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 . 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. Bite Marks (Jaz Parks, book 6) by Jennifer Rardin – book cover, description, publication history.
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I didn’t give a synopsis of the plot Bite Marks because the main plot of each book isn’t really why I read the series. It started to feel a bit like info dumping.
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An Evening for Vayl and Jaz. He was my favorite in this book, we really see him start to come out of his shell. These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. So much of the first half of raddin book dealt with Cassandra’s demon problems that I forgot what their original mission was.
They haven’t failed a mission yet, but this one may be the one to knock them down. Like all the Jaz books, it was filled with great action and twists.
I understand there’s lots of Eastern Grays around this area. I kept having to re-read sentences because they didn’t make sense, didn’t flow right, or there were pieces left out. Customers who bought this item also bought. Aug 21, The Flooze rated it liked it Shelves: Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
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All of my favorites are around to take part in the action including Cole, Cassa My thoughts The Unfinished Novel and Other stories. It’s one thing that seems to get lost in amonst everything else going on.
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.
Jaz and crew are assigned to a mission in which some gnomes are trying to take out the Australian based NASA complex. After biting the neck of a domyter during a forced visit to his territory, she now has unwelcome voices in her head. I would totally break me off a piece of that. Vayl suffered from the loss of his two boys and jnenifer now trying to move past his loss and work towards his future with Jasmine.
I’m glad though that there was much more personal interaction between Vayl and Jaz however. Overall a fun read. The characters, as usual, are what make the story, coupled with all the great fight scenes. Jaz and her team find themselves trying to save the Space Program. The Vampire’s Accidental Wife. Readers have had mixed views about the rrardin in Jaz’s head but I found thatr Granny May in particular was pretty funny.
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Jan 13, Angie Mind Malfunction rated it it was amazing. After finally getting busy with Vayl between bookswhile she recovered from her injuries picked up in the last nite, the whole crew arrive in Australia. I’m hearing voices in my head – and they’re not mine.
Bite Marks (Jaz Parks, #6) by Jennifer Rardin
Oddly enough, that’s what keeps each book from garnering a solid five star mark from me, yet it doesn’t affect at all how much I love the series. And damn is she indestructible! All this dancing around the topic for five books, and it’s suddenly laid out for everyone in three pages flat? Can’t wait for the next book.
It also seems like Cole has jeninfer realized he just wasn’t they guy for her, and is taking it with his usual sense of humor. And the job’s a stinker this time — killing the gnomes that are threatening to topple NASA’s Australian-based space complex.
Sep 13, Sandirae Kennedy rated it it was amazing.
Bite Marks (Jaz Parks, Book 6): Jennifer Rardin: : Books
She penned eight Jaz Parks novels in her life. Jasmine Jaz Parks is an assassin with the CIA, who works with her handsome Romanian vampire boss, Vayl, to track down supernatural terrorists around the world. I’m deeply saddened to have learned of the untimely death of Jennifer Rardin late last year. I’ll ponder it when the reviews roll in. A good romantic interest, a hot and steamy scene here or there, maybe even some drama and turmoil to keep it spicy.
Then when they arrive in Australia they find out the demon Cassandra has been fleeing from has finally found her. The Jaz Parks series by Jennifer Rardin definitely has all that and so much more. Each book has introduced a slightly new element I held on through book 5 hoping that book 6 would bring back the great protagonist I’d initially met, the fun and interesting story lines I’d seen in the first four books, and the snappy writing and dialog which helped push it along. All that said, Rardin outdid herself with this one.
Pair this up with Jaz’s massively stubborn refusal to trust those around her and all I want to do is bind her in a straight jacket and pump her full of meds. The problem, or maybe the solution, is work.
To view it, click here. Jul 26, aaron rated it really liked it. And the job’s a stinker this time — killing the gnomes that are threatening to topple NASA’s Australian-based space complex. At times, I wish Jaz and him were together, but most of the time I love Vayl more.
The beginning of the book is hilarious where Cole meets Jaz off the plane with a jazzy funeral precession for Vayl that includes a golf bag coffin! We do get a compelling glimpse into Vayle’s past, in his own voice–a piece of writing that, stylistically, far surpasses anything coming from Jaz’s disjointed mind.