SAZI SERIES CT ADAMS
She currently lives with her son, James; Lucky the Wonder Dog; and her pet cats, and works a “day job” in a law office and title company. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. But Tony and Sue’s enemies aren’t only those in the mob and aren’t just furry. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations , on the part of the author or publisher. The authors took great p Hunter’s Moon by C.
Not every heroine has to be kick-ass. Love the main male character. But it was a short and sweet ending, I did feel it was a bit too abrupt for my tastes, but I am thinking it might have been done on purpose. I won’t be returning for the rest of the series, and would be surprised to find that anyone ever has. The sex is incredibly hot, but there are actually very few sex scenes in the book. Notify me of followup comments to this post via e-mail.
Hallelujah, the relief of a decent human being cast as a heroine and bless you for the lack of a love triangle!!! As the story develops, they find themselves attracted to each other, even though reluctantly. Welcome to the world of the Sazi, a dangerous world of passion and intrigue where human and animal natures clash in a continuing struggle for dominance.
Again, sdries, some good stuff here.
I think I’ll try another one of these. Howling Moon by C. This book has some twists in the werewolf’s tail that were very cool. Well written, funny, fast-paced and if there were too many mentions of what he could smell, so what, the story was everything.
I have to say, this book was a little hard to get into to, but once I got closer to the end I did like the result. Tony, a hitman for the Mafia, was brutally attacked during a hit gone wrong. He was raised in the “Family” aka mob and is a hired assassin.
Series: Tales of the Sazi
Moon’s Web by C. Sign up for my weekly newsletter. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. It was from the point of view of Tony, and he was really annoying trying to be all mysterious and shit. Book 3 of 8. It’s earned a spot on my keeper shelf. The bad boy with his moon challenges hooked me in and I read the first 3 books in this series in a few short weeks.
For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere “lists” of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular aeries. Adams and Cathy Clamp I loved this book dearly. Published Seriss 12th by Tor Paranormal Romance. Notify me of followup comments to this seried via e-mail. That was quite different, it is quite rare to see that.
This is the first book in the Tales of the Sazi series, and kicked off with an interesting look at supernatural-love Italian mafioso-style. Book 2 of 8.
Not a great book, female lead is pretty yucky, always cg or whining, protagonist is amoral hero-type, unlooked for help arrives in the nick of time, yadda yadda yadda. AdamsCathy Clamp October 2, Come explore the complex world of Tony Giodone. I’m surprised I managed to finish this considering how much it bugged me.
C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp – Sazi Series Reading Order – Maryse’s Book Blog
sreies Audible Studios on Brilliance Audio Availability: I haven’t yet encountered a paranormal romance with a Mafia-connected assassin as the hero and a suicidal depressive as th I almost never decide not to finish a book–especially a mere pager like this one. Sue was such a pushover and doormat. If anyone had proof of their existence, they would be captured for testing, or slaughtered en masse.
Lists with This Book. I have an urge to go back and reread the series, especially Tony’s books. I loved the different angle taken on a were, who is turned while attempting to assassinate his mark, who happens to be were.
I almost never decide not to finish a book–especially a mere pager like this one. By default, it sorts adzms the number, or alphabetically if there is no number.
Feb 07, Wlfgrl rated it it was amazing. Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the “works” in question. I got too tired of rolling my eyes at the idiocy of the side characters.
Both main characters have differing opinions, strengths, failings, and backgrounds, and you come away with a clear sense of HOW they became the people they are today.
I’m really glad this book held up so well on a second read. I won’t be returning for the rest of the series, and would be surprised to find aadams anyone ever has. Despite her supposed pathetic predicament, I couldn’t find anything to like about her, either. If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in zeries after the series title eg. Not quite a five star, but 4.
Tales of the Sazi Book Series:
Get to Know Us. That is, until Sue mentions that the hit is on herself. He meets a customer, Sue, who wants to have him take her own life, as she is miserable. To read a romance from the hero’s POV instead of the heroine’s was an interesting twist, and the fact that the hero was a very flawed, very REAL deries was refreshing. Speaking of Sue, I saw in some other reviews that people thought of her as “weak.
I have mixed feelings about this book. Helpers GwynethM 9amysisson cviciouslittlething 2. How do series work? Who the hell does that?