Amityville Horrible Jaime Vegas spiritualist entertainer and unbeknownst to her audience real life necromancer swore she d never do another reality ghost show after the last fiasco But when she s railroaded into a cha

  • Title: Amityville Horrible
  • Author: Kelley Armstrong
  • ISBN: 9781596065659
  • Page: 377
  • Format: ebook
  • Jaime Vegas spiritualist, entertainer and, unbeknownst to her audience, real life necromancer swore she d never do another reality ghost show after the last fiasco But when she s railroaded into a charity gig, she finds herself back on the set, this time with a cast of photogenic college kids, an up and coming Russian spiritualist, and a tale of missing girls and murder iJaime Vegas spiritualist, entertainer and, unbeknownst to her audience, real life necromancer swore she d never do another reality ghost show after the last fiasco But when she s railroaded into a charity gig, she finds herself back on the set, this time with a cast of photogenic college kids, an up and coming Russian spiritualist, and a tale of missing girls and murder in New England It s cheesy, but that s show business With her werewolf Alpha lover, Jeremy Danvers, along to keep her nights interesting, it s not so bad really Until the bloody ghosts show up Jaime has never faced spirits like these, and no matter how hard she tries, they won t be ignored.

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    1. This book is from Jaime's perspective, of course, but we're going to talk about Jeremy first. The reason for this being that the scenes between Jeremy and Jaime made this novella for me. Oh Jeremy, Jeremy. Wherefore art thoud where can I get one of my own?Jeremy, for me, is one of the most perfect examples of a romantic interest in an Urban Fantasy/ Paranormal romance series. I still have trouble defining Kelley Armstrong's series genre. He is an Alpha Werewolf who is assertive, but not overbear [...]

    2. This was the second story from the Otherworld series I have read and enjoyed. I need to pick up Men of the Otherworld and read a few more stories before deciding to start one of the novels.

    3. Originally reviewed for and posted at Vampire Book ClubRating (out of 5): 4.5 stars I was more than a little sad when Thirteen, the final installment of Kelley Armstrong’s fantastic Women of the Otherworld series, was released this summer. With the promise at the end that it wasn’t the last we would see of these characters though, here we have Amityville Horrible a novella featuring Jamie, set sometime between Frostbitten and Waking the Witch.When Jamie’s manager ropes her into to doing an [...]

    4. I have to say that Jamie is my favorite character in the series. Mostly, because she is the everywoman who just happens to be able to talk to ghosts. She is not stupid, though she think she is, but she is the most normal of the women in the series. She also is a modern woman who is in a relationship with a man who gets that her career is important to her.And they are older, not those young things.True, the plot is a little predictable, but Armstrong does make use and have fun with the reality ge [...]

    5. AMITYVILLE HORRIBLE (Otherworld Series) by Kelley ArmstrongAbout the book: “I don’t run from ghosts. ”His voice, right at my ear. “You will.”Jaime Vegas—spiritualist, entertainer and, unbeknownst to her audience, real-life necromancer—swore she’d never do another reality ghost show after the last fiasco. But when she’s railroaded into a charity gig, she finds herself back on the set, this time with a cast of photogenic college kids, an up-and¬-coming Russian spiritualist, and [...]

    6. 3.5 starsPoor Jamie. After swearing off televised specials (b/c of the fiasco that the last one was in No Humans Involved), she gets roped into doing another one, but hopes to mitigate the potential fallout by including very specific demands in her contract.Alas, she is thwarted . . . SO. Apparently there are lots of WotO fans who hate Jamie. I'm not one of them. If you are, you might want to skip this one, but if you're on the fence . . . it might help you understand her a bit better. It offers [...]

    7. I spent a large chunk of this novella thinking "this story is only a shorter version of NO HUMANS INVOLVED just with different ghosts." And, I stayed on that thought train up until the final pages when Armstrong reveals that no— in fact, this story is not at all what it seems. The plot is delightfully creepy, and incorporates a decent amount of this series’ mythology to make it feel like it could have been a full length installment.Jaime’s always gotten a bad rep in the WOTO series, and is [...]

    8. Oh, I do love Jamie Vegas and her gorgeous alpha werewolf lover, Jeremy. As a spiritualist and entertainer, Jamie's had to hide the true depths of her gift (burning at the stake for witchcraft is no laughing matter, after all). But she gets dragged into a reality TV show and sent to Amityville. Oh, not to *that* haunted house. The one she winds up in is far worse with ghosts that can kill. Thank goodness her hot man is there to help her out (not that the girl can't take care of herself but it's [...]

    9. I love all things Kelley Armstrong related so I knew I would like this. It has the added bonus of having Jaime and Jeremy as the leads, both are established and well loved characters.This is actually set a few books ago (Elena is still alpha elect) so I was kind of confused before this information clicked in my head.I really do love reading Jeremy out with his alpha-hood, I hope there'll be more Jeremy stories from Kelley.

    10. Obtained a while ago as part of the Subterranean Humble Bundle.This kept me flipping pages but was ultimately a disappointment. I found the mystery intriguing but the resolution rushed, and the romance (particularly the sex scenes) had me rolling my eyes.Not my genre. Would not read other books in the series.

    11. 3.5 stars.This book is told from Jaime's POV. She is by no means my favorite narrator. Her stories always seem the same to me. Not bad, but nothing spectacular either. Good news, Jeremy is in this book.

    12. Jaime Vegas gets tricked into doing a reality ghost charity show for a zombie-like medical condition.A little slow to me. It’s similar to her other story: No Humans Involved, where she gets involved with a TV reality show, so maybe there wasn’t enough difference between the plots. Don’t get me wrong both stories are interesting and well written, but I knew what to expect as far as the rhythm of the plot was going so except for the details I wasn’t really pulled in. maybe that’s why the [...]

    13. A fun short story/novella with Jamie Vegas, the most approachable of the Women of the Otherworld series. Jamie's self-deprecating sense of humor shines through in Amityville Horrible. Jamie's sense of humor is why she is my favorite characters in the Otherworld series.

    14. got this as part of a bundle download so I didn't realize it was part of a series, but it works well on its own. fun read and I look forward to checking out the rest of the series.

    15. I will preface this review with the fact that I am aware that this story comes in the middle of a series and uses established characters. I am willing to admit that coming in this way may colour my opinion. However I also believe that any self contained story in a series should also stand alone. I can't say I was impressed by this story. To be fair to the author, a large part of this is the fact that the moment she started describing the protagonist's amazing, gorgeous werewolf boyfriend I switc [...]

    16. Jaime Vegas is a necromancer and spiritualist. She has done reality shows, but mostly live performances. She has become a sort of celebrity because of the last show she did. However, she is done with TV. Jaime doesn't actually summon ghosts doing live shows because if she did then there would be too many asking for minor favors ("hey tell my husband to stop flirting with the neighbor"). Instead, she just has a certain incense burned doing the show so as not to be disturbed. At the top of the sto [...]

    17. Review posted: Happily Ever After - ReadsBlog rating: CJaime gets forced into doing another reality special, being told it’s for charity, but really it’s just an excuse to stage a haunted house and feed into viewers using Jaime’s celebrity. When she checks into her hotel prior to taping, she sees three young ghosts, all women who are “reliving” their murders in the hotel at the hands of one man. The women are all wearing clothes that indicate that they’re from different eras and Jaim [...]

    18. Jamie Vegas is a necromancer who makes her living doing live shows as a spiritualist. She’s branched out to television in the past, with disastrous results. Jamie has pledged to never do reality TV again until her agent makes her an offer she can’t refuse. This leads her onto the set of a bogus haunted house. Jamie is shocked when she discovers real ghosts on the property, only they don’t act like any ghosts she’s encountered. With the help of her werewolf boyfriend, Jeremy Danvers, Jami [...]

    19. Oh Jamie. At least you didn't get kidnapped this time! This was a nice little novella, which I hadn't even heard about until finding it on ! I read this after finishing Thirteen, the last (supposedly) in the Otherworld series, so I was quite happy to get back to the world that Ms Armstrong has built and even happier to have a story from Jamie's perspective. She was always one of my favorites in the series The story was pretty fun and centers around Jamie heading to a new reality show kinda sorta [...]

    20. Amityville Horrible was a very fun read and fans of Kelley Armstrong will enjoy it. While it is a very short novella it has some mystery, it is both funny and spooky, and it offers glimpses into the Otherworld and some of our favorite characters from it. Like Kelley's other novellas this one is likely best enjoyed by fans of her books who know the back stories and relationships. New readers will simply not get as much out of this book.My favorite part of Amityville--as with all of her books-- wa [...]

    21. To begin, I love Kelley Armstrong's Otherworld series. I've read all of the full length novels and several of the novellas. Jaime happens to be one of my favorite characters in the series. She's clever without being book smart, knowledgable in her field, and always quick to catch on even when in an unfamiliar situation. Add to that confidence, courage, and likable personality and it's hard not to like her. That's what makes this novella so disappointing. The set up in the beginning deserved a mu [...]

    22. I love Kelley Armstrong and her Women Of The Otherworld series.Amityville Horrible is an e-novella in the Women of the Otherworld series featuring Jaime. It is set after Frostbitten (book 10), but before Waking The Witch (book 11). I would not read it unless you've read the other Women Of The Otherworld books.Since Thirteen I've been missing the series. So I was very happy to have another story to read featuring the characters from the Women Of The Otherworld series.Jaime is the narrator. But we [...]

    23. A novella set in the Women of the Otherworld series. Jamie Vegas is a real life necromancer who plays a spiritualist on stage for a living. After her last disastrous attempt at breaking into TV, she has decided that the normal show circuit is more to her liking until she is railroaded into another TV show. With her lover, Jeremy (alpha werewolf) by her side, she squares her shoulders and prepares for the show but even before the show starts, things start going weird and the spirits are waiting f [...]

    24. I like Jaime and Jeremy so very much. I had hesitations about Jaime when she was first introduced but I like her more with each appearance. Unlike some readers, I've never hated Jaime. She is in many respects a normal person: she rarely uses her necromancer talent and never for money, she struggles with career choices and family issues, she deals with disapproval from her boyfriend's family, etc. She's not the most powerful supernatural out there although more than she once realized. In all, bei [...]

    25. Another great novella by Armstrong. she rarely disappoints even in her shorter work. This was a solid piece and well told -- I am a Jamie fan, and I liked all the references to most of the otherworld characters. I am an especial fan of Paige so it was nice to have a mention of her. One laugh out loud moment -- "And I would have gotten away with it too if it weren't for you pesky kids" nice shout out there. My only complaint was the reason for the set-up: it could have used more fleshing out. I [...]

    26. As long as Kelley Armstrong keeps writing novellas and short stories, I'll keep buying them - albeit, not a hardcover, but the digital price is well worth it for a little visit back to the Otherworld universe.In this case, we sort of revisit No Humans Involved. There isn't the sexual tension between Jaime and Jeremy, since they are a very happy couple, but it's still a fun, if fast read. My only confusion is where exactly it fits in the Otherworld timeline. Elena is not the alpha, although her c [...]

    27. Jaime Vegas—spiritualist, entertainer and, unbeknownst to her audience, real-life necromancer—swore she’d never do another reality ghost show after the last fiasco. But when she’s railroaded into a charity gig, she finds herself back on the set, this time with a cast of photogenic college kids, an up-and-coming Russian spiritualist, and a tale of missing girls and murder in New England. It’s cheesy, but that’s show business. With her werewolf Alpha lover, Jeremy Danvers, along to kee [...]

    28. This short story has Jaime Vegas as a main charachter.She unwillingly gets involved into another reailty ghost tv show. Luckily Jeremy is with her to make it more fun.But the fun with Jeremy will have to wait cause there are ghosts asking for Jaime's help. There is something very strange about this case though, something Jaime's never encountered beforeAmityville Horrible was another great short story from this series.I usually don't like short stories much because you're always left wanting mor [...]

    29. Amityville Horrible is book 10.7 in the Women of the Otherworld Series by Krlley Armstrong. I love this series. This story is about Jaime. She's pushed into doing a haunted reality show.n, under the guise of 'for charity'. (view spoiler)[The show is Amityville and the charity is for the walking dead syndrome. Pure cheese, but Jaime doesn't see a way to back out of it. Her tall, dark, and yummy boyfriend Jeremy, is joining her on set for some moral support and much needed physical therapyif you k [...]

    30. Jaime and Jeremy - need I say more? This story is very reminiscent of Jaime's other foray into reality TV. There's demanding producers, rigged sets, and surprises when Jaime arrives. Luckily Jaime and Jeremy to pull her out of any bad situation and ground her when she's in a tailspin. These two are wonderful to see interact and I can only demand more of them. This story revolves around 3 missing girls and a mystery no one seems to be able to solve. Of course, there's a lot of devious surprises ( [...]

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