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SARATANI: A James Thomas Novel (The James Thomas Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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>I am an independent reviewer. This book is the 2nd in the James Thomas series and ends in a cliffhanger. Mak’s case is over, but the threats are continuing. James and Mak negotiate terms to their relationship. A very funny scene, that really seems to be something realistic in both of their lives. More backstory regarding Paris and Deacon are revealed, showing the extreme violence these 2 brothers live in. James’ action in Paris, show his coldness as he doesn’t give his lover a chance to explain her actions.
>This book follows James on a case. He has friends in Tokyo that he can’t really trust, showcasing how few real trustworthy friends he has. The violence was off the charts as James kills however needed, torture never off the table. The soft side vs. the violent side of James is really highlighted as he kills and tortures and shakes it off. Mak’s true threat comes in the form of her missing husband. James and Deacon are now trying to find his body and figure out what happened to him.
>This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving this book 5 stars. Mac spends a lot of time with Cami and is slightly less interesting in this story. A little humor is introduced as her sister and her attempt to spy in the Thomas complex. This series and story is so interesting and hard to predict. What a great read!
I love the fact that this novel has been completely on track! It picked up right where the first book left off, along with adding in some new people James is going after!
This novel beginning with Escanta is like an onion (definitely not in a bad way!) This book is pulling back the layers, everyone that james is going after seems to be connected in some way, shape or form!
I absolutely loved the whole book but the end is where it got me, I could not stop smiling and cannot wait to see what happens next!
I received an advance copy of Saratani in exchange for an honest review.