Blood & Tears (Jane #3) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Jane's back! And she's not alone. Someone is creating new vampires and Father Bellini has hand-picked a crack team to find out who's responsible. Meet the boys that have Jane's back!

Felipe- Strong, handsome, Italian. This sexy vampire is not only Jane's trainer, he's her friend. But he wants something more from the relationship. Is she ready to give him what he asks?
Ronin- A vampire priest who lives with ...
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Blood & Tears (Jane #3)

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Overview

Jane's back! And she's not alone. Someone is creating new vampires and Father Bellini has hand-picked a crack team to find out who's responsible. Meet the boys that have Jane's back!

Felipe- Strong, handsome, Italian. This sexy vampire is not only Jane's trainer, he's her friend. But he wants something more from the relationship. Is she ready to give him what he asks?
Ronin- A vampire priest who lives with Felipe and Jane, he refuses to let his flock go into battle unprotected. Armed with a wooden cross and a machine gun, his loyalty is unquestionable and unmatched.
Ado- After New Blood, Ado is dealing with the loss of his previous partner. He struggles with feelings of guilt, despair, and vengeance.
Benton- One of the two humans on the team, Benton was kidnapped at the age of 15 and used as a blood slave for more than two years. Since his rescue by Ado, Benton has been a key player in the fight against rogues.
Jax- The other human team member, Jax was introduced to the world of vampires when his brother was turned. After spending years in the dull work of security forces, Jax is looking for some action.

Approximately 19,000 words
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012590794
  • Publisher: Samantha Warren
  • Publication date: 4/27/2011
  • Series: Jane , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 418,505
  • File size: 138 KB

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  • Posted June 12, 2011

    Enjoyed

    I read this book right on the heels of book #2, New Blood. This series has been very enjoyable to read. Each novella has been short, well written and quick paced. I'm giving some spoilers here on this one, so be forewarned.

    I liked the fact that Samantha Warren put a block of time in from Book #2 to this book. The adding of these 6 months, gave a more realistic change to what Jane was undergoing in the story. Her relationship with Felipe finally starts to move, but at a very lifelike pace. I am glad she didn't just jump right into bed with him after just a few weeks of her husband being dead.

    I enjoyed the friendship that she started with Annie. I knew she needed a "girlfriend", and I was not surprised by the story Annie said, but I was happy they became friends.

    I enjoyed this book just like I enjoyed the first two. There is only one thing I did not like about his book. I felt it ended too sharply. I was engrossed in the battle, and there was pain, there were tears and then it was over. I would have liked to see it go just a bit further. It was a sharp ending to me, and I would have liked it to be a bit softer.

    Other than that point, I loved the book and have enjoyed this very quick Novella series. Keep up the good work Ms. Warren.

    (If I could give half stars, I would on this. I would give this a 4.5 based on my own personal feelings of how I liked the story. The loss of the half star would be for the abrupt ending - but since I can't give a half star - she is getting the full boat, because I have enjoyed the series.)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted January 15, 2013

    Dawn

    Ok

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2013

    Labrand

    Ok go to 5th

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