Violet Tendencies (Sabina Kane, #2.5)

Violet Tendencies (Sabina Kane, #2.5) - Jaye Wells Normally, I skip short stories in any series that I read but because I have become such a fan of Jaye Wells, problematic elements not withstanding, I simply had to read Violet Tendencies. Adam, Sabina, Giguhl and his vanity demon lover Valva have arrived in Los Angelos to search for Sabina's missing sister Maise. Sabina is hoping to sneak into town unnoticed so she arrives at Fang's vampire bar, with the hope that he will put her up for a few days. Fangs is hesitant because if the Dominae discover that he has given them sanctuary it could mean death for him. Sabina promises that he will keep mum about his involvement; however, she is unable to keep a her appearance low profile because Valva has other ideas.Valva hopes on a stripper pole and all hell breaks loose. Before Sabina or Adam can react the vampire strippers are throwing punches, and the bar is on fire. Realizing that the situation is out of control, Ada zaps them out of there leaving the bar on fire, as the Dominae's guards enter and demand their surrender. He shifts them to the famous Hollywood sign where Giguhl makes it clear to Valva that his woman is not to behave like a cheap tart in public. Valva begins with lip pouting but when he realizes that Giguhl sees her as a possession to be owned, Valva makes it clear that she will shake her ass when and where she wants regardless of how she feels about it. Despite being a minion, Valva is not only tired of Giguhl but of Sabina, who orders her around. Valva feel unappreciated and so decides to leave, which shocks them all after declaring that Sabina has split ends. Read More