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Bayon/Jean-Baptiste

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

The Saga Continues....

Ok, this is me reading Bayon/ Jean-Baptiste. La,la,la,la, ooooh hot and sexy, la,la,la,la, mmmmm, more hot and sexy, la,la ....wait....what???? That can't be the end!! Ahhhhhhhh!! THE HUMANITY!!! I mean seriously, I fell for it again. D'oh! That being said, I can say wi...
Ok, this is me reading Bayon/ Jean-Baptiste. La,la,la,la, ooooh hot and sexy, la,la,la,la, mmmmm, more hot and sexy, la,la ....wait....what???? That can't be the end!! Ahhhhhhhh!! THE HUMANITY!!! I mean seriously, I fell for it again. D'oh! That being said, I can say with out any doubt that I have never enjoyed being stabbed in the heart quite as much.

The whole legend of the Pantera and their failing magic is continued in Bayon/ Jean-Baptiste. Bayon is searching for the villain who harmed Ashe and her unborn child. The child that may be the sole hope of saving the Pantera. Bayon is thrown off the search when he finds the woman he thought was dead for 25 years. She has been tortured and is mentally fractured, but Bayon knows he has found his mate and she may hold the answers they need to finally stop the hidden enemy.

Jean-Baptiste is a born Nurturer for the Pantera. He specializes in helping Pantera whose inner Puma has gone feral. Jean-Baptist has a secret he's been trying to deal with. He has lost control of his cat and has taken extreme measures to maintain a grip. Unfortunately with the trouble the clan is having, Jean- Baptiste is pulled into duty and he is paired with a straight laced, hard nosed suit, Genevieve Burel (Remember that last name). An ill-timed but undeniable attraction flares between the two Pantera, but if they give in to their desires, it could have deadly consequences.

I love this series, but then again, I must be a masochist, because this book puts you through the ringer. Both Ms. Ivy and Ms. Wright have perfected the formula for lulling the reader into a false sense of HEA and then beating them over the head with uncertainty. I hereby dub these authors as the Queens of Cliffhangers.

posted by Sebella on April 23, 2013

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Most Helpful Critical Review

8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

Incomplete could have been better.

Ok. I get that the plot is a continous storyline focusing on each pair of lovers. But to end it in the middle of a scene without clear resolution just plain frustrates me.
I like this series and the characters. But the writer's style needs more refinement and better ed...
Ok. I get that the plot is a continous storyline focusing on each pair of lovers. But to end it in the middle of a scene without clear resolution just plain frustrates me.
I like this series and the characters. But the writer's style needs more refinement and better editing. Misspellings and missing words were too numerous to ignore.
I will still continue with the series but my expectations will be lower than they have been. Seems like the writer is in too much of a hurry getting published instead of writing enough content for a really great book.

posted by misspriss61765 on April 17, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2013

    Incomplete could have been better.

    Ok. I get that the plot is a continous storyline focusing on each pair of lovers. But to end it in the middle of a scene without clear resolution just plain frustrates me.
    I like this series and the characters. But the writer's style needs more refinement and better editing. Misspellings and missing words were too numerous to ignore.
    I will still continue with the series but my expectations will be lower than they have been. Seems like the writer is in too much of a hurry getting published instead of writing enough content for a really great book.

    8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2013

    Installments

    While I enjoy the story, I hate the way it is being told in installments! By the time the next book comes out, I've nearly forgotten what has gone before. Frustrating!

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 9, 2013

    Hooked Again!

    Another wonderful read from two of my best authors. I can only hope the collaboration continues... The book kept me spell bound and hungry for more. Great Job

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted April 13, 2014

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