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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Tension is high while in the Vamp House. I give Jaz props for keeping it together as much as she does. Newer Post Older Post Home.
I jerked upright, tring to pull my phone out of my pocket and managing instead to bang my elbow against the wall. I can’t picture him in my mind and I don’t feel I know his character apart from him being powerful, good in a fight and obsessed with his sons.
In someways the plot seemed to be rehashing the plot of the third book. Vayl is no longer in charge; instead the only vampire he’s ever created Disa, is now running the show.
I am beginning to think it would be more exciting to hear about what Jaz does when she’s not knee deep in scary terrorists. I’ve detah got 5 of my TBR shelves and will be sure to read it soon!
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Setting up the bltten differently from the last three books keeping Cassandra, Bergman and Co I have been extremely fond of this series and that has just continued with Bitten to Death. Read more reviews like this at http: There is definitely chemistry between them though so it will be interesting to see how things play out between them.
Killing her will do no good as it will ddath Vayl as well whilst they are still bound. The Jaz Parks series by Jennifer Rardin definitely has all that and so much more.
I will restate that this was a really good book jejnifer there were some things that bothered me about it. Set them free of course with dangerous consequences, but their release does eventually come in handy for Jaz and co.
Jasmine “Jaz” Parks was originally created as a sidekick but, as she continued to write, Rardin found that Parks was the biitten through whom the story was best told. Were-creatures join the plotline and we learn a lot more about Vayl’s past. In book four Jaz and Vayl are teamed up with her brother Dave, who has some issues to work out after Biting the Bullet.
Views Read Edit View history. At the centre of the books are two CIA “black ops” agents, one a former vampire-hunter-turned-spy, the other a year-old vampire. Oct 09, AH rated it really liked it Shelves: Four books in and I still think Vayl needs fleshing out.
Bitten to Death (Jaz Parks, book 4) by Jennifer Rardin
Not too long ago a mission went very badly – Jaz died but came back with strange new powers. Jaz is one of my favorite heroines in the urban fantasy genre.
Introduced to CS Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia at the age of 11, she became hooked on fantasy novels and was writing poetry and fiction from the age of 12, although her earliest success was a prizewinning essay on why she loved Sherlock Holmes. It seems like Jaz and Vayl might finally be ready to start moving forward in their relationship too which has been a long time coming.
Once Bitten, Twice Shy: I suppose this may be a transitional book, but I thought this book was a bit weak on character development.
Bitten to Death
It’s hard writing and it comes off great. Can’t wait to read the next one literally; I’ve already started it! Rardin has a great talent for creating realistic paranormal characters and, at the same time, keeping them from becoming as cheesy as they sometimes Read more reviews like this at http: Jaz can’t shoot her way out of this–even Bergman’s prototypes prove almost as dangerous as his stable designs, providing both comic relief and plot advancement–and we get back to the revenant storyline that started the series.
Cole does make an appearance toward the end of the book. She’s rather good at bringing everything to a head and filling the climax of the book with action and worry that I can see and feel.