Jax by Kym Grosso

Published: November 17, 2015

I’m so close to finishing the books that are out in this series! So CLOSE! Now Jax took me much longer than usual to finish because I didn’t get time to listen to it really in the last month and a half. I get a lot done at the gym but I tore my Achilles’ tendon so there hasn’t been much gym time for me. Not to bore y’all with a sob story just trying to justify why my review is so freaking late! But it’s finally happening so not to make anyone wait any longer for it!

The last novel left off with Jax discovering Kat passed out in his nightclub only it isn’t really Kat and he doesn’t realize that until he gets close to her. By then it is too late and he is kidnapped by what can only be called, demons. When he finally escapes he finds that Kat is trapped with him and something isn’t right with her. Not right at all. She is having issues shifting and he doesn’t know why. All he knows is that the woman who told her brother that he tried to force a mating with her was in front of him and he can’t help but be drawn to her. He knows that having her around isn’t going to go over well with his pack but he also knows that she is the key to figuring out what took him and why.

Kat has been kidnapped several times by these demons and she doesn’t know what to do anymore. She has found her mate in Jax but has been forced to stay away from him for fear that the demons would drain him and kill him. All she wants is for him to be safe but when he rescues her from her latest imprisonment she must work to build his trust in her. He wants to keep his distance but she is determined to make him understand all she wanted was his health and happiness. But when she is changing into something not exactly wolf she doesn’t know how to fix it. The only thing she does know is that now she has Jax and she isn’t giving him up.

In this novel Luca is still an asshole and I’m having trouble remembering why I liked him in his novel but it’s a good thing I did otherwise we wouldn’t be up to this book now. Though he is wonderful to Samantha, he is just a terrible person to everyone else. I mean every book he is in. Man. Anyway, I was a mess with this novel. But it was so good that even though I had to stop (sometimes for a week or so) listening I still remembered what happened previously. And the epilogue!!! Jake’s book is going to be so good. Oh! And this is the one where we meet Quintus!!!

—No quote again! #SorryNotSorry—

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