13. Bullet by Laurell K. Hamilton
Summary: Problems at home are nothing new to Anita Blake as her harem of men keeps growing. Internal conflicts arise and are quickly settled once Marmee Noir returns. This time she has inhabited several bodies and she is hellbent on taking over Anita's body and making it her own. Now Anita needs to get past her own moral issues as well as bigger problems with the local werelions in order to save herself and the people she loves from the Mother of Darkness. The only problem is she is going to have to ask for help from every weretiger that exists and some aren't so willing to comply.
Review: I'm going to keep this short out of fear of spoilers and such. Overall I did enjoy to book to a point. It was sextastic once again but this addressed a lot of issues of having so many men to love and it put the focus on other people's thoughts and feelings, not just Anita's. There wasn't a whole lot of action, which I felt would have been nice, but it was definitely a part of the story we need for future books to come.