Brazen (Women of the Otherworld Series)

Brazen (Women of the Otherworld Series)

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by Kelley Armstrong, Xaviere Daumarie
     
 

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Nick Sorrentino knows everyone in the supernatural world considers him the Pack's playboy, the pretty but not very useful werewolf whose only reputation involves his amorous exploits.

Usually, Nick couldn't care less what anyone outside the Pack thinks of him. But when it affects his hunt for Malcolm Danvers, a psychotic bogeyman from the Pack's past, it

Overview

Nick Sorrentino knows everyone in the supernatural world considers him the Pack's playboy, the pretty but not very useful werewolf whose only reputation involves his amorous exploits.

Usually, Nick couldn't care less what anyone outside the Pack thinks of him. But when it affects his hunt for Malcolm Danvers, a psychotic bogeyman from the Pack's past, it matters.

Necessity forces Nick to team up with mercenary half-demon Vanessa Callas to run Malcolm to ground in Detroit. Together, they discover Malcolm is more deadly than ever. And he wants to play.

It's time for Nick to prove he's not just a lover.

He's a fighter.

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
09/16/2013
Bestseller Armstrong’s newest Otherworld novella is a mediocre love story masquerading as an urban fantasy mystery. Heartbreaker werewolf Nick Sorrentino is dispatched to hunt Malcolm Danvers, the pack’s sadistic former alpha; he is aided by supernatural PI Vanessa Callas, a fire demon whose abilities are never fully exploited in the story. Nick’s assertion that Vanessa underestimates Malcolm is proven correct when one of her agents is injured to bait them. As Malcolm taunts them with gory tableaus of dead female victims (and Armstrong suggests that Malcolm may be gay, as though that has any bearing on his evilness), Vanessa discovers Nick is more than a handsome womanizer. Though little time is spent developing the relationship between Nick and Vanessa beyond adrenaline-driven sex, the plot evaporates just in time for the pair to realize that they’d like to become better acquainted. Strictly for diehard Otherworld fans. Agent: Helen Heller, Helen Heller Agency. (Dec.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781596066168
Publisher:
Subterranean Press
Publication date:
12/28/2013
Series:
Women of the Otherworld Series
Edition description:
Deluxe
Pages:
213
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.10(h) x 1.20(d)

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Brazen 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well, i just love that Kelley Armstrong is continuing to give stories from this world....I really hope she continues to do so for a very long time! That said, this was probably my least liked of all her books/novellas....why?....it was a little bit boring, I loved reading about Nick, but you really did'nt learn anything new about him, and the female main character was not all that fleshed out (i know it's a novella, but Ms. Armstrong usually does a better job than this in her short stories), also, what you did learn about this character just made her seem incompetent, especially for an ex-fbi agent...oh well, the author can't please everyone all the time & she is still definately on my "automatic buy list".
ladyL More than 1 year ago
I,for one,sorely missed when Kelley Armstrong decided to finish with the Otherworls series. I loved all these charecters and really miss them like a long depended on friend. This is Nick's story,the Poster Boy of the pack but extremely loyal nonetheless. He is tracking Malcom,the previous pack leader(jeremy)psycho father. It is so good to read these well written and loved charecters again.Are we ever "done"with a good friend?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this book! So many twist and turns!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok.  As others have said, not as tight or fleshed out as the others.  Symptomatic is that I could not fathom the love interest. Because mid-life crises and unjustified arrogance are oh-so-irresistible?  The whole plastic "relationship" felt like phoned in wish fulfillment.   Ah well.  Her other books are still auto buys for me.  .
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JKW24 More than 1 year ago
If you are a Werewolf, no need to read this one. If you are not, Ms. Armstrong has a feel for their character, actions, thoughts and meals. She handles the story with feeling and believability. It reads like a thriller. . . I turned the pages so fast, it was like a fan. Not only is it an excellent read, but we have a new hero. . . who happens to belong to a family/Pack
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this one, though the writing wasnt a tight as other stories in the series.
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