Rejar
Rejar

Rejar

by Dara Joy

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ISBN-13: 9780505523372
Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date: 04/28/1999
Series: Matrix of Destiny Series , #2
Pages: 390
Product dimensions: 4.32(w) x 6.60(h) x 1.11(d)

About the Author

Hailed as “a breakout talent!” and "a publishing phenomenon" by Publisher’s Weekly, Dara Joy has written eight consecutive New York Times and USAToday bestselling novels. This award winning author is known for writing layered, inventive stories, brimming with fiery sensuality with strong, unique characters. Millions of her books have been sold worldwide and have been translated into several languages, including German, Norwegian, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Japanese, Thai, and Russian. Ms Joy resides with a smile in Massachusetts.

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Rejar 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 155 reviews.
ErocticTreasures More than 1 year ago
Takes your breath away reading Rejar I did read this one along time ago and I will never give this book up tell Ms Joy brings it out on Ebook as alot of others she has . Really good love story and it is a harem book
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is very good. It combined three of my favorite topics: historical, time-travel, and futuristic romances.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book! Unfortunately I was not aware that this was a part of an epic story so I ended up reading this book first...You have to read Knight of a Trillion Stars first! I also loved Mine to Take! I am waiting for a story on Traed..I can simply not wait. The only thing that I could not really get into was the scene that occurred between Lilac and Rejar once he realized she did not accept him as of yet. I think there could of been a better way to handle that. However, the story was still marvelous. Many women are going to want a Familiar male after reading this! ENJOY!
jadelennox on LibraryThing 10 months ago
I have been a book reviewer for years, but nothing in my professional career has given me the skills to describe the true hideousness of this book. I keep trying to sneak it into friends' houses but they give it back.
jjmachshev on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I liked this book even if Lilac (the heroine) irritated me to no end at times. I want a Rejar for myself. He's a Familiar; they have two forms - cat and human. Rejar ends up (via a very heroic act) falling into Victorian England in his cat form. He notices a very sexy human, jumps into her coach and decides to go home with her. Rejar is blatantly and openly a sexual being. When he realizes he is in a time of (outwardly) moral chastity, he's crushed! Lilac doesn't want to get married and give a man control of herself and her money. What's a familiar to do? Read this story and find out...but if you read it in public, you may want to have some excuses ready for a red face from both arousal and laughter!!
A-Greene More than 1 year ago
This book blends paranormal, fantasy, time travel, and historical romance. As a feline shape-shift and warrior, Rejar is all kinds of sexy! While Lilac, in the beginning, is a bit annoying. She is the typical regency miss, who is abnormally attracted to Rejar. He is a playful character and when he decides to no longer hold back in the bedroom...sexy! There is a lot going on in the book. Rejar is a Familiar from a futuristic planet/realm. He has been stumbling through space until he trips into a portal and falls into Regency England. Using his shape-shifting abilities, he turns into a cat and is taken in by Lilac. After observing the strange world he is in, he decides to build a persona that the ton would love to hate - a rake hell. With his power of suggestion, he convinces everyone he is a Russian Prince. This is when he and Lilac meet in human form. To start, she hates him but she eventually gives in. Lilac was young and naive. I had a difficult time connecting with her. There were times when her common sense was missing. I found myself feeling bad for Rejar, he was so patient and understanding with her. He was devoted and humorous while she was just...not interesting. Ms. Joy does manage to save Lilac's character towards the end, making her a slightly more rounded and real. So, why did I give this book 4 stars instead of a 3? Rejar! He really carries this story. Also, I really enjoy the world Ms. Joy has created. It's unlike anything I've read before. The genres fit together so well.
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Cassie-Bass More than 1 year ago
I was reluctant to buy this book, but was swayed by the topics in it. I regret the decision to buy it very much. One of the main problems I had with it was the point of view it was written it. It was in third person, but in a way that made is seem like first person, if you understand my meaning. It would suddenly switch from one character's inner thoughts to another. It was just completely horrible the way it was written. The author made the main female character seem so childish, so much so that when Rejar thought erotic thoughts about her it seemed morally wrong and revolting. I read hardly a chapter and just couldn't finish it. The tenses were constantly switching as well. I can't believe all of the raving reviews it's gottent, a high schooler could have written something much better! If I could have given it a zero I would have. I wish I hadn't wasted my money on this, if you still want to buy it I suggest you try the sample first, or go to your local bookstore if the sample doesn't give you enough.
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