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Reading is my addiction... I read paranormal romance, urban fantasy, science fiction and fantasy, young adult, romance and historical romance. I am part of the blogging team over at Badass Book Reviews: http://badassbookreviews.com 

Kitty Raises Hell (Kitty Norville Series #6)

Kitty Raises Hell (Kitty Norville Series #6) - I have a few series that are my “go-to” series. A book challenge? Read a Kitty book. A quick read between huge tomes (*cough* Game of Thrones *cough*)? Read a Kitty book. It’s a series that doesn’t really require a lot of energy for me to read and I know I’ll enjoy each book. *Warning – if you have not read up to this book, there will be a mild relationship spoiler further down*The reality show Paradox PI is in town. Kitty is drooling with anticipation trying to figure out how to get those guys on her radio show. She agrees to meet them at Flint House, the local haunted house where she will also broadcast her radio show as they record. Interestingly enough, an entity smelling of sulfur and smoke makes its presence known. Buildings (and people) begin to spontaneously combust and Kitty must stop this thing.This was a fun book to read. I loved the addition of the cast of Paradox PI to the story. What better way to track a paranormal entity than with a team of specially training ghost busters? I also liked that that entity was different – almost exotic, not your average ghost. Another great addition to this book was Peter, TJ’s younger brother. Through Peter, Kitty learns all about TJ’s background and how he came to be a werewolf. Kitty fills in Peter about TJ’s life as a werewolf. When Kitty needs help researching our fire-y fiend, Peter joins the team as an investigator.No Kitty book is complete without some vampire intrigue. This book had plenty of vampires jostling for power. There is now a possible challenger to Rick, but since vampires live so long, they have plenty of time to play “The “Long Game” – the game of empire building. I am beginning to enjoy Rick’s wry sense of wit as well. He really enjoys teasing Kitty. I miss Cormac. I do recall jotting a short note – not enough Cormac. I’m hoping there will be more of him in the next book.One other little thing bothered me throughout this book. Kitty and Ben are newlyweds, but there seems to be a lack of passion between them. It still feels as if Kitty is not happy with her choice. Ben does keep Kitty grounded, and keeps her from doing impulsive things. Ben is very much in love with Kitty.I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series – Kitty’s House of Horrors.