One More Bite by Jennifer RardinOne More Bite by Jennifer Rardin

One More Bite

byJennifer Rardin

Paperback | January 5, 2009

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It's Jaz Parks. I've already smoked the guy who was the pain in the CIA's you-know-what for the past few years. But now, in the power vacuum left by the death of Edward "The Raptor" <_st13a_place _w3a_st="on">Samos, a struggle for supremacy has begun between his former allies.

The CIA feels the balance must be maintained. So when an agent planted among the Weres discovers a plot to assassinate the Coven's leader, my vampire boss and I are brought in to take out the woman hired to do the deed, a killer who might be as wily and Gifted as ourselves.

So it's off to the Scottish Highlands for some twisted fun among murderers, demons and half-crazed relatives. Sometimes being a top-secret CIA assassin isn't all it's cracked up to be.
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:One More BiteFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 1 inPublished:January 5, 2009Publisher:OrbitLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0316022098

ISBN - 13:9780316022095

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from One More Bite 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 5 out of 5 by from Jaz Does it Again Rardin has done it again with another fun, Jazzy adventure. Jaz Parks is back and in fine form. This time round we find Jaz, Vayl, Cole and Jack (the dog) in Scotland at a Ghosthunters convention. After the death of Samos the number one bad guy on their hit list, the evil-doers' power structure is left with a huge gaping hole. To prevent things from imploding, causing all sorts of chaos, Jaz and the team are left in the precarious position of trying to keep one of Samos' former partners-in-crime from being assassinated. Needless to say, protecting the bad guy (or rather gal in this case) is leaving a bad taste in Jaz's mouth. Things only get worse when her father, Albert, shows up as part of the team. It is a less than Walton-esque family reunion but provides for some funny internal monologue material for Jaz. It also provides an opportunity for some much needed father-daughter bonding, but don't worry, it doesn't get that sappy although some inroads to understanding each other are made. Picking up just a few weeks after the previous book, I was happy to see Jaz and Vayl beginning to actually move forward with their relationship. The sexual tension between the two has finally ramped up and it will be interesting to see how it turns out. Cole remains his over the top charming self. Meanwhile, Cassandra and Bergman are total no shows but there are lots of other secondary characters to fill the gap. One thing that was missing that kind of disappointed me, was Trayton, the werewolf that Jaz shared her blood with in order to save his life. As with sharing blood with Vayl, more passed between Trayton and Jaz than just the red stuff and I was hoping that we would see more of him. All in all it was a fast, fun read. Rardin is a great story teller who’s created vivid characters so fun and alive that you can’t help but find yourself sucked in.
Date published: 2009-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No Scooby Gang, but Still Loving Every Page If in the previous novel I was excited about seeing more David, I can definitely say that in this one I was thrilled to see more Albert. And the very first few pages of the novel were a reminder of exactly why that was. There's a great wit and back-and-forth action between Jaz and her father. Despite the occasional pain there is for Jaz, Rardin's written all those moments in such a way that you find yourself giggling at the antics and the frustration. Naturally, not all is at it seems with her father, and it was nice to see him get a chance to know and view a part of Jaz's life he previously was unaware of (even if that also brings back bad memories for the both of them.) I also said previously I was sorry they teased about Albert's situation and accident but didn't go into detail. We find out more about that in this story, though I do believe Rardin's saving the bulk of it for its own book. I think that's prefect because I was just as surprised to read who was involved as Jaz was... When it all comes to a head, we may get the chance to see Jaz heal some old festering wounds. What I've also really loved about the story to date is the continuity. While Samos is technically dead, we all know that in a supernatural novel it's very easy to bring the deceased back to life! His story has spanned several novels and he's been the big bad for the most part, but this story opens the door to the next big challenge they'll all face. It's done in such a great way and interwoven over several books that when Rardin finally does switch up the big bads, we won't feel like it's too sudden a jump. At the same time, I'm happy that she didn't waste time with a "bridge" book, trying to stick something inbetween to make the two pieces fit. I will say that I miss the rest of the gang. No Cassandra or Bergman in this story, but still fabulous. Let's hope Rardin brings them all back together again soon!!
Date published: 2009-04-04