Bitten to Death (Jaz Parks, book 4) by Jennifer Rardin – book cover, description, publication history. 8 books in this series. Once Bitten, Twice Shy. from: $ #1. Another One Bites the Dust. from: $ #2. Biting the Bullet. from: $ #3. Bitten to Death. Jennifer Rardin is the author of Bitten to Death and three previous Shy; Another One Bites the Dust; Biting the Bullet and Bitten to Death.
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Read an excerpt from Bitten to Deathand learn more about the author and her work at Jennifer Rardin’s websiteMySpace pageand Facebook page. Dec 06, Seth rated it really liked it Shelves: Our heroine is Jaz Parks. I’ve already got 5 of my TBR shelves and will be sure to read it soon!
Jaz finds out some rather disconcerting news about Vayl, news that threatens their budding romance. Edward “The Raptor” Samos, the most reviled criminal mastermind in recent memory, and Vayl, the CIA’s number one assassin who also happens to be my boss. We have Cassandra, the regal psychic who once played oracle to a North African god. It’s a urban-fantasy book, so don’t search for long and hot scenes as a paranormal romance has!
But the team will have to wade through knotty vampire politics, a were-on-were blood-fest and some nasty oh, and blood smeared Her partner is Vayl, a sexy vampire with plenty of secrets of his own.
This job is going to be the death of me. Jaz ParksVayl. Rardin has included a lot of special vocabulary within her Vampere world.
RT Book Reviews I think the next book will probably decide whether or not I keep reading the series.
Bitten to Death
Paperbackpages. Favorite part of this one was meeting Trayton and his pack. The guy had to retire after that.
Vayl thinks he is sure about Jaz, yet anytime something comes up with his sons, his thoughts about her seem to go out the window.
Yes, I understand the meanings from the context clues, but would a definition be too much to ask for?
I also missed that there weren’t as many nifty gadgets in this book; there were a few, but Bergman was mostly absent. I missed the interaction with the other team members, this time around only Jaz, Vayl and Dave are on the assignment so we hardly see any of the others apart from through phone conversations.
Bitten to Death (Jaz Parks, #4) by Jennifer Rardin
Not jsnnifer mention that Jas is one of the funniest characters in a book i’ve ever read. He bores me and I’m annoyed at getting him instead of Cassandra and Bergman.
Jaz doesn’t stop moaning and complaining and though she has just cause at times, I’m getting sick of hearing it. Deatu wait to read the next one literally; I’ve already started it! The action and mystery plots deliver as well. Disappointing that Main Characters relationship haven’t really progressed, since I last read from this series bk 2. Go just seems like the same plot devices is used over and over in each book.
I laughed out loud when Zeil started humping Jaz because of the spray on doggie love. She works for Vayl, a Vampire who was killed by his Vampire wife almost years ago. When Disa binds Vayl to her for the next 50 years, Jaz has to find a way to break the bond, but it just cannot be done. Poor Vayl and Jaz, they never seem to be able to catch a break when it comes to their budding relationship.
And explains about half of it. Set them free of course with dangerous consequences, but their release does eventually come in handy for Jaz and co. I miss a lot some Jaz Parks characters that don’t appears on this book, and that was really a pity and I believe that anyone how is following this serie will agree Some technical observations of this book: Rardin’s world of CIA assassins and vampire bonds has potential, which I suppose is why I keep reading.
Bitten to Death Jennifer Rardin Limited preview – The plot is action-packed jumping right into it as Jaz points Grief at a vamp, with twists that will keep you guessing. Moody and sardonic, Jaz proved to be an engaging mouthpiece for Rardin’s novels as she dealt with her problems — her family, her troubled past, her relationship with Vayl — while facing formidable supernatural foes.
There is no way that David was fit for active duty so what the heck were his bosses thinking??? Return to Book Page.
Vayl is being a selfish sod again, treating Jaz like crap and upsetting her and moaning on about his tragic post. Open Preview See a Problem? Meet me out back later. The ending of this book left the next book open to some new plot lines and new ideas; hopefully it will follow through.
So despite that one issue, I loved the book and cannot wait to read more. For Rardin, urban fantasy was the ideal mix of reality and myth.