The Britlingens Go to Hell by Charlaine Harris This novel is a bit of an oddball in Charlaine Harris’ bibliography. Though officially it takes place in the Sookie. Title: The Britlingens Go to Hell Author: Charlaine Harris Series: The Southern Vampire Mysteries #9. In: Must Love Hellhounds (Charlaine. All about The Britlingens Go To Hell by Charlaine Harris. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers.

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In these hound-eat-hound worlds, anything goes. You are commenting using your WordPress. I loved Angels’ Blood and was very excited to get back to that world again. Crick was very quiet now, having grasped the situation, and Batanya thought it safe to remove her hand. Crick was doubled over, gasping in pain. Meanwhile, Geoff’s thoughts reveal that he has known and thought about Maggie far before they ever met, which pulled me in because I wanted to know why and how that happened.

August 31, September 1, September 4, Fourth reading: His voice was cool.

Must Love Hellhounds by Charlaine Harris

The other two stories were fun to read again, too. She was a huge britlungens with golden skin and golden eyes. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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The Britlingens Go to Hell by Charlaine Harris

I very much need to avoid him. Their banter was priceless!! What Readers Are Saying What do you think? Two huge black hounds came through the doorway and began sniffing bo the corridor. Batanya does bed Crick and is impressed by his special physique. I must say that I enjoyed all the stories in the book and I am glad to have discovered some new favorite authors and series to explore.

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Remembering where Crick had kept it concealed, Batanya was grateful. Batanya shook her head. The wolfman advanced an inch or two, his lips drawing back from his fangs. Maggie is pretty kick-ass.

A sexy — and I mean really, really sexy — man named Deacon is there to help her. Andrea goes out to help and is dismayed to find Raphael, a were-hyena is the Pack member in trouble. She sighed into the phone.

Batanya checked to make sure the passage was clear, and the three darted out into the main tunnel, turning left; Batanya figured that was north. She rapidly became so dizzy that her priority changed from escaping the creature to not throwing up. Hellhounds at their best!

Jun 09, The Flooze rated it liked it Shelves: I skipped the other two and didn’t listen to them. Southern Vampire Mysteries 9. Clovache was using the all-purpose cleaner on the hardened pieces that could be strapped on over the liquid armor.

There was a heavy jacket with big lapels and a hat and goggles hanging on a peg on the wall, the only place in the cell to hang possessions.


Over all The Britlingens Go to Hell was enjoyable to read. I was always planning to read this series, but this taste has really whetted my appetite. Since it would’ve been a little confusing to have two Deacons in the house, they decided to call him Slayer. Feel free to let me know if you have any comments or recommendations!

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I’ve noticed that all of the Kate Daniels stories have been leaving smiles on my face. I remember liking the worldbuilding in that story, but this one is even better.

Oct 11, Aly is so frigging bored rated it it was amazing Shelves: She wants in on the hunt, and Deacon soon realizes she has everything it takes to be the next Guild Director. It all culminates in an openness that’s refreshing. I didn’t feel as connected to them. Crick was bound to the pillar, his back exposed and striped with blood. As they moved through the tunnels, the traffic increased and the tunnels themselves became wider and decorated with paintings and lamps. I didn’t dislike it, but it didn’t love it either.