Biting the Bullet - Jennifer Rardin I had a lot of trouble with this installment of the Jaz Parks series. I found the many flashbacks distracting and it caused the story itself to be disjointed. Vayl spent most of the book absent and I thought Jaz floundered without his interaction/input, I don't know something was just missing there. I also thought that their relationship was forced. He's basically ignoring her and suddenly she can't live without him. It just didn't ring true.

I did like the budding relationship between twin brother Dave and Cassandra. It was refreshing to see Dave finally open up after his wife's death. It was nice to see Bergman finally grow a pair and I love his gadgets. While this book was lame, I did enjoy the first two books, so I'll read the next hoping it returns to the quality previously displayed.