Jonas finally get his story. If Jonas doesn't control mating heat, and I fully suspect he won't, if Ms. Jonas was disappointing in this book. Jonas was bending over backwards, had declared his love, was actively in pain, and yet she continued to do things that made his pain worse. It was only in recent years that Ely had managed to figure out why his designation had been a failure. What a great addition to the Breed's series. Con su pareja tienen bastante buena química aunque no explica bien la escritora porque el apareamiento es tan diferente.
What they saw was the woman, sensual and yet predatory, drawing them in even as some human survival instinct warned them to keep away. . That is what you are to me. Jonas knew as soon as he saw Rachel that she was his mate but he refuses to claim her because he is afraid she would be targeted by his many enemies and because she is pregnant. And that had been damned hard to do anything about.
Whether another heroine might have made a difference is a moot point. I've read most of the series. I was hoping Jonas' book would be great considering all the hell he's given previous mates, but is was like none of that ever happened. And of course, I love Cassie. Rachel agrees in order to keep Amber and Devon is sent packing with no ground to stand on. He wondered if it was too late to rectify that small detail? So he keeps her at arms distance through most of their relationship, even while his heart is drawn ever closer to the kindhearted but stubborn willed woman who is his match in every way. He is Leo and Elizabeth's son and Dane and Callan's brother, however he is not recognized as part of the family.
He was still the manipulating strategist that readers enjoyed. A woman living on the edge, and threatening to pull him over with her. It was all she could do to maintain her composure, to be certain her body fell in line with the emotions she wanted to project rather than what she felt. Too many sub plots were brought up that were never resolved or explored further. Now I know how my Enforcers felt each time I used their mating heat to my own ends. Rachel purposefully hurt him at every turn, knowing what her denial did to him, yet still she persevered in her stubbornness. The weapon aimed and fired, the minute burst of explosive energy barely missing Jonas's head before Brandenmore jumped for the door.
He's seen many of his enforcers and pride mates deal with the mating heat, and at times has caused them sometimes humorous trials and tribulations. Instead, his mind was on one thing and one thing only: the information Drey Hampton might have, and the difficult job of retrieving Phillip Brandenmore from Iran. If she continues to never solve anything like Kenyon and Feehan then I am thinking it is time to bale on this series. His faced creased with cruelty and age, Brandenmore smiled, a cold, mocking sneer that had Jonas's finger tightening on the trigger. I'm so damn glad Jonas found his mate and I really like Rachel, strong and determine and she made the first move, I loved it!!! A fine sheen of perspiration appeared on Rachel's forehead and temples, making repairs imperative. All will suffer his wrath: those who created him, those who pretended to love him, and those who betrayed him.
I really would suggest anyone attempting this to have at least read the last 4 or 5 Breed books, if not all of them, otherwise you just aren't going to be able to appreciate the nuances of Jonas and his relationship with Rachel and baby Amber. But here, amid the glitter, political intrigue, infighting and deals made and broken, she would have thought attitudes would have at least carried a polite face. Most days, Lora can be found in front of her computer weaving daydreams while sipping the ambrosia of the gods, also known as coffee. Already he could feel the rage brewing inside, the knowledge that another man had created life within her. Leaning forward, Jonas placed his arms on his desk and stared back at Merinus with cool determination. I just love Jonas, even though he is pure alpha male, but worse is that he is very controlling on every situation and can be very manipulative.
I have to say I was a tad disappointed in that very little of that actually happened. There were a ridiculous amount of subplots and loose ends in this book. Page one of novel should really be page 50 or 100. Jonas, knows that Rachel is his mate, but has refused in claiming her for his own, but now a infant, whom he considers as his own, is put at risk, and will do everything he can to protect them both. I read on amazon that someone thought it felt like it was a rough draft of a book that somehow got printed.
His fingers flexed, his senses became sharper, edged with the hunger for blood and vengeance. Dawn Lawrence gave her a small, seemingly understanding smile before moving ahead and opening the door. Perhaps someone should shoot Rachel and Jonas can start again. The Breeds were either loved or hated; there was very little in between. Jonas knew for a fact that she hadn't aged a day, physically, since the moment she had mated with the Feline Breed Pride leader, Callan Lyons, twelve years before. The glimpse I got of her wasn't enough and came way too late for comfort. But let's be honest, it's all about Jonas.
Found myself disappointed in their character--or lack thereof. He felt the glass biting across his shoulders, felt the animal rage that surged through his body, and went for the enemy. Bradenmore is never brought to justice, and so much more. And he's even more unhappy when he realizes A she's pregnant and B she's his mate. But she has little power over the mating heat of the Breeds. La interacción de Jonas y la bebe es perfecta. The scent of it was like a soft summer rainfall.