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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. I have two choices. Carve Brude’s name into Hell’s bile-encrusted gates. Or lose my soul. After an assassination attempt on Vayl, I find myself pulled into a tangled web that takes the gang to Romania. So how will I save a ghost, rescue rardim demon, and cheat the Great Taker out of a soul he’s slavering for while defeating my nastiest foe yet so that Vayl can, at last, cherish I have two choices.
The Deadliest Bite (Jaz Parks, book 8) by Jennifer Rardin
So how will I save a ghost, rescue a demon, and cheat the Great Taker out of a soul he’s slavering for while defeating my nastiest foe yet so that Vayl can, at last, rrardin a bits precious years with his sons? With careful planning, major violence, and one hopefully final trip to Hell. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign raddin. To ask other readers questions about The Deadliest Biteplease sign up.
Lists with This Book. This series has followed Jaz Parks, a supernatural CIA assassin, and her partner, a centuries old vampire named Vayl, through thrilling adventures, dangers, and countries. This installment is quite special, it is do or die literally for Jaz in this adventure.
Jaz must discover how arrdin unlock an ancient artifact and survive a trip to hell in order to live, and she only has days to accomplish this. For starters, I love how in this installment, we get to really see Jaz and Vayl as a couple. They have a chemistry between them that has been building since book 1, and finally, we get to truly see them together, and I loved it. Jaz puts her past relationship and loss behind her, and even Vayl gets his priorities straight for once.
The Deadliest Bite is not what I was expecting. I was expecting the gang to rradin an immediate trip to hell. However, I was surprised to find that the group dead,iest to deal with other issues first.
Cole has issues with his demon-touched self, Cassandra and Dave have plenty of surprises to share, and Bergman has lady troubles.
All together, the series ends on a high note, with story lines tied up, and others begun, and all of it fitting to the series.
The Deadliest Bite
This series is high energy, and Jaz is full of snarky humor, deadliset language, and she makes the best silly and inane comments at the worst times.
This series is a must for urban fantasy fans, I very highly recommend this series. There is not much romance, dealiest there is a bit of sexual tension and chemistry, just to make things even more interesting. Jun 25, Ann aka Iftcan rated it it was amazing Shelves: In this last book, post-humously published after Jennifer’s sudden death, we manage to get some closure for our gang. Vayl and Jaz, accompanied by their support group, are off to Hell yes, THE Hell to try to free Jaz from the demon who has taken up residence in her psyche.
Along the way they find other things to occupy themselves with–finding Vayl’s 2 long dead sons or at least the bodies that currently hold their souls has a couple of VERY interesting rarddin. Raoul has much more of In this last book, post-humously published after Jennifer’s sudden jennifre, we manage to get some closure for our gang. Raoul has much more of an appearance in this one than in the past books, hanging with them for almost the entire adventure.
And yeah, I DO have a thing for Raoul, but who could possibly resist him? Well, except for Jaz–and Cassandra–and ok, Evie, but I don’t think that Evie ever actually meets him. Mar 26, Paranormal Kiss rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Deadliest Bite by Jennifer Rardin is jennifeer fabulous ending to a remarkable series.
It is the 8th and final installment of the Jazz Parks series and what an ending it is. All the previous books have been leading up to this point in one way or another. This is the one that wraps everything up and gives us the answers and conclusions we have been waiting for. Will Jazz rid herself of Brude and find her happily every after with Vayl?
Will she come away with her soul intact? Will Cole survive or be turned into some type of demon? The answers are all there in a story that is entertaining, exciting, romantic and oh so action packed. There is humor mixed throughout which will have you laughing out loud. Jennifer Rardin has penned an Urban Fantasy world that is completely engrossing and wholly entertaining.
It takes a lot of talent to make the unbelievable feel believable and Ms. Rardin accomplished it with style in this series. Jazz is a great character who always gives her all and Vayl is the perfect match for her. The secondary characters are such a highlight in this series and that is true in this book as well. They manage to endear themselves to us time and time again.
The relationship between Jazz and Vayl is showcased in this one and you get plenty of moments with them together that will warm your heart. They are forever immortalized via the written word. Jun 02, Stephanie G rated it fardin liked it Shelves: The time has come. Jaz must make the trip into Hell and carve Brude’s name into its gates, removing him from her mind, or she will not only lose her life but her very soul. Along for the journey are her closest friends and her vampire boyfriend Vayl.
Using dradliest their skills, and a lot of luck, the gang will face demons and dangerous obstacles in order to free Jaz and make it out of hell alive. When we first meet back up with Vayl and Jaz they are taking time off after the close call of their last The time has come. When we first meet back up with Vayl and Jaz they are taking time off after the close call of their last mission but are interrupted when someone tries to kill Vayl.
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The only thing stopping Jaz from painfully dismantling the would be assassin is that he may just be the reincarnation of one of Vayl’s sons. The sons Vayl has been trying to find for centuries. Vayl also learns that his other son has been reborn but is at risk of death at the hands of demons. To make things more challenging, Jaz’s time has begun to run out. Brude, jennifet want to be ruler of Hell, has been trapped inside her mind for some time now and if he isn’t removed soon, Jaz will die.
The count down has begun for Jaz and her team to rescue a ghost, save Vayl’s son and carve Brude’s name into the gates of Hell.
What an end to a great Urban Fantasy series. Even with all that’s stacked against her, Jaz manages to hold on to the humor and spunk that makes her a fun and memorable heroine. At her side is Vayl, the powerful vampire who breaks away from his normally well composed self to have some fun with his lover Jaz. Can you say naughty hide-and-seek?
Also along for the adventure is the go to techie Bergman, who really surprised me in this one with a very brave act that helped find Vayl’s son. Of course my favorite, Cole, is ready to kick some demon butt and do it while telling a joke. I’ve been with this group of characters since book one and I felt they were at their very best this final installment. The question if Vayl will find his sons is answered, the trip into Hell to save Jaz is finally taken and even Cole’s lingering feelings for Jaz is addressed.
I think any fan of the series will be pleased with how it ended, which is in true Jaz style. Even though I’m happy with the ending, I’m still saddened by the death of Jennifer Rardin and will miss the wonderfully developed, and lovable characters she created.
If you haven’t already had a chance to pick up this series please do so but start from the beginning. A lot will be unclear if you jumped straight to the last book. Sep 22, chucklesthescot rated it really liked it Shelves: So to the final book of the series. I have to admit that overall I’m pleased that it has come to an end as it was very hit and miss in places. This book was much better than the previous book which was a major relief.
There is nothing worse than sticking with a series to the end and it going out like a damp squib! Vayl and Jaz are trying to have a fun filled vacation which of course is ruined by the attempted assassination of Vayl by a young assassin.
Cassandra thinks that Aaron is the reincarna So to the final book of the series.
Cassandra thinks that Aaron is the reincarnated soul of one of Vayl’s sons and thinks that they need to identify deadlidst other quickly in case that is another assassin.
When they discover that Vayl’s other son is about to be killed in a bike stunt gone wrong, they need to intervene and stop him being sent to hell.
Only then can they concentrate on saving Jaz who only has days left before she is doomed. I’m pretty sick by now of the saga of Vayl’s bloody sons. It has contributed nothing to the overall plot of the series and proves to be a distraction from more interesting plots. Thankfully, I was able to put up with it here knowing that there will be a resolution to it in some way. Cole is still suffering the after effects of his demon possession but is cheered to know that his soulmate will be the niece of Jaz.
OK that seemed a bit Twilight book 4 plot alert to me and I’m not greatly convinced by deaeliest idea. Mind you at least he is no longer obsessing about Jaz.