Being a werewolf, Jade has always been under the impression that all Alpha males are nothing more than self-centered, murdering macho-bullies that use pack members as nothing more than stepping stones to become king of the hill. She should know. Her brother, her fiance, and her kidnapper were all Alphas of the worst kind. Having all the proof she needed that Alphas are bad news, Jade vowed to never trust a werewolf of any kind...much less fall for one. She struggles to keep that vow when she is rescued by a blond-haired blue-eyed Alpha with the body of a Greek God. No matter how hard she fights, Jade fears this is one Alpha that she will lose to.
Would you try another book from Amy Blankenship and/or John Davis?
no i hate books that have no ending. but this book ends in the middle of a chapter
Has Jaded Blood turned you off from other books in this genre?
no not this gender but this writer definately
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of John Davis?
john davis was fine
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
the story was ok but just when it gets interesting it ends almost like this is only half of the story
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