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eBook Noah ePub

by Jacquelyn Frank

  • ISBN: 0749955392
  • Category: Paranormal
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Jacquelyn Frank
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Piatkus Books (April 1, 2012)
  • ePub book: 1900 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1337 kb
  • Other: lrf lrf txt lit
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 632

Description

For me, it was about the only saving grace of this book. I was sick of and bored with Kestra and Noah well before the middle of the book. 2 people found this helpful.

Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). For me, it was about the only saving grace of this book.

Oh, oh, oh. I'm still riding high after finishing "Noah" by Jacquelyn Frank, book five of her 'Nightwalkers' series. This series has everything I want in a paranormal romance/urban fantasy: mega-hot heroes, strong heroines, vampires, demons, and weres (Oh, my). Kestra is a successful mercenary who uses her intelligence, agility, and highly trained body. She's also a woman who has suffered horrible loss and lives with survivor guilt every day. Until one evening, on a mission gone bad, she's saved Oh, oh, oh.

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Kensington Publishing Corp. Noah looked up from his reading, the eddying energy of Jacob’s approach reaching him long before the Enforcer himself drifted in through a high window in the form of a soft shower of dust. The Demon King understood that Jacob had allowed him to be aware of his coming, as he always did, out of respect. If he had wished, the Enforcer could have camouflaged his presence right up until the moment the dust coalesced into his normal athletic form, as it was doing now.

The Nightwalkers have lived in the shadows of our world for centuries, gifted with abilities few humans can comprehend.

From Nocturnal anthology. Beyond our world lies a land where darkness reigns - the land of the virile, sensual Shadowdwellers

From Nocturnal anthology. Held captive, Amara is subjected to bizarre experiments that test the limits of her sanity. Beyond our world lies a land where darkness reigns - the land of the virile, sensual Shadowdwellers.

Read Noah, by Jacquelyn Frank online on Bookmate – The Nightwalkers have lived in the shadows of our world for centuries, gifted with abilities few humans can comprehend. For Noah, duty is all-unti. The Nightwalkers have lived in the shadows of our world for centuries, gifted with abilities few humans can comprehend. For Noah, duty is all-until he meets the woman who is his destiny. She Will Take Him Beyond His Wildest Dreams. As Demon King, Noah is dedicated to protecting his kind from their human and Nightwalker enemies. Yet for six months he has struggled with vivid dreams that threaten his very sanity.

From New York Times bestselling author Jacquelyn Frank comes the captivating conclusion to the sizzling series featuring four immortal warrior brothers who love as hard as they fight

― Lao Tzu. Authors' Books. Gideon (Nightwalkers, by Jacquelyn Frank. From New York Times bestselling author Jacquelyn Frank comes the captivating conclusion to the sizzling series featuring four immortal warrior brothers who love as hard as they fight. After drinking from the fountain of immortality along with his brothers

The Nightwalkers have lived in the shadows of our world for centuries, gifted with abilities few humans can comprehend. Every night he's tormented by images of a woman both achingly real and tantalizingly beyond his grasp.

The Nightwalkers have lived in the shadows of our world for centuries, gifted with abilities few humans can comprehend

In very good condition, no writing, no highlighting, dust jacket in fantastic condition.

Comments

Flower Flower
I have just been introduced to this series and was "hooked" right after I read JACOB. THe ensuing books were also very good, so I'd assumed (dangerous) that NOAH would be absolutely fantastic considering how his character was built in the earlier books.

What a shock and disappointment! I have to agree with others that Kestra was just so unlikeable. She seemed to have no character. She thought only of herself and her feelings and her trials and tribulations through most of the book. This is a future queen? I can't even say she was a strong woman - at least not my idea of what "strength" looks like. Bella would make a better queen.

Noah just seemed stupid, weak, and whiney. I kept waiting for him to leave his adolescent behaviors behind. And Kestra was worse!

Also in agreement with others - way too many long and repetitive love scenes and too many loose ends. Maybe some loose ends will be tied with the Shadowdwellers. I certainly hope so.

The one thing I really did and still do like about JF's books is that she does not abandon the old characters like so many other authors do. It's enjoyable to see the other mated pairs evolve and be integral parts of the story. For me, it was about the only saving grace of this book. I was sick of and bored with Kestra and Noah well before the middle of the book.
Knights from Bernin Knights from Bernin
Sometimes you just need to read something THAT is just entertaining . This series is fun to read. The people are interesting and the plots/story are just good evening, poolside, traveling read.
Gholbirius Gholbirius
As King of the Demons, Noah is pleased to see his people finally finding their mates umongst the recently found Druid's and other Night Walker races, but when Noah finally finds his mate only to see her die by a bullet to the head, he has to make a choice use the child of his Enforcers who can move through time to save his mate?, or lose the faith and friendship of all of his family and Friends, find out for your self, but start with the first book, Jacobe to keep up with the series.
Nahn Nahn
Noah, the usually in control and stoic King of the Demons, is uncharacteristically uneasy. Noah is no exception to the rules that bind all Nightwalkers. He feels the need during Samhain just like they all do. Lately his need for his mate is becoming almost unbearable though. He dreams of her every night but never sees her face. He doesn't know who she is, or where she is, but he knows she is "the one.".

Kestra Irons has spent most of her life as independent and in control as possible. Lately her erotic dreams of an unknown man are rocking her tough façade. With help, Noah finally meets Kestra but the meeting is nothing like he hoped. Not only are they surrounded by danger but also Kestra is fighting him tooth and nail. Noah has his work cut out for him convincing Kestra that they were destined to be together as a new threat is poised to destroy the Nightwalkers. How do you stop a threat that comes from the inside? It will take everything Noah has, Kestra's newfound power, and the strength of each and every Nightwalker to stop their enemies, again.

From the beginning of the Nightwalker series I was anxious to read Noah's story. Noah is everything I hoped it would be and more! Noah needed a story as powerful and compelling as he is and he needed a woman to match his intensity and strength. Kestra fits him to a T. As the Nightwalkers fight yet another threat, the storyline continues to remain fresh and thrilling. One of the things I like most about series novels is the continuation of a great storyline and revisiting old characters. In Noah, previous characters play a very big role in the story. Jacquelyn Franks' characters come alive on the pages. You can't help but feel drawn to each and every one. The Vampires, Demons, Lycanthropes and more are fascinating and personable. Noah is engaging, exciting, enchanting, and erotic. I've said it before, and I'll say it again, Jacquelyn Frank is one hell of a storyteller!

Nannette
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Vinainl Vinainl
When I saw how thick this book was compared to the others in the series, I was surprised at how quickly I read through it.

This was the only Nightwalkers book I hadn't yet read. Noah was always one of my favorite characters, and I liked how he was a troubled soul in this one, without the normal shininess about him. He came off as more accessible--I'd say more human, but he is a demon, after all, and a king to boot.

Kendra's dark life was a good complement to him.
Quinthy Quinthy
I haven't even finished the book yet but I am "compelled" to start this review. I will augment it when I'm finished reading it. I read A LOT of paranormal books (grew up on my mother's sci fi) and It's getting harder to find authors who write outside of the usual "template." So I'm delighted to say that, when Noah and Kestra complete their first, thorough "imprinting," with Gideon's help, I was fascinated. Hopefully the rest of the book belies the (perhaps jaded?) negative reviews here.
Lightwind Lightwind
This book was a very slow read and very boring. The story line was very disconnected. The Demon King Noah came off Whimpish and Very Afraid to make decisions. Their was nothing powerful about his character. Kestra his soul mate; I only felt pity for her because as a young teen she had been stalked, terribly beaten, raped and stabbed so badly she was left not able to have children. Why Frank felt this kind of abuse to young teen girl would make her book more interesting is a mystery, because it di not!!! Very badly written!!
Loved it! It was thrilling. You get to see a whole new side of Noah that you don't see in the other Nightwalker books. I personally suggest reading the whole series (theres Jacob, Gideon, Elijah, Noah and Adam) if you haven't to better understand what is going on, but it's not absolutely necessary. Truly a wonderful book. And the scene in the parlor, just, damn. Haha.