by Kathi S. Barton


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Jarrett by Kathi S. Barton

Addison Parker is on the run. No matter how fast she runs, or how far she travels she can't hide from herself, or the gift she's been cursed with. She can read people's minds and with a touch can see into their future. That is a secret that she has learned to keep well―everyone always wanted something from her when they learned what she could do. It's easier to avoid people all together.
Jarrett Emerson is just helping his dad and brother protect an innocent from a perverted wretch. But when a falling brick knocks Addie unconscious, she falls right into Jarrett's arms. To his surprise he realizes that she is his mate and human...
Addie felt stupid standing there like she was and moved to the sink. Jarrett watched her before he reached for a second glass. Addie had no idea why, but she thought he was nervous. "I'm not going to pounce on you."
As soon as the words left her mouth, she knew that she'd made a major mistake. He turned so quickly that she backed up and hit her ass on the counter behind her. He didn't stop there but took the two more steps to have her leaning back to look up at him.
"I'd like nothing more than to have you pounce on me." His voice was a soft growl that had her thinking all sorts of things that had nothing to do with food. "You're very beautiful."
"No, I'm not." He nodded and halved the distance between them. "You're too close. I can't think when you're this close."
Jarrett doesn't want her to leave. If she goes, he goes with her. That's the way it is with mates. But when a corrupt attorney has other ideas, the Emersons have to regroup to protect what they now consider their own....

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ISBN-13: 9781629892412
Publisher: World Castle Publishing
Publication date: 03/23/2015
Pages: 230
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)

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Jarrett 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
$5:99 for 159 pages Too expensive The story is very choppy and badly written The characters reactions are all off as well
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very shoppy
CindyB1 More than 1 year ago
I love Kathi Barton books!! This newest addition to the Emerson Wolves really strikes a chord with me. As a woman who has battled depression on and off for years, I love how Addie explains what she is feeling. It is so hard for someone who has not been there to understand what a person is feeling, the self doubt, self loathing and insecurity that comes with it. Addie's problems are not swept under the carpet or forgotten as the the story gains momentum either. She is not magically cured. And Jarrett, he is a breath of fresh air. He isn't the overly confident alpha male that appears in most of Mrs. Barton's writings. He has self doubt about his abilities. I love how the entire family takes Addie in and gives her what she needs the most - love. I think it will be an interesting journey through the rest of this series and I can't wait to see how Addie and Jarrett blossom.
nikirenee More than 1 year ago
I really do enjoy the men and their mates but sometimes the parent or parents are my real love of the story. Cash is such a wonderful caring character that you just can't help but love him. He seems to be the glue that helps his son's understand and connect to their mates. Finding Addison was an emotional experience for him, he knew she needed help and wanted to provide it. Addison was a wreck, opinionated,leery, snarky, sarcastic and somewhat mean. Suffering from depression she had all but given up on the world and then she met Cash. Jarrett was not sure what to do with Addison, he knew they were mates but was unprepared to deal with her depression. Another tough subject matter incorporated into a great series. Ms. Barton does not shy away from anything and does a good job helping the reader understand the emotions that the characters are feeling. Having Addison be able to dig herself out of her depression and control it was an inspiring thing as there were plenty of times I was afraid this story wasn't going to end well. Well written, well thought out, good characters and a bad guy you just had to hate made for another intense afternoon read. I look forward to seeing what is next for the Emerson Wolves.
Belinda-G More than 1 year ago
Another great book by Kathi S Barton. We start out meeting Addie who is running away from her past. She can read minds and when she touches you she can see your future. For this reason she tries to avoid everyone. Her father dies and she is on her own with the guilt of her father's death. Jarrett meets Addie when his dad and brother protect her from someone who is trying to hurt her. When she is knocked out by a falling brick Jarrett catches her and instantly knows that she is his mate and human. Addie wants to die but of course Jarrett and his family won't let her. An absolute must read and would recommend to everyone.
mysticbaby1991 More than 1 year ago
How can you fight a demon that isn't an actual tangible person or thing? Addison Parker has a gift that's been passed down through the generations. But with the gift gives her a deeper look at a person than what is on the surface. After the death of her father Addison is having a harder time fighting her depression. So to escape her demon she travels around trying to find herself. What Addison never expected to find was a reason to live in Jarrett and a family to love her for who she was and not take advantage of her gift or money. Jarrett of all the brothers is probably the more sensitive and caring of all of them. He doesn't want anyone in his family to see him as a failure, so getting the computer company Slone handed over to him off the ground again is priority. Although he never expected to find his mate he's not against the idea of one, but wants to give Addison the chance to know who he is as well as him knowing her. Helping Addison fight her depression and prove that he only wants her for the woman she is will prove to be one of the most difficult things for this Emerson. I love that majority of Kathi's books have characters that have issues (physical or mental) that readers can relate to. Depression isn't a joke and can be very serious if you don't have anyone there to help you fight.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really have enjoyed all the characters of this book. Very in depth storylines
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked the series so far, story kinda short but interesting. 159pgs on my device.