Wicked Bite (Night Rebel #2) by Jeanine Frost
Narrated by Tavia Gilbert
Paranormal/Urban Fantasy. Does not stand alone.
Hands down, Jeaniene Frost is my favorite paranormal author, and Ian is my favorite vampire ever. This is the second of Ian’s books, the first was Shades of Wicked, which I re-read via audible this time before listening to Wicked Bite and loved even more than when I read it the first time.
To fully appreciate all that is the Night Rebel series, I feel you absolutely must start at the beginning of the Night Huntress series with Halfway to the Grave. This series is sexy, fun and exciting. The original series follows Cat & Bones, but there have been some spin-off books and series. The Night Prince series was one, and I was a little bit disappointed with that series so I was worried that Ian’s series might not live up to my expectations. I WAS WRONG.
I’m having a problem at the moment.”
“Does that problem have eyes that shoot silver beams while darkness billows behind her like a cape?” He grinned. “Made me rock hard seeing it.”
He was aroused by my supernaturally sociopathic other half?
“Fuck. You,” I bit out.
He nodded. “Solid plan.”
God I love Ian! He may have lost something, but his bond with Veritas is stronger. This is one book where I don’t really care that it ended on a cliffhanger, because I can’t wait to read it again before the next comes out, and that just means we get MORE!!!!
“All I felt was how tightly he held me, how his power sparked against my skin, and how he kissed me with delicate savageness, as if he sensed my turmoil and sought to turn it into raw need instead.”
One thing holds true on all of Jeaniene Frost’s books. You can not stop reading. They are one-sitting reads for sure, and Wicked Bite is no exception. I just can’t get enough of Ian!
“Clever, calculating, and cruel.” Ian’s voice dropped to an insinuating purr. “No wonder I married you.”
- Exciting and unputdownable
- Filled with humor and banter.
- It was just a fun listen!
- They zoomed from location to location, never a dull moment.
- I loved Ian even more in this book.
- Cameos from the original series.
- Veritas seemed so immature for her age and lost a little of the badassery from Shades of Wicked..
- The memory thing just felt too easy.
- The end popped up out of nowhere.
- Some of the plot tools were repetitive from other books in the series.
I love Tavia Gilbert in this series. I think she is fantastic at portraying each of the characters’ nuances and accents and you never wonder which character is speaking.
The Down & Dirty:
Rating: 4.25 stars, 4 Heat, 4.5 Narration
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