Sunday, September 21, 2014

Broken Soul (Jane Yellowrock #8) by Faith Hunter

Broken Soul
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I'm so happy with this installment that's not even funny.
I just have one word : ♥BRUISER♥. He was the BEST and Beast agrees with me!!!

I have been a fan of Jane since her first appearance in Skinwalker.  I'm not sure if Jane is aware of how much more involved she is becoming into vampire politics. The book starts with Leo hiring her to manage his security team before the European vampires arrive to the States, but as always he keeps things from her that could make both of their lives easier. I don't think he fully trusts her but he can't seem to part ways from her either. 

Before the European vamps arrive, we get new baddies and they're truly awful. Even their names are troublesome. Jane being Jane will try to protect Leo's lair as much as she can without getting her friends killed in the process.

Jane's relationship with Beast changes in a way and Beast is still one of my favorite characters. She's smart and funny and has saved Jane way to many times. Her human roommates and Jane's back up, Eli and the Kid are a huge presence in this book and I love Kid's advise to Jane in regards to George. Thank you Kid!!!

Let's touch on Jane's love life. I know some people like Rick for Jane. I'm not one of them. I like Rick but I'm love with Bruiser. The things he does and says in this one made me swoon more than once. I thing I clapped and jumped a little bit. I smiled a lot too. I still don't know how things will play once Rick is back in the picture. Also, Bruiser did made a mistake and I'm not sure if this will have more repercussions in the next book.

I do want to thank Faith for making me so happy. I almost want to sing : Jane and Bruiser sitting in a tree.....

"For a reason or a season, 
 For a year or a lifetime. 
 For a poem or a song.
 For a victorious battle or a bloody death. 
 For honor. I would stand by you for as long as I might live."

Cliffhanger: No

4.5/5 Fangs

A complimentary copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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