dealing with the "it is all my fault" attitude that tends to annoy me in her books. Also no Rick with I really liked as well.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Having only recently discovered the Jane Yellowrock series, I made it to book 9 before stumbling across the reading guide and realising there was a plethora of short stories available, and from other characters POV's as well! I'm so thrilled!!!! Making my way through all of these before I move onto the main books again. This collection contains stories from Beast, Molly's and Jane's POV. I love reading anything from Beast, so even though that story was super short, it was still fun to read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Paul Sabin

    Excellent collection of Jane Yellowrock Shorts! This is a very well-written collection of short stories about Jane Yellowrock and her best friend the witch couple Everharts. It expounds on an event in Jane's past that is referenced a number of times in her novels. It also gives insight into different time periods in Jane's past. A very worth while read for every Jane Yellowrock fan!

  18. 4 out of 5

    greeneyes9999

    Awesome collection of short stories! I enjoyed all the short stories! It was so much fun to see some early Jane history! The last story was the best of them all! Who would ever think Jane and a rogue Clanmaster would be discussing the kinds and quality of different types of tea! Sorry I’m a tea gal myself but gotta be a mug and not a dainty cups!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amber Carpenter

    I love Jane stories I love I want the Jane yellowrock story and this is no exception I really really enjoyed the stories from Molly's point of view I like the best it's nice to see Jane from another's point of view. Though I think my overall favorite was the last story in the bunch it was an unexpected twist plot and u loved it highly recommend it.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sandradine

    These only confirm just how special a heroine Jane is. I really have a soft spot for her and 'Haints" is my favorite out of these short stories... On to the next book in the series (that would be "Broken Soul") Yeees!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Saleena Davidson

    Love reading Jane Yellowrock novels, and this collection of short stories was fun, and it filled in some gaps and allowed the reader and writer to explore some other character points of view. Nicely done!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Brien

    I read (listened to) the four short stories that are in this volume separately.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Evelyn E Hart

    Great short stories Enjoyed reading these novellas. They were great short stories and easy to read and pick up and put down depending on your time

  24. 5 out of 5

    Elena Linville

    Fun little collection of short stories based in Jane Yellowrock's world. All stories happen before book 5.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Joe

    The bibliography page is spot on, as we get some very interesting back stories of Jane/beast and various events in her world. A MUST READ!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dichotomy Girl

    3.5 Stars

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy

    I quite liked it. I found the short story format worked very well having read a few books in the universe already.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Fun short stories to elaborate the universe, but they're not something to read if you aren't already into the series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jose F. Hernandez

    Nice shorts Stories hinted at in other novels are nice to have read. This let readers know the background of people in Jane's life.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lila

    "WeSa and the Lumber King" This is a short story, told from Beast's pov in Hunter's, already recognizable style. It covers an event from period of time Jane doesn't remember; when Beast was in charge. This story doesn't add too much to a complete series, but it answers one significant question everyone who read series wondered about at some point: Is every type of meat on Beast's plate? :) It's too short for me to rate it on basis that would give much credence to it, so I'll stick to saying: if you "WeSa and the Lumber King" This is a short story, told from Beast's pov in Hunter's, already recognizable style. It covers an event from period of time Jane doesn't remember; when Beast was in charge. This story doesn't add too much to a complete series, but it answers one significant question everyone who read series wondered about at some point: Is every type of meat on Beast's plate? :) It's too short for me to rate it on basis that would give much credence to it, so I'll stick to saying: if you are fan of Beast's pov in novels- then you'll appreciate this small addition. ***** "Haints" - 3 stars Told from Molly's pov. In introduction author pointed out she is so immersed into her character that writing stories about how other characters perceive Jane proved to be a challenge. If there is one person whose experience on Jane I wanted to read about it's Molly, since she is quite possibly the person who came closest to Jane. This story is about them working together on cleaning possessed house. Witch magic is involved and Molly's special skills of being earth witch with ability to sense dead are coming in hand. Again, I am all for showing more witches and their magic since we know from the start they came out publicly together with vampires, which makes them if not as dangerous, than not for underestimating as well. Molly's magic is not really pretty and it affects her, but it somehow suits her personality since, at the same time, it's not invasive or combative type of magic. Molly is groomed from the beginning as this caregiver, maternal type of characters and seeing her perform something deadly would throw me out a bit. That doesn't mean she is not powerful or able to defend herself- it just means that her personality is not to go and cause trouble for anyone. Hence, leaving Evan and Jane being badass in this whole affair fit to what we know about characters so far. + it was nice seeing Evan and Jane working together having Molly's best interests in mind. They are a good team. Case on its own was interesting if a bit predictable, but seeing Jane in action through someone else's eyes accentuated that her skills doesn't just make her effective and deadly, but also graceful. I like thinking of her as deadly, badass warrior woman who is also attractive. She doesn't see herself that way often. ****** "Signatures of the Dead" - 3 stars This is also one of stories hinted in novels, specifically in first book. We know that Katie hired Jane because she earned reputation of taking down entire clan of rogue vampires. This is the story that covers that event. Another one told from Molly's pov. It's connected to "Haints" since we got to know in that one all about how Molly's powers work and that they are the reason for why she is on back-call of local detective and their friend Brax. There is a butchered family and Molly, Jane and Brax know they have to stop vamps before they get hungry again. So, this story is important to me on some visceral level because it reminds me that Jane is not all powerful. Katie and her customers don't know beyond the results (which is, that job was done), but Jane suffered a great deal in this fight and it took a long tiem for her to recover. It's also obvious that Everhart clan owes her for saving Carmen even though she did it for Molly. It makes more sense why sisters are ready to listen to her later on. ****** "Cajun with Fangs" - 3 stars This story is set right after Raven Cursed and it involves Jane once again acting as Leo's enforcer and trying to handle a trouble between witches and local vamp clan in Bayou Oiseau. It was fine, nothing memorable, more for seeing Derek and Vodka boys in action again. My main quibble is the fact that vamps as we know them are very fickle creatures and solution seemed too easy and not what I would expect. What I got from this story is the fact that Jane left her gig in NOLA and went on a country cruise... Hmmm, somehow I don't think Leo would let her leave even if she didn't call him regarding the situation in Bayou Oiseau.

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