Cajun with Fangs

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5 out of 5 stars
By Helle on 06-11-17

Cajun Spice

When Janes bike Bitsa dies on the way to NOLA, she ends up in a small town with big problems.

In this short story her mediating skills get a workout solving an ancient feud between cajun witches and vampires.

I highly recommend the Jane Yellowrock series.

I love the narrator of the story. She is excellent at doing accents and has a wonderful reading voice.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 08-03-17

Hatfield and McCoy's have nothing over these Cajun

What did you love best about Cajun with Fangs?

How Jane settles a long established feud and gets to go to the first Cajun witch / Vampire wedding.

Who was your favorite character and why?

The small young lady in the gilly suit, that is such a wise mouth with a crack shoot.

What about Khristine Hvam’s performance did you like?

Professional and hard to do with that heavy Cajun accent.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I have a couple of times. It is less the Two hours long.

Any additional comments?

Another book has referenced this story, it is a good one well worth listening to.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By B. Stiner on 07-04-17

Romeo & Juliet meets the Hatfield & McCoy's

A fun story of cross-culture/species romance with Jane caught in the middle, as usual.

Engine problems stand Jane in a tiny backwater town that's kept it's own private war found since the Civil War. Now the daughter of a leading member of the witch clan has been taken by the son of the master vampire. Jane is dragooned into helping with the rescue mission, but that of course doesn't go as planned.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Cleon on 07-03-14

Short and sweet

Any additional comments?

This is a fun short story, but be aware that it is an extract from one of the other books, not a new story.
Also be aware that while some of these 'shorts' are an hour or more long, others are rather less than that.
Very enjoyable listen anyway!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Barb (Paging Through The Days) on 08-05-18

Ha!

When bitza puts Jane down in a small Cajun town things go from weird to one flew over the cuckoo’s nest.

Stuck between a witch and a vampire cues that puts the Hatfield’s and McCoy’s to shame Jane has no choice but to step up, take charge and try to come out of his in one piece... or as close to it as she can.

In the end, with Leo’s backing and her guys at her back she steps in and wrangles the chaos only vamps and witches can cause.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Alisha A. Henri on 07-17-18

An Intriguing and Delightful Parley

I thoroughly enjoyed reading Jane's tale about a hundreds-years-old deep-swamp feud between vamps and witches...an almost Romeo and Juliet scenario actually avoided by Jane with the support of Derrick & his Tequila team in Bay Oiseau. scary, exciting, a bit of fighting, a wedding, and a party, not to mention delicious orange pekoe tea from China. As always, Kheistine Hvam has brought Faith Hunter's book to life in audio form. Fabulous!

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