DECEIVED BY THE OTHERS JESS HAINES PDF
Stalking the Others (H&W Investigations Book 4) by [Haines, Jess] .. Jess Haines Bundle: Hunted By The Others, Taken By The Others, Deceived By. Haines follows Hunted by the Others and Taken by the Others with an episodic tale of werewolves, vampires, and the women who love them. Deceived By The Others (H & W Investigations, book 3) by Jess Haines – book cover, description, publication history.
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The fact that she did let him make her feel guilty, and back her down, just irritates me at her. I definitely recommend starting from the beginning of this series, as each book builds upon the next.
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Leading her to seek refuge from the one person she never thought she would go to, Royce. It just ended like that. Jack Reacher is back!
Deceived By The Others
I mean, I had to stop and put the book down because I was so mad. And the tooth fairy would swing by to play backup for me next. Is she ready to take this big step? That’s what the ending felt like to me. I don’t like when a single story is sliced into multiple books. One of the female Weres suddenly turns on her. I think that I have tue tastes, because for me this book didn’t really get good in this book until things went to crap for Shia.
She goes off in search of finding clues at the main house without knowing who is there.
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jes A young Were tries to use her as bait to beat Chaz. Shia could very possibly turn into a werewolf the next full moon.
The tough part for her in this installment is coming to decived with who is who. You won’t regret it. They’re here, and they’re real. What does Shia do? New characters, an interesting plot-twist, and an ending that leaves you wanting more makes this a necessary addition to the TBR pile of anyone who loves urban fantasy. The start of this novel was good.
We don’t get to see much of Royce on this book, but I loved the one scene he and Shia met face to face. Though men and women may see sex and relationships slightly different, I can’t help but be disappointed in him in this.
At the end of my review for the second book, I remember saying that I couldn’t ‘wait to step into Chaz’s world’. Not just from an adversary about to make his fatal intentions known, but from a threat deceeived even closer than she knows.
Nov 15, Shera Book Whispers rated it really liked it Shelves: I really don’t feel any positive feelings with regards to Chaz. Alec wasn’t a huge aspect in this story, but he had some deceivd time and it was perfect and what Shiarra needed.
She meets a lot of the werewolves, and jexs all seem to be quite nice and willing to get along with her. I guess any book that can get under my skin like this one did deserves more than my typical 3 stars for ths that are okay.
I’m not going to lie, I don’t like Chaz. What I like about this story within the series is that Shiarra never has perspective. I spent a lot of time wondering what the point was. If she can just find a safe place to get her bearings she can make a decision on what to do. I hated Chaz her boyfriend.
Deceived by the Others (H&W Investigations, #3) by Jess Haines
If you don’t like somewhat cliffhanger endings, don’t pick this up until the next book has a publication date! Shiarra is going on holiday with the Sunstriker pack during the full moon to get used to them, befriend them and, perhaps, take her relationship to the next level with her boyfriend Chaz.
But — we get some very interesting revelations from him in this book, and I love the direction his character is going. I have to say that infidelity is something i have a major issue about, and reading about it really pulls up a lot of emotions.
But my complaint oothers that she was PI One of them is huge for Shia! Shia and Chaz leave for the resort right off the bat, but it takes awhile once they get up there for real action to get going. It’s been a while since I read the previous book in this series, so I was a bit confused with where things were. Of course, Shia’s weekend doesn’t go according to plan when Chaz and his pack are attacked.
Whenever a time comes when she is required to deal with the supernaturals, it scares her from inside out. Soon after they arrive, threatening notes appear, warning Chaz to go home. He’s cheating on her, he’s lied to her – and then acts like a spoiled baby, when she doesn’t accept his half assed apologies and thd to play her as a racist, to excuse his behavior.
It is going to make a very fun book four.