Jennifer Rardin began writing at the age of twelve, mostly poems to amuse her classmates and short stories featuring her best friends as the heroines. She lives . Jaz Parks is back in a new urban fantasy adventure filled with angry gnomes, malevolent curses, and romantic intrigue. Read “Bite Marks” by Jennifer Rardin with Rakuten Kobo. Jaz Parks here. But I’m not alone. I’m hearing voices in my head – and they’re not mine. The problem.
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Constant declarations of love, constantly badgering her to go out with him and then a refusal to do something important to the case unless she agrees to a date. Neither of them completely trusts the other, whilst back home patriarch Albert is having another crisis.
There’s something about this series that just doesn’t click for me, yet I keep holding out in the hope that answers are forthcoming. Jaz and Vayl started off as a CIA team, became sverhamin and rqrdin, and are now a hot and heavy couple. There was another hilarious aspect that was a new element to the series.
Bite Marks (Jaz Parks, book 6) by Jennifer Rardin
I am really hoping to see something more develop between Jaz and Vayl. Romantic complications arise when jennicer private investigator Cole makes clear his intentions for Jaz, but she’s still mooning over their boss, Vayl.
He wants to pick up girls. I kept having to re-read sentences because they didn’t make sense, didn’t flow right, or there were pieces left out.
The shaman has abducted a family and is forcing the father to give his life to birth of the gnome larve. Oct 28, Valorie rated it it was amazing Shelves: I’ve never felt that any “mission” was written in any sort of easily followed, linear fashion and as a result, I haven’t been able to really cheer for the CIA aspects – even when they’re successful. I may have to read them and then the 4th one. In Bite Marks Bergman and Cassandra also both play pretty important roles in the plot, and we get to see more of some other characters motivations.
No sex scene, no movement forward or gite on the relationship, and all this hinted at stuff that just seems awkward and out of place. Jennifer Rardin does a little backstory on previous events but only enough to jog your memory if you’ve read the previous books. And new plot points were left opened up for the next book.
Raoul is becoming more and more of a favorite and it was great to marka to see even more of him and his personality. Oct 09, AH rated it really liked it Shelves: Better Homes and Hauntings.
Biting the Bullet (Jaz Parks, #3) by Jennifer Rardin
After the heady heights of the first two books we seem t Jaz and her team are being sent to assist her brother David and his team, with the job of finding out who the mole in his operation is. This is a series that Bits am finding gets better and better with each book.
Return to Book Page. Jennifer Rardin began writing at the age of 12, mostly poems to amuse her classmates and short stories featuring her best friends as the heroines. This isn’t like that.
Biting the Bullet
The story line in this one runs really smooth, and there is a lot of kick-ass in this one. Get to Know Us.
I enjoyed the book a lot and look forward to the next book in the series. We do get a compel I keep reading these books Some of the side items, like Cole’s kangaroo petting adventures and Btie quirks, really add some fun into the story. If you’re unfamiliar with the series then start with book 1, Once Bitten, Twice Shy. My favorite parts of the book are when Raoul borrows astral to impress a woman, and a certain beauty and the beast reference, where Jaz equates herself as rardim beast.
Even if Jaz won’t let me drive. I also liked seeing Raoul’s obsession with train sets which gave him a bit more of a human side. I was so worried he’d finally do what would piss Jaz of so badly she’d cut him off completely. P I like how this was shown at the end. This is a Series Review: The characters are memorable, fun and exciting.