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An Evening for Vayl and Jaz (Jaz Parks #4.5)

3.95 of 5 stars 3.95  ·  rating details  ·  317 ratings  ·  11 reviews
In this short story, told from each character's perspective, Vayl and Jaz spend a romantic evening together. This story takes place after the events of Bitten to Death.

Word count: ~5,500
Kindle Edition, 25 pages
Published (first published June 15th 2011)
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Amy A
A great little in-between short story with just Jaz and Vayl. Told in alternating narratives it's nice to get Vayl's perspective and feelings on Jaz since the main story series is told from her point of view. Released posthumously, this novella along with Scouting Jasmine and The Golem Hunt fit nicely into the overall storyline.
I was a huge fan of this series, grabbing them as soon as they hit the shelves & was saddened when I heard the author had passed away. Her books provided me with many hours of laughter & sighs.
So when I came across this novella, I picked it up for one more visit with Vayl (a hunk among vampires) & his human colleague, Jaz. In the overall arc of the story, at this point they are enjoying a successful professional partnership. Both feel the mutual attraction but Jaz is fighting it for
To be honest with you, I didn't really see the point to this story. Jaz freaks out about what dress to wear for dinner with Vayl before he goes off to Romania to take care of his issues over the death of his sons. Vayl wonders what Jaz is wearing. Jaz gets pissed to see two sinks in the bathroom at Vayl's home in case that means other women have been there, which is such a stupid thing to have a tantrum over. You know he has had countless women before you yet you have a hissy fit over two sinks ...more
Kinda short. About the length of one chapter.
Charlotte (Buried in Books)
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This was a cute short story that gives a glimpse into a bit of Vayl and Jazz's relationship that we don't see in the novels. It is a little sad that there won't be any additional writings done by this amazingly funny author. Holy lima beans, need I say more.
It was ok but way too short. I'm not sure if I should continue with this series or not.
I liked the back and forth between Jaz's and Vayl's POV. Really sweet.

Short but good. I like it when we get to see things from Vayl's POV.
3,5 Stars ... Not because it was Not nice but definitely to short
June 11, 2011
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Other Books in the Series

Jaz Parks (8 books)
  • Once Bitten, Twice Shy (Jaz Parks, #1)
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  • Biting the Bullet (Jaz Parks, #3)
  • Bitten to Death (Jaz Parks, #4)
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