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Bayon/Jean-Baptiste (Bayou Heat Boxset Book 2) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B00CBWEW3Q
- Publication date : April 11, 2013
- Language : English
- File size : 546 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 212 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0988624559
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #355,779 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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I honestly couldn't pick a favorite. I'd rather just snatch them both up and keep them to myself.
Both Ivy and Wright have their own unique writing style and you can tell without actually knowing who wrote which story. But their techniques blend so well together its like the authors almost become one. I have to admit, the cynic in me flipped through all four books to try and find even just one tiny inconsistency and whadya know?! Not a single one!
The synopsis of the book pretty much sums up what I could say without giving away any of the goods. The steam is mighty steamy in these two books. I love the evolution of the relationships in both main characters. It doesn't seem forced or premature.
We heard alot about the main characters from the first book, but I am hoping to catch up more on Bayon and Baptiste in future installments. Their books really left me wanting more.
This was a fun, sexy, fast paced read that should be in every PNR collection. Ladies, job EXTREMELY well done!!! Oh, and please, feel free to continue calling each other out on Facebook. I do so love watching your boys argue :)
If you haven't read the first Bayou Heat books (Raphael and Parish) I will be mentioning things from there that might be considered spoilers so don't read any further.
Possible spoiler alert...you have been warned.
This installment starts with Bayon on a mission hunting whoever hurt Ashe at the end of Raphael/Parish. What he finds, however, is the woman who stole his heart a long time ago. She's in captivity and under the influence of drugs, which made it impossible for her escape. (Not saying who it is because I don't want to give away a spoiler.) Bayon's story is really sweet as the two of them find their footing with each other again. The romance and sensuality is really high and while he's super alpha, so is she. This heroine has no problem holding her own against the dominating Bayon. I really enjoyed reading about them as a couple and the problems he helped her work through. And while Bayon is rough around the edges, he is such a sweetheart with her. I just loved reading their banter.
Now, Jean-Baptiste...oh what to say about this delicious hero. He's a Nurturer who is suffering in silence about an affliction. He can't control his cat, even outside the Bayou and that is bad news. So he's been getting tattoos and piercings with a special metal that helps control him. But then he meets Genevieve Burel, or `Miss Burel' as he likes to call her. They're both sent on a mission to New Orleans, but Jean-Baptiste plans to keep her out of the loop. Funnily enough, Genevieve has secrets of her own and plans to do the same to him. Neither of them plan for the explosive chemistry between each other. There's a great scene where another puma male is flirting with her and Jean-Baptiste has to fight his cat for control. The possessiveness he feels takes him by surprise but I really liked that he didn't fight it. When he wanted something (Genevieve), he went for her.
These two stories flowed seamlessly together, one right after the other, giving us more insight and mythology into the Bayou Heat series. These pumas are trying to fight what is basically an invisible threat against Ashe, the first person to become pregnant with a shifter in a long time. Their race is struggling not to die out and she's their last hope. While this one ends on a cliffhanger too, it's a plot cliffhanger, not a HEA type cliffhanger. I have no doubt that both these couples are meant for each other. There are a few more characters introduced that I'm really curious to know more about too, especially after a big revelation at the end. The Bayou Heat world got richer with this installment and now I'm really eager for the next.
Top reviews from other countries
the stories are all about the pantera who are a race of puma shifters who live in the wildlands in the bayou, they are having trouble breeding and their magic is disappearing and they don't know why, they only know some humans are responsible and they are trying to figure out why.
Throughout each story there is a pantera male who finds his mate, hot romance and action leads you to finding more about how the panteras problems with evil humans and pantera traitors.
Well worth a read and you will not be disappointed.