Biting The Bullet by Jennifer RardinBiting The Bullet by Jennifer Rardin

Biting The Bullet

byJennifer Rardin

Mass Market Paperback | September 1, 2009

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I'm Lucille Robinson (aka Jaz Parks).

This is a mission unlike anything my vampire boss, Vayl, and I have ever been on. It's not our usual take-them-out-and-run; it's an undercover mission that needs the whole gang: a psychic, an interpreter, and a weapons specialist.

We've never gone in which such heavy artillery before, but the more the merrier, right? Um...nope. At least not since Vayl and I learned part of our job is to ferret out a mole concealed in our unit.

To add to our problems, we're being harried by a pack of reavers bent on revenge, and targeted by a Seer who wants to share Vayl's power - at any cost. This is going to be a blast.
Jennifer Rardin began writing at the age of 12. She penned eight Jaz Parks novels in her life. She passed away in September 2010.
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Title:Biting The BulletFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 6.75 × 4.25 × 1.12 inPublished:September 1, 2009Publisher:OrbitLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0316043567

ISBN - 13:9780316043564

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Biting The Bullet I've really enjoyed reading this series! I find Jaz to be funny and quirky and sassy. And the world the author creates is really rich without getting bogged down in excess detail and complexity.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Go Jaz! Biting The Bullet is the third outing for Jennifer Rardin’s larger-than-life a$$-kicker, Jaz Parks. This time round, Rardin drops the reader straight into the action as Jaz takes on reavers, zombies and religious terrorists in Iran. The whole team is back once again, even scared-of-his-own-shadow Bergman is back. Jaz is also reunited with her estranged twin brother David when the team is sent to assist his Special Ops team take out a well-known terrorist. With lots of action, this book will keep you turning pages right to the end. The chemistry between Jaz and Vayl continues to simmer, but there are a few developments that may change things down the road. Jaz also continues to come into more powers as she is forced to battle the bad guys not only on Earth but on a different astral plane. Although it didn't quite capture the fun of the first book, it is still an exciting and fast paced read. Biting The Bullet is a great addition to the series. I can't wait to read the next!
Date published: 2009-07-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Just Don't Know What Happened Here I was a big fan of the first two novels in this series, and now somehow feel a little letdown by this one. I'm not sure if it's that I wasn't into the storyline wholeheartedly, or if it was indeed the writing, but I feel like I was missing something. I actually checked the internet and the spine of the book more than once to see I hadn't actually skipped over a book. I think it's because it started so quickly into the action and Jaz's storytelling that you didn't get a chance to absorb it or settle into the premise. I was also perplexed by the amount of backtracking. It would be two sentences in the present time, then back a couple of hours, then forward one, back one, and then finally coming back to the present time. It was filled with stories within stories within stories. A couple of times, it is valid... but otherwise there was no reason we couldn't have followed Jaz along, rather than have her backtrack constantly like that. It just got a little confusing and tended to muddle the pace. Vayl was also very odd and seemingly did things that were rather out of character for him. He wasn't present as much as before, and when he was I just couldn't connect him with the ideal that I had previously formed about him. I found these little things irritating me while I rad so I just couldn't find myself as absorbed in the story as the other two novels. With that being said, I do like Jaz and Vayl (in general) and so I'm hoping the next one will renew some of my earlier enthusiasm.
Date published: 2008-06-27