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Shiarra is on the cusp of taking a big step — finally signing the hainea between herself and Chaz that would formalise their relationship between a Human and an Other. What made me adore it almost as much as its predecessors was the sense of well I was totally sucked in by the mystery and was looking in the completely wrong Gah!
I have to say that infidelity is something i have a major issue about, and reading about it really pulls up a lot of emotions. Then, confusing, threatening notes start appearing inside their cabin.
He threatens, uses and intimidates Deceivved, he also sleeps around and lusts after other women. If she can just find a safe place to get her bearings she can make a decision on what to do.
In TBTO, she once again went back to frustrating me because of her fear of vampires. Chaz is off busy dealing with the pack.
Does she find out what the issue is? Jess does something with Chaz that will have you screaming and wanting to tear h Deceived by the Others begins as a more laid back book. Which means she might end up turning into a werewolf herself. The aftermath of this trip is where the story gets really interesting and I had a hard time putting it down.
She thinks she is smart. And unfortunately I was incredibly disappointed in this book. I mean, death threats? Jan 19, Natasha rated it it was amazing. Venom in the Veins. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I’m also not feeling the connections in some ways Shia tells her story in a very telling way, which doesn’t always convey the emotional component to things. Confessions of a Vampire’s Girlfriend.
Royce was still a slimy jerk though, all he’s ever done is manipulate Shia and put her in danger. Then their cabin is ransacked. It was disappointing to see him involved in an intimate relationship with someone else, as he’s been pursuing S all this time.
That’s not the only trouble. I loved how well she handled everything the pack threw at her otbers power struggles, to hurtful insults, to rumours. And, it’s quite a bh. This series revolves around the vampires and is set in a paranormal world.
For that reason, I kept pushing it to the bottom of my TBR list.
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The group takes the were- concept into a seldom explored area and I would love to find out more about them. It’s hard to say, but even knowing it was in pure need for Chaz, I’m not liking him right now.
Shiarra might be next. Even after the leader of the White Hats, New York’s king vampire Royce, and a stalking reporter tells her that her latest adventure will put her at risk. But my complaint is that she was PI But I really do believe eventually Alec and Shia will progress to more than just their odd vampire-human thing they have going on right now. July 1, Imprint: These vampires, Max Carlyle and Alec Royce are the biggest enemies of one another and the only thing that they agree with is that both of them want to have Shiarra for their own reasons.
Jul 13, Tamara rated it liked it Shelves: She is so very close to taking things to the next step with Chaz, the contract is all filled out and signed by her, she just needs to work up the courage to present it to him, taking their relationship to the next level. Insert your e-mail below to start getting these recommendations.
Deceived By The Others (H & W Investigations, book 3) by Jess Haines
Richard from Anita Blake. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Jeas I loved about the first book is the fact that Shiarra is a iess who is actively taking part in a paranormal world.
There is something “there” about the series that keeps me coming back, but there isn’t enough to really drive me forward once I get there. This book does not provoke much emotion for me. I almost DNF’d this book.
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She loses so much in this book. As for the ending Man, she may have gotten the rounds in the previous books, but I think this one takes the cake. I mean, I had to stop and put the book down because I was so mad. He’s such a rubbish love interest, it’s obvious he doesn’t love her — the only reason he shows any interest in her is because she doesn’t want him.
The author did a really good job putting me in Shia’s position.