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- Publisher: DSP Publications; 1 edition (July 12, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 12, 2016
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Author: Elizabeth Noble
Series:Vampire Guards series, book 1
Publisher: DSP Publications
Release Date:July 12th, 2016
Genre(s): LGTB, Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 211 pages
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5
Meet the newest members of the Vampire Guard, where legend and myth meet science and technology.
Jonas Forge, vampire. Once a spy and soldier, now a cop, Forge enjoys the life he’s built with his friends in Flint, Ohio.
Blair Turner, PhD. Blair, a vampire and computer hacker with exceptional skills, shares a powerful empathic bond with Forge, his soul mate.
Declan, vampire, ex-pirate, ex-fur trapper, thief, and con man. Declan is Forge’s former lover and soul mate to Lucas Coate.
Lucas Coate, MD, Flint’s medical examiner. A werewolf living among vampires, Lucas is also one of Forge’s best friends.
Their lives become complicated when an impending presidential visit throws them headlong into a world of high-tech vampire spies and espionage. Recruited into the Vampire Guard by the secret society of the Akhkharu Nasaru, they uncover a werewolf terrorist organization known as the Qiguan.
Together they must thwart a murder attempt on the open waters of Lake Superior while tracking a previously unknown biological weapon controlled by the Qiguan—a weapon that may very well mean death for one of them.
It's so incredibly rare to find four main characters in a novel that when I picked up Elizabeth Nobel's Code Name Jack Rabbit, I couldn't have been any more surprised had you told me there was a pink elephant in the room. I have to come out and say it right away that as amazing a feat it was to accomplish, there was also so much information to retain about all four that I had a feeling that I missed a little of the 'charm' that makes a novel a story since I was trying to situate myself. Paranormal with vampires and werewolves are some of my favourite genres to read and Code Name Jack Rabbit follows four 'men', vampires Jonas, Blair and Declan, and werewolf Lucas, the newest recruits of the Vampire Guard. Mated partners Jonas and Blaire, as well as Declan and Lucas' relationship are put to the test as the Akhkharu Nasaru want to prepare them for the worst that is yet to come, uncovering a terrorist nest made out of werewolves.
This novel had so many details about the background of the Vampire Guard, the four men and what is about to happen with the terrorist group, Qiguan. I struggled to keep up with all of it: the plot, the twists, the storyline and the numerous information, and at the end I wondered if I should read the novel once again in the hopes it would help. Knowing that there is an entire series before the Vampire Guards series that would actually enhance the experience absolutely change my opinion for the best. In the end, I never did read the book a second time but I did take a few days to reflect before writing my review - I appreciated the first instalment of the series. I can only imagine how amazing it'll be simply by the details Elizabeth Noble has added. These four men are intriguing and 'manly' - the type of men that I've come to expect from vampires and werewolves, fast, strong, ruthless and protective of what belongs to them. Even though there isn't much romance throughout the book, I could still see the connection that existed between the couples and the friendship between the four men. Knowing that another series exists before this one and explains the history behind Code name Jack Rabbit, I personally recommend starting from that point, which is what I'll be doing as well, but i still believe that he storyline was amazing.
Review Copy of Code Name Jack Rabbit provided by the Publisher, DSP Publications for an honest Review.
Reviewed by Kathleen from Alpha Book Club
This being the first story I have read with male/male relationships between vamps and werewolves, I have to say…..it was yummy! And I will most definitely be seeking out similar reads.
Noble sets the stage well for this tale’s plot by introducing four main lead’s.…along with a very cool supporting cast.
You have the vampire cop, Jonas Forge and his soul mate vampire, Blair Turner; who just so happens to be a computer hacker. Then there’s Declan, who although a vampire, he is with his soul mate werewolf, medical examiner, Lucas Coate.
I really found myself liking the fact that vampires, shifters, and even humans, can all be each other’s mated loves.
Together, these groups of men are thrown into a situation where things are not as they appear to be, and they must use their skills to work at stopping a murder.
Complicating the case, and adding to some intrigue, is the fact that Lucas is not in good standing with his pack due to decisions he's made in the past. But he and his friends find that in order to solve this conundrum they are going to need every bit of the pack family’s assistance.
Although I did find this book to be somewhat romantic it is not the author’s sole intent – the murder is. There are wonderfully, dynamic relationships and a “tryst” for each of the pairings, but that is the most you are going to get.
If erotica is your goal you will not find that here. But you will find a very fulfilling fantasy twister…with a “bite”.
Both the characters and the riddle in Code Name Jack Rabbit are compelling and interesting. The men have such a strong bond, not only as mates but as friends, and it was evident that the connection came in handy when working the mystery.
If you like vampires and werewolves and Nancy Drew like, or should I say Hardy Boy’s, crime solving stories then Code Name Jack Rabbit is the book for you!
I for one am very excited for these boys’ next crime solving case.
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