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MANIC: Rook and Ronin, #2

MANIC: Rook and Ronin, #2

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****THIS SERIES IS NOW COMPLETE****
****MORE THAN 500 FIVE STAR REVIEWS FOR THIS TRILOGY***

TRAGIC is over and Rook is ready for the future--Spencer Shrike and the STURGIS contract!

It's three months of body art modeling! That means three months of Spencer Shrike's paintbrush all over her body, three months in front of Antoine's camera, and three

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****THIS SERIES IS NOW COMPLETE****
****MORE THAN 500 FIVE STAR REVIEWS FOR THIS TRILOGY***

TRAGIC is over and Rook is ready for the future--Spencer Shrike and the STURGIS contract!

It's three months of body art modeling! That means three months of Spencer Shrike's paintbrush all over her body, three months in front of Antoine's camera, and three months of twenty-four-hour filming for Spencer's Biker Channel reality show.

Wait a minute... what reality show? Maybe she should've read that STURGIS contract a little closer? ;)

Sure, Rook's bank account is overflowing, but Ronin is angry, Clare is trying to escape rehab, Antoine is a worried mess, and Elise is just trying to hold everyone together. Rook's new family is about to fall apart before she even gets the chance to enjoy it.

The Rook and Ronin Series has SEVEN books TOTAL

(1) TRAGIC
(2) MANIC
(3) PANIC
Spin-offs
(4) SLACK: A Day in the Life of Ford Aston
(5) TAUT: The Ford Book
(6) BOMB: A Day in the Life of Spencer Shrike
(7) GUNS: The Spencer Book

Editorial Reviews

Goodreads - Tiffany Tiffany
If you've read Tragic then you'll obviously want to read this one. J.A. Huss mixes scorching sexual tension, hot romance, suspense, and wit into an unforgettable story. If you haven't read Tragic, and you like the new adult genre, then I highly recommend you give it a read. It's phenomenal.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148764489
Publisher:
Science Future Press
Publication date:
07/24/2013
Series:
Rook and Ronin , #2
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
300
Sales rank:
58,740
File size:
233 KB

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MANIC: Rook and Ronin,. #2 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 39 reviews.
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MMMagine More than 1 year ago
Love J.A. Huss...her books are amazing! The whole Rook & Ronin series is awesome!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the Rook and Ronin series! Amazing! Everything I ever wanted from a book. I loved every word! I was so glad Spencer and Ford got their own books, because I love them too! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Such a great book..kept me glued ..wondering what would happen next!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Holy cow! What a cliffhanger! MANIC is so cryptic, I love it! Thank god book #3 PANIC is already available. Getting to know all the characters (in a subtle way) is great. Looking forward to reading more stories from this author and I haven't even finished this trilogy! I recommend MANIC. S.A.K.
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Marnee1026 More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. In this, the second book for Rook and Ronin, you will learn more about their backgrounds, meet new characters, and reacquaint with some characters from the first book. It is filled with drama, really hot sex, romance, mystery, and horror. Ronin, Spencer, and Ford are a team to tread lightly around, and you want them on your side. Two thumbs up!!! 
tracy814 More than 1 year ago
Loved the first book, loved the second book, and I loved the third book!! I was looking for a new author and I'm so happy I picked J. A. Huss! Loved Taut too. You won't be disappointed and if you are well...there's something wrong with you!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
 What a GREAT series. Love Rook and Ronin. Could not put down. Not going to spoil the read or series. This is a must read. If like , romance, bad boys,  suspense, betrayal, treason and everlasting team friendship.  You will love all the bad boys, Ronin,  Ford and Spencer. Talk about HOT MEN, OMG. Thank you J.A Huss for these great books.  
LittleReadRidingHood More than 1 year ago
I picked this up as soon as I finished Tragic - I had to know what happened next! Manic picks up not long after Tragic ends. Rook and Ronin are officially a couple, and life has to go on, with them not always working together. Poor Rook, who has issues, has to try and work through those (which you learn more about her issues in this story) with Ronin dealing with some things of his own. My thoughts and feelings for Manic blend with the next book, Panic, because I picked it up immediately after I finished, and started reading right away. So the story-lines kind of blur in my mind. But that's ok because in Manic things take a turn you might not be expecting, and all of a sudden this is more than a contemporary romance with damaged characters - there is suspense! There is drama! There are new fascinating characters! And ALL THE FEELS. And while Manic IMO wasn't as good as Tragic, it made me rush into the next book, Panic.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gooe series. Looking forward to the next book.
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ssmommie75TB More than 1 year ago
Loved, Loved, Loved this book. Awesome second book to Tragic. I'd almost say that Manic is so good it could be read as a standalone, but you really do need to read Tragic to give you the history of the characters you come to love in Manic. I also do not think Spencer could have painted Rook into a more perfect portrait at the end. And of course it leaves you dying to finish off the series with Panic, which I will be starting now.
psee More than 1 year ago
Ok, JA Huss, I need to add you to my favorite author's list. I so thoroughly enjoyed Tragic and I have to say, Manic topped it. I found the challenges that Rook faces in the Sturgis campaign to be very realistic. She is having to do some very uncomfortable things with people and she really is confused about how she feels. This to me was a very real portrayal as Rook is young and obviously not a trained model. Top it off with her history of an abusive relationship and you understand and feel her confusion. Throw into the mix Ronin and his need to be there for family and to not make another mistake with someone he cares for, and you have just the right amount of "get me angry" factor as he is having to run off and deal with Clare and her issues. I felt for Rook having to deal with this on top of everything else. I loved Spencer just a little more in this book and I loved the visuals Huss created with the paintings and the bikes, they seemed awesome. Now Ford, I'm not sure what to make of him and I continued to wonder if he was gonna pull some crap to ruin stuff for Rook and Ronin. I'm thinking he just may be a good guy. Another reason to love this book was that it had an ending for me, and although there is a mini cliffhanger with Rook's past, not sure which way this is gonna go, I still feel like this was a complete story in itself. Loved it and luckily I was able to go right into Panic.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the best series I have ever read! It is sexy, sweet, crazy oh gosh I could go on and on! The only complaint I have is the big event at the end, ended a little to quick. But that is the only complaint I have for this one! I love Rook and Ronin! Spencer and Ford are awesome. 5stars!!!!!!!!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cant wait for number 3
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great and fun book! Looking forward to book #3!
WhatsBeyondForks More than 1 year ago
Manic seemed more drama based this time around. There was less romance and less anticipation, but more suspense and more has been added to the plot. It was a good, strong story all around. I enjoyed it very much. The ARC of  Manic by J.A. Huss was provided to me by the Xpresso Book Tours for review. The opinions are my own.
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kirstyviz More than 1 year ago
I desperately wanted to love Manic as much as its big sibling Tragic, but I just felt there was something missing. It certainly was not J A Huss' writing style which is again fast-paced, compelling and sexy! Obviously there is a shift in Rook and Ronin's relationship now they are a couple and Ronin is absent for periods of this story because of Clare, yet I also went through the book sensing a change in Rook's personality. I understand her character has to develop but in the three months since the beginning of Tragic, Rook has a much tougher exterior which means for the majority of Manic there is a less emotional quality. Instead,I felt the book had a more journal-like feel although Rook and Ronin were still the narrators. The reader sees less of Antoine and Elise in Manic and in their Ford is introduced, and Spencer takes an important role in the plot. The atmosphere is strained at times, particularly when Ronin is in the studio and I think this adds to Rook's distance. I was enjoying the story, in a different way than Tragic, but J A Huss certainly had me on the edge of my seat by the climax, and now I am excited for Ronin and Rook's third book, Panic.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book !!!! Couldn't put it down .. can't wait for the third one to come out !!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago