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Broken Loyalty (Jacky Leon) Paperback – April 5, 2020
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- ASIN : B086PPJFP3
- Publisher : Independently published (April 5, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 368 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8634247564
- Item Weight : 1.05 pounds
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.92 x 8 inches
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- #39,575 in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy (Books)
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We open with Jacky's lovely family deciding to send her help to run her bar. As you can imagine, this didn't go over well, as werecats are solitary creatures who don't like being told what to do. (Imagine your average housecat. Lol) The beginning of the book was a little slow getting started but it was necessary to the eventual action in the book. The thing I really like about Banet is she doesn't write fairy tales and pixie dust. In this book, Jacky is kidnapped, beaten and starved and Banet doesn't hesitate to take you there. The developing romance between her and Heath is a slow burn that is handled very well.
Due to the kidnapping (and I can't tell you why or who without spoilers), Jacky's werecat family becomes involved and we get to see them in action. We start to see more of their individual personalities, and learn some of their secrets. The secondary characters are just as interesting as Jacky, and I simple can't wait for Book 4.
This is an awesome, deep, rich series. While I have run into some excellent reading, this series is the closest if not equal to the amazing Kate Daniels' series by I. Andrews. I started this particular book at 12:30 a.m., and finished it this morning at 5:00. Don't do what I did. Start it in the afternoon. LOL. I highly recommend the entire series, and I wish Banet would write Book 4 immediately, if not sooner.
This book was great from beginning to end. There is plenty of action. Not overly so. You still have a story. We get to see a bit more into Jacky's siblings, their interactions with each other and their interactions w Hasan. Its great to see because little by little Jacky is now being woven into that dynamic and more ppl have her back. Its a bit beautiful.
Old questions are answered and Jacky finally gets an answer to a question she has been asking. There are surprise newbies that I can't wait to see develop but they look like they will keep Jacky on her toes.
K. Banet I picked up that nugget or it seems like nuggets you left in there for us and poor Jacky, her world is abt to be turned upside down again.
My favorite part of this is there are no cliffhangers and something we've all wanted in a way gets resolved. I finished this in one day and I'm a bit sad because I just want to read more after where we left off. This is a must read in the series and it won't disappoint.
I liked the series from book one, but found myself wondering what would happen with this cat, and found myself sucked in slowly into a well paced, character driven tale that gave me more insight on the siblings and gave just the right bit of flex for all the right reasons between Jacky and Heath.
Some backstory resolutions are a joy, and there is a bit more there — two things that make you go hmmmm.....
Well worth the time spent, and I just hope there is a new book soon!
This series has what a lot of other shifter series don't have. The main character is a powerful Werecat who resembles a Sabertooth Tiger. She is stronger than her Hero. She has family ties and issues. We find out something interesting about at least one of her extensive family members in each book. There is plenty of actual shifting, fight scenes, and internal conflicts. This installment didn't have much interaction with other supernatural species (like Fae or Vampires), concentrating on an actual Werecat conflict.
I'm growing addicted to this series, and can't wait until the next book is available.
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I love Jacky Leon! She is a true heroine, although not flawless. She is still a young werecat and her chosen ignorance about the supernatural world more often than not gets her in trouble. But she learns and knows when to ask for help and admits that she isn’t good with change, or people, but has to get used to it. And the best thing about Jacky is that she is her own knight and rescuer: she takes whatever help she can get when things are dire, but in the end, she saves herself.
And this time, Jacky needs both the help of her family and Heath, and she also has to take care of her problems herself. There are werecats (plural!) getting in and out of her territory, but since Jacky can’t look weak, her family can only coach her, not preemptivly aid her. And Heath and his son are werewolves, but no match for werecats. So Jacky has to fight part of it alone and it as hard to read how she suffered. Especially since there is betrayal to come to grips with as well. But don’t fret, Jacky and her family find a way - and their interactions, scheming and banter are pretty cool. As are answers to some long open questions. That was satisfying. Oh and lets not forget the oh so slow burning romance that takes a few more very tiny steps toward something awesome.
As with the other books, the beginning is rather slow, but when the action starts, it’s non-stop until the showdown. Very cool series.