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  • Posted January 11, 2013

    Book two in Juliana Stone┬┐s Jaguar Warriors series picks up a co

    Book two in Juliana Stone’s Jaguar Warriors series picks up a couple of months after His Darkest Hunger. The two oldest Castille brothers left their younger brother Jagger in the jungle not knowing if he was alive or not. Jagger has been roaming the jungle, fully embracing his jaguar. Jagger has a mix of post-traumatic stress disorder and survivors guilt, maybe. I never fully understood him staying behind in the jungle and shifting to cat for extended period of time while estranging himself from his family.
    Skye is a very rare eagle shifter who has been tasked with protecting an ancient artifact that is in fact the gate to the underworld. Her people have guarded it for eons. Skye feels that she is the one who must seal the portal forever. The DaCosta’s and Cormac are still after her, they have even begun calling in every mercenary they can to find her. Skye is being chased by unknown evils, a jaguar warrior whom she has been raised to believe is her enemy, and all she wants to do is find the portal that her father hid.  
    The sexual tension between Skye and Jagger is high. The tension is continuously raised with their number of near encounters. While I love some sexual tension in my romances this tactic became old. They are constantly interrupted or the brakes are put on, every time this couple begins to get in bed together. They wanted each other desperately and I just wanted to shout at the book “just get it over with!”
    My biggest complaint was the lack of wrap up with the ending. Typically readers are given a type of closure of the turmoil that brought the hero and heroine together along with the happily ever after. I did not get that closure. It seems like what Skye and Jagger started off trying to complete was left hanging. There is also a mild cliffhanger with what has happened to several secondary characters. The missing element for me left me feeling that the ending was rushed or perhaps something was edited out. 
    I will continue this series. I’ve loved the League of Guardians books. The one question I have had with those books must take place in the last jaguar book. 

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