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Return to Book Page. Preview — Bite Marks by Jennifer Rardin. Jaz Parks here. But I'm not alone. I'm hearing voices in my head - and they're not mine. The problem, or maybe the solution, is work. And the job's a stinker this time -- killing the gnomes that are threatening to topple NASA's Australian-based space complex.
Yeah, I know. Vayl and I should still be able to kick this one in our sleep. Except that Hell has thrown up a demon Jaz Parks here. Except that Hell has thrown up a demon named Kyphas to knock us off track.
And damn is she indestructible! Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 7. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Bite Marks , please sign up.
Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Bite Marks Jaz Parks, 6. Oct 09, AH rated it really liked it Shelves: demons , zzread-mar , fantasy , humor , vampires , gnomes. There are gnomes in this book! This installment of the Jaz Parks series finds Jaz and her crew down under in Australia.
Getting a crew that consists of an assassin, a sniper, a vampire, a seer, a gadgets guy, 3. Getting a crew that consists of an assassin, a sniper, a vampire, a seer, a gadgets guy, and a dog and all their gear to Australia is no mean feat, especially when a member of your team is sunlight challenged. Solution — a funeral marching band complete with mourners to meet your team at the airport. And so begins the hysterically funny book, Bite Marks.
This book is anything but serious. Prepare to suspend belief and I assure you that you will enjoy this book. I love the camaraderie of the team. They have inside jokes. They are able to laugh at each other rolling on the floor laughter and are able to laugh with each other. Each character brings their own strengths to the team.
Vayl brings his vampiric talents and special abilities. Bergman is an amazing inventor of most useful gadgets. Cassandra has the ability to see the future. Cole is their GQ good looking sniper. Jaz has her own talents as well. I absolutely loved Astral the robokitty. The robokitty became an integral part of the team, providing some of the funniest moments in the book.
Jaz seems a little schizophrenic in that her mind is occupied by a whole slew of characters. This series is a guilty pleasure of mine. Jennifer Rardin creates such a wacky, zany world that is fun to escape to. View all 12 comments.
I keep reading these books What is it that keeps me going? I suppose it's the handful of moments toward the end of each that show what Rardin is capable of accomplishing. There's usually a fight scene or a splattering of gore that's particularly exhilarating. In this one, the final showdown is entertaining, as is the audacious use of kangaroos. It's exciting, but I saw the resolution coming many, many chapters before, so We do get a compel I keep reading these books 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.
It's that discombobulated mind that causes most of my irritation with the series. Once again, we're faced with a maddening internal dialogue, as anthropomorphized aspects of Jaz's personality battle an invading influence.
This girl is nuttier than a fruitcake, and it does not endear her to me. Nor do her incessant potty jokes which I still can't see someone like Vayle tolerating.
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. All this dancing around the topic for five books, and it's suddenly laid out for everyone in three pages flat? Jack is cute and I want to know why he's so damn smart. His robokitty playmate Astral is hilarious after her meltdown. Bergman grows a set, which is nice, but I always liked his conspiracy theory neuroses.
Cole is breezy and amusing, but I don't know how he doesn't get killed amid all the wisecracks. I'm not sure I'll read the next. I'll ponder it when the reviews roll in. Jul 07, Natasha rated it really liked it. I've been a big fan from book one. 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. Since book one there's been sexual tension between Jaz and Vayl, and this book is all about them finally becoming a couple and trusting each other to rely on one another.
Now when I say the team, I cannot for Jack, the hilariously cute dog and now there's one more quirky pet into the picture, but I won't give anything away. Jaz and her team find themselves on an assignment to stop a horde of gnomes led by the followers of the god Ufran from getting their larvae into the Canberra Deep Space Complex.
She also finds herself with some extra company who makes her life even more difficult. Pretty crazy! This book is one of the more serious ones when it comes to the relationship between Jaz and Vayl. I found it was a turning point in the series. Their personal life is mixing with their professional life, and we get to see how they handle it. 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.
Like always, Cole is hilarious. At times, I wish Jaz and him were together, but most of the time I love Vayl more. I think there was a set up for the next story with Cole and Kyphas from Cassandra's vision. I hope Cole will be okay! He's a sucker for a girl with good looks.
Bite Marks by Jennifer Rardin, book six of Jaz Parks.
Jaz Parks here. The problem, or maybe the solution, is work. Yeah, I know. Vayl and I should still be able to kick this one in our sleep. Except that Hell has thrown up a demon named Kyphas to knock us off track. And damn is she indestructible! Raoul pointed to the canister belt Cole had carried in.
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