NO HUMANS INVOLVED (WOTO #7) by Kelley Armstrong-a review

NO HUMANS INVOLVED by Kelley Armstrong

NO HUMANS INVOLVED (Women of the Otherworld #7) by Kelley Armstrong

NO HUMANS INVOLVED is the 7th full length novel in Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series. Featuring Jaime Vegas and Alpha leader Jeremy Danvers, No Humans Involved will see Jaime get her man/wolf, and we will see a side of Jeremy that we never knew existed.

As a television personality renowned for her ability to ‘speak to the dead’ necromancer Jaime Vegas was invited to participate in a live televised taping of with some of the best in the business, but little did anyone know, that Jaime is the only true necromancer and she has uncovered a mysterious burial ground right under their noses.

Relaying the information to Elena, Jaime would find help in the form of American Pack Alpha Jeremy Danvers-a man she has been struggling to get him to acknowledge her existence. But every time she is in his presence her inner geek and dufus take over. And to her surprise Jeremy will reveal that he has noticed Jaime for several years, but his duties and his quiet reserve have held him back.

Jaime and Jeremy will uncover a cult-like group of people hoping to bring the dead back to life. But while they are searching for the grounds outside the hotel, they will uncover a mass grave of young children, long thought to be runaways or missing.

Eve Levine and Kristof Nash return to help Jaime communicate with the spirits of the children and help them crossover: Karl is called in when Hope and Jaime go missing and find themselves imprisoned by the ones hoping to gain power using an ancient ritual: and Jeremy and Jaime’s relationship will take the next step when Jaime finds herself the girlfriend to the American Alpha.

NO HUMANS INVOLVED is one of my favorite storylines in Kelley’s WOTO series. I am a fan of the werewolves and Jeremy tugs at my heart. When he finally finds his mate, he is NOT your typical alpha male but it takes a strong feminine woman like Jaime to tame his inner beast. Jaime’s seduction of Jeremy is one of the smexiest seductions in Kelley Armstrong’s WOTO series.

Reviewed by Sandy

NO HUMANS INVOLVED  is the seventh storyline in   Moonlightgleam  Women Of The Otherworld reading challenge

The Challenge:
Each month beginning March 1st, 2012, challenge members will read or re-read the title for that month. In addition, challenge members will either post a review, their reading experience, character castings or anything else related to that title. You have freedom to have fun with your monthly post so be creative! Seeing as this series is 13 novels long, this challenge will last 13 months.

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11 thoughts on “NO HUMANS INVOLVED (WOTO #7) by Kelley Armstrong-a review

  1. Thanks for this great review, Sandy. I love Kelley’s Woman of the Otherworld series, and was sad to see it end. I like Jaime, and thought she and Jeremy were a great couple. I will miss them all.

  2. I love Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series. Although the series has reached its’ end she has said that she will write and publish short stories and novellas. I think she has one coming out in December.

    • Kelley is one of my favorite authors. I had the pleasure to meet Kelley in the fall of 2011…and asked her a few questions. Thank goodness she will write some novellas and short stories to keep the fans of her Otherworld series….happy!!!!!

  3. Great review Sandy and I am going to try this writer… I do have some of her shorter stories, but I have promised myself to get my TBR pile down first. I have some really good writers on my follow up list…

    • Hi MaryAnn

      As for her shorter stories…if they are part of the WOTO series…then all of her short stories should be read alongside the series. Reading ONLY the short stories….will confuse you.

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