Jaz Parks here. My latest mission has taken me to the ancient Greek city of Patras; but instead of soaking up its splendor, I’m here to infiltrate a Vampere Trust. Only two vamps have ever escaped the tightly bound communities and lived to tell the tale: Edward “The Raptor”Samos, the most reviled criminal mastermind in recent memory, and Vayl, the CIA’s number one assassin who also happens to be my boss.
The Raptor is trying to take over Vayl’s former Trust. Unfortunately the Trust’s new leader has her own plans.
This job is going to be the death of me.
Bitten to Death, book four in the Jaz Parks series, is the book I thought would finally see Jaz and Vayl sharing his tent, and I don’t mean to play cards.
Vayl’s former Vampere Trust (think Godfather: The Undead) is Jaz’s only strong lead to capture international terrorist Edward “the Raptor” Samos, the man responsible for the shenanigans from the first three books. The problem is, once you enter a trust, there’s normally only one way out, and it isn’t by walking out the door.
There’s a power in the Trust that works its way through Vayl, Jaz and David on this mission, turning them against each other. In the process, Vayl is bound to a woman he turned against her will eons ago, Jaz gets a new werewolf friend, and Cole gets pissed. They still haven’t gone on their date, and I can’t see it happening without a hoard of people being maimed in the process.
After reading this series, I’m a little depressed. I found it too soon! Now I have to wait a bit to read the fifth book in the series, One More Bite.
- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Orbit (August 12, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 031602208X
- ISBN-13: 978-0316022088
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