Fighting Lady Jayne

Fighting Lady Jayne

by Michelle M. Pillow

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BN ID: 2940158723711
Publisher: The Raven Books LLC
Publication date: 01/14/2018
Series: Divinity Warriors , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 358
Sales rank: 220,313
File size: 476 KB

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New York Times & USA TODAY Bestselling Author

Michelle loves to travel and try new things, whether it's a paranormal investigation of an old Vaudeville Theatre or climbing Mayan temples in Belize. She's addicted to movies and used to drive her mother crazy while quoting random scenes with her brother. Though it has yet to happen, her dream is to be a zombie in a horror movie. For the most part she can be found writing in her office with a cup of coffee while wearing pajama pants. ?

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Fighting Lady Jayne 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
LilGriffon More than 1 year ago
I love Michelle Pillow's books and this series is just another continuation of her great writing. Jane "The Sweet" Hart is a fighter, bare fists. She's had some augmentation done but her sponsor, Divinity, is shady. After a fight that she loses, not by fair means, they send her off to another dimension where she and several other women are mated unwillingly to Starian Warriors! Ronen had no intention of selecting a bride; he had no desire for a mate. When Jane selects him, passions inflame and trouble ensues! He's a warrior, a noble, and his planet is at war. Women are cherished and meant to be protected; as such he has no idea how to deal with Jane. I am in love with this series and cannot wait to read more!
shannashedevil More than 1 year ago
Loving this series. I enjoyed this book just as much as the last. I like how the author retells the story from the point of view of a different character, so you won't have any issues picking up one of these books mid-series. Great writing, great plot, great idea. Love.
Cherri-Anne More than 1 year ago
That’s right, sunbeam, I’m looking at you! Fantastic!!  I think I even enjoyed this story more than Lilith Enraptured and I LOVED that one!  I thought maybe because this being the second book in the series that I was already familiar with what was going on, the ladies new home, etc. but then after a brief thought of just that I realized that is not the case at all!  Jayne is someone I could relate to in some ways.  No I am not a fighter (in fact as far from that as possible!), and unfortunately I have never been to a different plane and attended a breeding ceremony where I could find me my own awesome hunk (How dreamy would it be to have your own hunk say to you “Here we mate until death”  *sigh*), ummm…what was I saying?  Oh yeah!   I can relate to Jayne because our humor is quite similar as is our difficulty in opening our heart to someone and to be able to speak our feelings out loud to said person.  So much humor, albeit a dry, often ironic right down to sarcastic humor mostly, makes for some pretty hilarious lines!  Even more so when the other person doesn’t understand the humor and takes it all literally!  Like when Jayne says to Ronen “Let me up, you son of a whoring cat!  To which he replies “..my mother was a gracious and good lady”.  Sometimes the funniest parts are the misunderstandings!  The lack of being able to admit feelings to themselves let alone to actually give voice to them in an empty room or hallway, was actually funny but for them to not even be able to say it to each other – YEESH!  Super frustrating!!!  Of course that is also part of the charm and what makes this story that much more enjoyable.  I love that the same scene from Lilith’s story of where the girls all wake up to find themselves in a cell together and no recollection of how they got there or why, is also in this story, but by changing the POV from Lilith to Jayne it gives you a different look at it so that it almost feels like another piece of a puzzle that you didn’t know was missing is now found!  Again, maybe having read Lilith Enraptured also helps cast a light on the situation so you can now focus on other things going on, but I think it still is because of Michelle’s talent of being able to tell the same scene or scenes over again but from a different angle that gives you new insight into what is going on.  To be able to take all of these attributes that I have mentioned and more and blend them together into a terrific story is not something that just anyone can do!!  It takes a very talented author to be able to take so many different elements and craft them into a story that you just can’t put down, well in my opinion that is exactly what Michelle is capable of doing time and time again!!  But don’t just take my “word” for it – one-click away and enjoy another terrific story from the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Michelle M. Pillow!!
blaise_zillah More than 1 year ago
loved the way the Jayne keeps trying to run away, causing her "Husband" to chase after her and love reading strong willed women Jayne learning to love with her heart and not just fight with her fists I enjoyed them each learning the ways of the other
pammyl More than 1 year ago
Wow this book is the 2nd in the Divinity Warriors 1st one being Lilith Enraptured. In this on jayne is a boxer, ando an independent woman kidnapped and send to a old earth full of knights. Full head butting, cases, oh I could go on and on but that would give it way and don't get me started on the queen! Lol  funny, action and fun of steamy hotness
cherigCG More than 1 year ago
Fighting Lady Jayne and the title is no play on words The second book in the Divinity Warriors Series tells the story of Fighting Lady Jayne and the title is no play on words. This "Lady" is tops in her worlds version of the MMA/Fight Club. She never loses and makes lots of bet money for her managers. She never even considered the consequences of losing. She won fair and square--but what if her opponent wasn't so scrupulous? Waking up in a cell with several other females she finally considers. Like the others she is paraded into a room full of robust, gorgeous knights having been informed she would be chosen mate of one. Not in her lifetime! Jayne never does the expected, you'll enjoy how she takes control and fights her imprisonment. There are compensations, the hot knight Ronen. It seems these people are not just warriors they are lovers as well. While she may be a fighter with this gorgeous guy sex is something she isn't fighting. Will her baggage keep her from him? How will the proud Knight deal with this unusual woman who has captivated, seduced him while keeping him emotionally away? Ronen has his own issues from his past history. You will find yourself, laughing, rooting each of them on, empathetic with their internal battles and falling for them both. The steam is not only from the special blue spring water on this planet. The interaction with the queen and the knights will keep you grinning. This new to me series is a keeper and I can't wait to see how the other women fair.
gaele More than 1 year ago
AudioBook Review:   Stars:  Overall  5  Narration  5  Story  5  The second book in the Divinity Warriors series starts in the same place as the first: the women we will follow in this series awaken in a jail cell, far removed from the plane on which they lived, with no apparent way to escape.  Here we get a glimpse at the others in the series, but this is Jayne’s story, and she has this take no prisoners attitude about being sure you understand who she is and where she comes from.  Michelle Pillow has built a world in this series that manages to carry the feel of medieval times, while the women that have suddenly appeared are from dimensions far more technologically advanced and far less primitive.  Rough situations are no real hardship for Jayne, however, a fighter who is used to holding her own; she is ready to make her mark on whoever appears to tell her no.  Ronen is another character that we have met briefly in the first book: a warrior with a heart of gold, he doesn’t believe that he or his brother stands a chance at love.  Believing himself cursed, he is utterly amazed when he is chosen, by a woman, at the breeding ceremony.   Jayne is the woman who saw what appealed and claimed it: a boxer by trade, her attitude is less than traditional on Staria, she isn’t the docile or submissive woman that Ronen expected.  He is, however, nearly instantly smitten and wishes to do what he can to make her happy, even as this conflicts with the alpha nature that has been honed through years of battle.   Again, the two have several clever interactions as they are both working to gain supremacy in the relationship, it isn’t until they both learn to compromise and trust in each other that their relationship moves from sexy tension and mind-blowing sensual and sexual scenes to heartfelt sensuality that hits the reader like a punch to the gut, the emotional impact as they come to share their feelings and love for one another is palpable and presents several moments to smile.  As this is running on the same time-line as the first book, the progression of Jayne and Ronen’s relationship is different than, yet just as satisfying as Soren and Lilith’s.  Two wholly different and complete characters, developed with quirks and traits that are real and unique.  Again the narration in this story is provided most capably by Rebecca Cook, who manages to insert the emotional inflections and personalities of the characters into her voicing that doesn’t distract but enhances the story and makes for a great listen.  I received an audiobook copy from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 
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