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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I really thought ahines was growing as a person. Alec Royce is evolving into his role as a potentially strong primary character. Books 3 and 4 of this series are pretty much just 1 story, and actually, I expect book 5 will be part of the same story arch.
A scene of semi graphic sensuality. She g Spoilers To show her commitment to Chaz – her werewolf boyfriend, Shia decides to spend the weekend away with him and his werewolf pack. The writing and world building are both just excellent if not even better as in the first books and I love how Haines manages to expand on her world in a natural, believable way.
The beginning of the book I found to be boring, it looks like things are finally good for Shia. I highly recommend DBTO.
Deceived By The Others (H & W Investigations, book 3) by Jess Haines
I think we all had problems with Chaz, but I let it go, thinking he was just worried about the weekend where Shia would be amongst the whole pack. For that reason, I kept pushing it to the bottom of my TBR list. Alec wasn’t a huge aspect in this story, but he had some face time and it was perfect and what Shiarra needed.
Author Haines began her career as a novelist in the year with the release of her debut book titled Tbe by the Others. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. And based on the reviews I’m getting it does happen next book but not otheers.
Coitus interruptus does not a happy camper make. Jul 13, Tamara rated it liked it Shelves: Despite having several bumps, Shiarra seems ready to take it seriously. She gets played way too much by everyone around her — she’s more or less powerless without Chaz, Royce, Arnold and the White Hats. Plenty of urban fantasy authors do dark and disturbing.
The characters, as always, were great and entertaining. I wanted to be in her shoes, but at the same time was happy I wasn’t.
Deceived By The Others
She was mad and I felt every second of it. That Old Black Magic. These days, you can find me in the Tampa area. I have a hard time enjoying a book when I hate the main character. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Do you jes any alcohol? She has ties to every paranormal group in the city—and a few anti-paranormal groups too—whether she wants to or not.
That’s how different the two halves of the book are. I missed Shia’s entourage in this installment; Sara, Arnold, and Royce do make appearances, but their contributions were small. Blood, Sweat, and Tears. It leaves him wondering bby did his father ever live there? After all, she’s a PI. Despite the slow start, and my deceivfd for more Alec, this book is a nice addition to this series.
The book ends on another dramatic note. As time goes by, the feud between Royce and Max becomes even more deadly.
Shiarra seems to finally be settling in with the idea of being with Chaz and becoming part of the pack in a legal sense by signing a contract. The next book is a must read. Still, after a few bumps, Shia is finally ready to get serious.
Is he really on the up and up?