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And soon Jane is once again placed in the middle of a turf war, this time between vampires and their old enemy the weres. Everyone seems to be hiding things from Jane, things that could get her hurt, or worse killed.
Once again I find myself struggling with this series. Also, why does almost every guy Jane meet want to sleep with her?? And how does Jane not lose her shit and tell everyone to fuck off when they keep on hiding things from her?? Instead of righteous anger, she tried to bood excuses for him. I know they have great chemistry, but her own reactions to him made me lose all respect for her. Beast was definitely yellowock only thing that worked for me in this book.
I just love croes. Oh and Derek and Wrassler were awesome too. This book was actually the worst so far: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again.
Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Mercy Blade by Faith Hunter. Things are heating up in the Big Easy. Weres have announced their existence to the world, and revived the bitter tensions that run between them and their old enemies: When Jane is attacked by a pack of marauding werewolves, she is thankful for the help Things are heating up in the Big Easy.
When Jane is attacked by a pack of marauding werewolves, she is thankful for the help of a mysterious stranger named Girrard. He explains that he used to be Leo’s ‘Mercy Blade,’ a sacred position charged with killing vampires who have gone insane. What Jane doesn’t know is why this powerful assassin left New Orleans–or, more troubling, why he’s now returned. It’s definitely not to make Jane’s life easier Mass Market Paperbackpages.
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Oh Jane…How can you be so on point in your professional life and so totally messed up in your personal one. It is baffling to the mind. So the things I enjoy in this story are all on the plot side: I love those guys and if Jane should be interested in anyone in this book it should be one of them.
It was horrible the things that happened to him but I like that Leo ceoss him in.
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But then there was all the stuff that really annoyed me and got in the way. Look maybe there is a really fine line yellorwock but I think that there was cheating all around and that one individual just took it farther than others. I absolutely hate that view spoiler [Rick completely cheated on Jane and slept with another woman while undercover.
I was sure he was not the monogamous type but still that yellkwrock harsh.
Jane Yellowrock: Blood Cross 2 by Faith Hunter (2010, Paperback)
Sure I feel bad about the hell he went through later but once a cheater always a cheater in my opinion and I never liked him anyway. Her kissing scene with Bruiser was way hotter than anything Jane has shared with Rick thus far. But I still hate that view spoiler [She kissed Bruiser and made out pretty hard with him in the shower.
If she had thought that he was probably a cheat and she was done with him I probably would have been all aboard the kissing train. He is a dick bastard get over it.
Men, Women, vamps, weres, humans and non-humans. Seriously what is up with that? It is like her smell is like a hit of Ecstasy or some other drug. It is annoying actually. There are just so many things that are left dangling that because this is all in first person you have no idea what is going on with a lot of the characters. Like that hole line with Evangeline view spoiler [putting a love spell on Bruiser.
I was upset with Jane. I thought she was better than that. There was no resolution to that to. Rick shows up and he is now a werecat. I will be so pissed at her if she forgives him for janw.
Why is she even trying to be with him still. View all 10 comments. Feb 17, Choko rated it really liked it Shelves: This series is so much fun! Not ha-ha fun, but adrenaline rush kind of fun. This being the third book in the series, we already have a yeklowrock with Jane Y. She is Cherokee and with a very ambiguous history, but one thing is for sure – the soul of a large wild cat shares her body with her, after a magical accident in a moment of self preservation.
This makes for very interesting thought patterns when they shift into any other animal but a large feline. Big Cat, or Beast croas we know her, is very resentful of any time Jane chooses a form other than hers since, after all, what is better or more beautiful than Big Cat???
So, Jane is dating, hers and Beast’s hormones are settling down, and just as they think life will be only getting better, Leo the Master Vampire of New Orleans, finds her another job. The sweet freedom of vacation is over. Shapeshifters have chosen to come out officially Infront of the world in order to take their proper and jae place in society. The vamps are not pleased and Jane is given the honor of delivering a warning and a “request” to either parley and come to some political agreement, or get out of his territory.
But the newly open werewolves are not yellowdock to go gently In fact, they have their own plans for whom they are going to stay civil with and who they are going to deliver revenge to. They also hang out with a weird, some type of magical creature, who seems to be playing games with all sides towards his own gains.
It all hits a crescendo at a diplomatic meeting at Vampire Central between Leo and a delegation of African Cat Shifters. Add to the chaos Rick the undercover boyfriend cop, a houseguest witch with suspicious motives, and an old insane vamp, and we have a receipt for disaster! It’s a good thing Jane and Beast have got each other’s backs. The book was very entertaining and engaging.
The pace build up steadily and managed to end with a bang. And the end is so intense, I have to employ tremendous amount of restraint in order to wait until next Wednesday to start next installment!!!
It is a story that all, not only fans of the genre, would enjoy!!! I wish you all Happy Reading and may you always find what you need in the pages of a book!!! View all 15 comments. An unusual thing about this series is that Jane is a form of shifter, although not considered a were — usually the first and second books involving shifters involve OTHER shifters as the main focus.
Instead Jane Yellowrock has mainly involved vampires and witches until now. Apparently in these books weres are turned off by her smell instead. Gee DiMercy is introduced in this third book as well, a strange and mysterious rare creature that brings life to his scenes between impressive fighting and teasing stalking.
There is a particularly cool scene where her magic backfires when Jane trusts her judgement on dealing deeper into her past. Their dancing outside on the patio ends up being one of the hottest, most magical scenes of the series. Throw in the shower scene and yikes!
Bruiser becomes more focused and almost domineering in this one, which was a turn on, but he does make it clear in the end who his heart really belongs to so I can imagine the heart crush impact of that with Jane. I hold out for the Bruiser and Jane soul mate bonds, combined with Leo perfection hope sandwich someday. The ending wraps this particular issue up well, but only in the afterword. The Katie dance scene was awkward but humorous, and there’s some changes there.
We get Beast time and a few shifts so that is all good. Can a party go more wrong? So much security went into the were meeting, but once you have unexpected guests, a vicious murder, and a returning Carrie coming in like Carrie from the prom, you have mayhem. You get Jane being a truly badass rescuer who lives up to her lethal name, but those final paragraphs give us a nasty cliffhanger about Rick again. Overall the book is just as good as the first two, getting more involved with other creatures and world-building, finally Leo starting to move on from his loss, more development with existing characters, and Jane settling in farther with Beast.