The Jack (The Immortal Series Book Two)
Should he save the woman he loves but can never have, protect humanity, or avoid a prison sentence that would stretch for eternity?
Archer is a half breed, caught between two opposing heritages - the Jacks, a bloodthirsty race who kills for sport, and the Readers, a docile race trying to save humankind. Two years ago, he betrayed the Readers, though, i ...more
The Jack is the second book in The Immortal Series by M.K Harkins. This is an extremely good New Adult fantasy- full of action mystery, suspense, danger, secrets, emotion, intrigue, and romance. Although you could read this book as a standalone, I really recommend reading The Reader before setting off on this adventure. The Reader is where we meet Archer and what happens in that book really sets the tone and direction of Archer’s story, so having all that information would be highly benef ...more
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Not my first read by this author or in this series, and though this book takes place two years after The Reader ends, this is still a continuation series so I suggest reading the first book before this one, as it will give you much needed info on the character's backstory and, the even that takes place before The Jack.
I have to say, that this book was a tad bit better than the first, the ...more
Ok, now my review... Today was an incredibly busy day being an adult. After finally getting home at 7pm, I started reading THE JACK and realized this was a book that deserved a pleasant ...more
Archer is of mixed blood, first he betrayed people who trusted him, now he’s attempting to help them. He’s really in a quandary though, he has many choices he can choose from, but each has it’s own consequences, which will have the best outcome for them all? Which will Archer choose?
An exciting, edge ...more
Oh and Archer is really, really hot! Enjoy.
What I liked most about The Jack is Archer. *swoon* I prefer the bad boy, and Archer fits the bill, but not overly so. He's a misfit who's lost his way among other things, like the woman he loved, but then Sadie comes along ...more
I knew this one was going to have me gripping the pages because I fell hard and fast for Archer in the first book and wow the way things went out in The Reader I wasn't quite sure where his story was going to go, although I knew he would be redeemed I was totally unsure ...more
This book and the first one in the series, ‘The Reader’ were excellent paranormal romances. ‘The Jack’ is the second standalone book in the series that has continuing characters and an overarching storyline. ‘The Reader’ had a satisfying and natural conclusion, and this volume, ‘Jack’, picked up with the same characters, as well as new ones, two years after the conclusion of ‘The Reader ‘. It isn’t necessary to read the first book in ...more
The Jack continues 2 years after the fateful event of the first book. We follow Archer and a new MC Sadie, as they set out with the Reader gang(Davon, Ann and Lucy) to uncover more of the visions predistined by their predecessor eons ago.
Meanwhile, Archer's role in the attack is brought to light and with a Seer's help it may clear out the confusion he has faced all these years, but Sadie's destiny os the episode.
This sequel wa...more
5 out of 5 stars
The Jack is the second book in the Immortal series written by M.K. Harkens. I have read a few books by this author and her works get better and better I really enjoy her work. This book/series is a paranormal/romance with difficult choices and betrayal. The characters are well written and amazing I loved the way they interacted with each other. The way this author described the scenery was incredible and I could picture myse ...more
By: M.K. Harkins
5 out of 5 stars
The story The Jack (The Immortal Series Book 2) by M.K. Harkins is a fantasy book that I loved reading. It is a book that hooked me in from the very beginning and I found myself not wanting to put it down until I had finished the last page. It is a story that has action, mystery, and danger. I loved reading about the characters of Archer and Sadie. Sadie is a girl who is conflicted about the way that she feels about Archer. She ...more
*This review may contain spoilers from book 1.*
Archer just exists now. His once best friends hate him. The woman of his dreams is in love with the man he considered like a brother. He cannot move on. But when a woman warns him that his friends are in danger, he cannot only not get her out of his head, he thinks she might be of a race thought to be long gone. Does he warn these people who now hate him?
Sadie is the last seer, an ...more
I’m glad there was a chance for Archer to develop more as a character, following the events of the previous book. It was also great to get to know Sadie – I really liked her as a character (and Eve!). The way she’d struggled over the years wit ...more
I was excited to get started on this read to see where the series was going next with Archer.
We get pulled in right from the beginning when Archer is sitting on the beach watching the one woman he loved but would never have because of choices that were made years before. When Sadie sits down next to him, something happens that causes him to make a choice.
By warning Archer, Sadie has revealed her true self, she panics and takes o ...more
The bottom line is essentially the same as book one. Good versus evil. There were three groups unknown to humans, trying to make the world a better place. One group, The Jacks, decided to turn away from good, while the Readers and the Seers ...more
Archer has had a difficult life. Being raised by Readers for most of his life he had everything. Good friends and a happy life. Outside of his father hating him he had everything he ever wanted. Then he found out he was half-Jack and has spent the last two years alone after betraying his family. When a girl comes up to him and tells him ...more
Archer lives his life each day stuck between two opposing sides. A position he is responsible for since the betrayed he readers. It doesn’t matter that he saved them from destruction, only that he betrayed them in the first place.
So when he meets the immortal seer Sadie, he is not surprised to find out she is on a mission to destroy the remaining Ja ...more
Poor Archer! Talk about having the weight of the world on your shoulders... or in this case humanity.
This is the first book I have read by M. K. Harkins.
The Jack was a twisty, suspense-filled read. The romance is great, not too angsty and fairly tame. This is because, while the romantic aspect plays a big part in the story, it isn't the entire story. There are many twists and turns throughout the book that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Difficult choices must be made. Consequ ...more
By M.K. Harkins
I absolutely LOVE this author! Every book that I have read of hers I have loved and after reading ‘The Reader’ book 1 in this series I was really excited to get my hands on the second book. It was everything I expected and more, I was hooked from the very first page. The authors writing was just so easy to read, the words flowed seamlessly and it really was a pleasure to be immersed in such an amazing story. The characters were amazing a ...more
Archer is a Jack … and he is a Reader … he is a hybrid that is caught between two adversary races … and then there are the Seers … the avenging hunters of Jacks and protectors of Readers … and who is Archer? It will all come down t ...more
That all said this is the story of Archer and Sadie. I really enjoyed these two. Archer is stuck between a rock and a hard place really. He has had been both ...more
A half breed, Archer, is torn between two races, The Jacks which are a race who kill for sports and The Readers, a race that is trying to save mankind.
Years before, Archer betrays the Readers and ever since has been living alone and filled with unrequited love.
But when Archer becomes drawn to Sadie who is not only a Seer but has been given the task of killing him, which side will win? Wil ...more
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