Adam: Number 6 in series (The Nightwalkers Series)

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And although I really enjoyed the initial chapters as well as the exciting and romantic final chapters, the middle section seemed to stall. As the author filled in pages and pages of Demon history, rules and culture while Jacob and Bella just hung out in the castle having telepathic phone sex in each others minds. I also found Bella's character to be particularly annoying with her rolling eyes and silly quips.

There were parts however that I loved and this is a good book, maybe just not great. It was nice to read a paranormal without Vampires and I appreciated the tightness and detail of Ms Frank's well written first novel. The secondary characters have also been well developed and left elusive enough for you to want to come back for another instalment. View all 11 comments. Oct 15, Ezinwanyi rated it liked it Shelves: urban-fantasy , demons , paranormal-romance , vampires , werewolves. Unfortunately, I wanted to put Isabella Russ in a headlock for most of the book.

She goes down as top 5 most annoying heroines. Miss "Hand on the Hip" smart mouth. Does she really think she is the female Jackie Chan?

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Okay, a couple of males let you punch them, now you think you are Mike Tyson. She wasn't even suave like Cat to be so mouthy.

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Jacob, I really liked, but I look forward to reading the books of Gid 3. I even want to read about Kane and Corrine too. Isabella, however, I would be willing to pay a necromancer to summon her butt, though I know it wouldn't work. View all 5 comments. May 18, Lady Gabriella of Awesomeness On Hiatus rated it really liked it Shelves: paranormal-romance , agents-law-enforcers , one-time-read , insta-love , getting-hot-in-here , 3-and-a-half-stars , points-for-originality. Really enjoyed this one!

It was written quite awhile ago and I did not know what to expect. But I really liked the world and the characters. Jacob was broody, lonely and a bad ass. I loved Bella. She was a perfect match for him.

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I loved that she did not spend the entire book in denial or shock about demons or their mating. I am not so sure about the next book since the hero pushed the heroine away almost 10 years ago. I am not sure I can get passed that. But I am going to try it since the entire Really enjoyed this one!

But I am going to try it since the entire series is on Hoopla! View all 6 comments. Christian Grey rated it really liked it Shelves: audio. This beings are virtuous, not villainous. I did enjoy this one a lot. Audio Review Xe Sands did a great job. But honestly, it really worked.

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She did a great job and making Jacob sound irresistible. View 1 comment. This review is for the audiobook version of Jacob, narrated by Xe Sands. Warning: this review contains blatant preconceptions about the PNR genre, lots of exclamation points, phrases entirely in capital letters, some commentary on the sexy bits of the book, and a little bit of tongue-in-cheek.

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No offense intended if I insult your favorite book ever. I am tempted to give this one a 4 star rating but my rational brain might make me stick to 3. I may even come back and change This review is for the audiobook version of Jacob, narrated by Xe Sands. I may even come back and change it after some thought. In my usual repertoire of listens, this was the chocolate sunday of audiobooks and it was exactly what I was in the mood for cue Barry White soundtrack.

I skipped reading this book in hard copy but decided to give the audiobook version a shot and I really benefited from having someone else set the tone for the book rather than letting my brain apply its own prejudices. This book was a lot of fun. They are destined to be mates! The sudden appearance of super healing power and ninja skills!


Rationally, I can recognize the absurdity of a plot where a librarian accidentally finds herself falling out a window, killing a demon, and being swept away to a castle where, given immediate access to the ancient archive of demon scrolls and texts, she is suddenly able to read Demonese and interpret the great prophecy the king has been laboring over. You know what?

About the only thing this book turned off was my rational brain. The writing, while not purple of prose was occasionally a bit florid but often quite well phrased and the humorous banter sprinkled throughout was absolutely delightful. The relationship between Jacob and Isabella was endearing, the heroine had more backbone that I expected, and I love the combination of humor and heat in the bedroom…or the library, or the forest, or the….

The narration was straightforward and not over dramatic, which had the effect of sending my narrow mind to its room and allowing me to immerse myself in the story, the delicious accents, the romance, and the world the author created.


This audiobook was total ear candy — little nutritional value but delicious none-the-less. Mar 18, Christel rated it really liked it Recommends it for: paranormal readers. Shelves: jacquelyn-frank. A little different take on the paranormal world. Jacob is a Demon who is the Enforcer of the Nightwalkers. This mainlky happens during 2 phases of the year, Samhaim Autumn and Beltran Spring.

Jacob is immune to forbidden desires and the curse of the full moon.

Isabella works as a Librairian in New York City. She lives in an apartment with her sister Corrine. One night A little different take on the paranormal world. One night while she is leaning out her window to look at the moon she falls out of the window and is caught by Jacob. Jacob is enthralled with Isabella, totally attracted to her. And there the story begins.

This is an ongoing story with other books in the series and I suggest that they are read in order for one leads into the other. Sorta like BlackDagger Brotherhood. But these books are totally unlike BDB in their composition and makeup. There are more members of this demon species, Noah, their King, Gideon, the Ancient healer, Elijah, their warrior capitain, Magdelagna, a Body demon. You really have to get into this kind of reading. The stotylines is will plotted out and the characters are will conceived. I will have to read the rest of this series to really get an overall view of the storyline as a whole.