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And she is a voracious reader. Bruiser is by far my favorite, especially now that he’s undergone many changes. Even with the increased levels of blood, action and gore, Jane is less badass and more research inclined this time round; this proving to be little more than a bump in the road of another thrilling ride jqne the series.
Under cover where he could whore himself out for information, while you were stuck home wondering what the hell is going on. I loved the holy water cannon.
Seller’s payment instructions None Specified. Opal has written over novels with multiple book series such as the Dirty Talk series and the Abducted series. Read more about the condition. Unfortunately, these rogues prove more difficult to dispose of than expected, and the vlood count continues to rise.
All in all an action packed Jane Yellowrock story though I do get sick of all the details of the weapons, repeated a few times throughout the story. Something that makes them harder to kill—even for a pro like Jane. The novel none the less stands above these failings as a decent supernatural story peppered by romantic facets.
Are your readers really the readers who covet this detailed information? The vampire council boasts several thousands of years of history. Plus, get a never-before-seen index of vampire clans and alliances and a letter from the author about the origins of Jane Yellowrock.
Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Yes this book feels a little on the filler side of things in many ways but the addition of this story with the vamps and more of those watches that smell of dead meat and magic we learn more about the vampires lore of the past and what some would possibly like the world to be where humans are merely food to be taken and drained at will.
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It is making me wonder a bit why I am reading it. Dark Heir Jane Yellowrock Book 9. Jane herself is unique and a kick-ass chick. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Misha helps care for him as she raises a sick daughter and is trying to write a book on vampires.
I didn’t connect with one jand her books just because she had so much misplaced self blame. Have one to sell?
I don’t covet the information. She does get the chance to tell him what she felt like when betrayed, and has and uncustomary emotional outburst. But things start to turn around when she decides to take an out-of-town job in Natchez with her new back-up crew. However, considering what he went through, it seems Bruiser is a changed man. If this were the case, why are there any Weres at all? Jane has been very depressed and hasn’t been shifting because she’s terrified that Beast will go straight to Leo and started purring like crazy considering the current state Beast in with that whole being bound to Leo, thing.
I really did enjoy getting to see this side of Jane more, simply because we don’t get to see that side very often. I feel that some of her separateness falls away.
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Of course, some thing’s are unresolved, and some new questions pop up, but through it all Jane keeps slogging through, and Beast is just Beast. There is some repetition of detail that has already been provided in earlier books, but newcomers to the series will probably appreciate the information.
Perhaps her most perplexing trait, Jane’s compulsion to finish what she starts – even when it leads her in directions she does not want to go, seemingly prioritizing work commitments to people she neither respects nor trusts over friends and allies – no longer seems immoderate; it is a logical outcome of her early childhood. She has to rely on herself and the tellowrock few people she knows she can trust to stand and fight.