Liar

Liar A Zero at the Bone stort story Jack s home alone again and feeling restless A trip to the movies brings him face to face with the ways he has changed since meeting D

  • Title: Liar
  • Author: Jane Seville
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 148
  • Format: ebook
  • A Zero at the Bone stort story.Jack s home alone again, and feeling restless A trip to the movies brings him face to face with the ways he has changed since meeting D.

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    1. Jack stepped forward and they embraced tightly. He felt D turn his face into his neck, breathing deaply, scenting him.He heard D breathing. "I remember why I bothered callin." He smiled. "Why's that?""Wanted ta tell you I love you."D and Jack together *sigh*

    2. So, this is how it's gonna be? D and Jack always being apart for long times, always insecure about their relationship with lies between them?!Me not happy :(

    3. Shorty # 3 to "Zero at the Bone" - four months and thirty-six hours later - 4 StarsOnly nine pages. A short weekend, anger over the circumstances, a goodbye for now, loneliness, a street fight, a long-awaited phone signal, a declaration of love, and of course sweet, sweet D (now Anson) and lovely Jack. Sigh - I just love them forever!D is calling home~ “You know what else?” “What?”“I mean it from the bottom a my heart.” Jack lost it. He rolled to the side, braying hysterically, holdi [...]

    4. Now that was weird 😐 Don't know what was the point of this follow-up?Still, loved the banter! Jack and D at their best! 😉👍

    5. I AM TOTALLY IN LOVE WITH JACK & D!!!!!!!!!!!They have taken over my heart. It's great that i am able to continue seeing their relationship growing and how they try handle all those everyday problems like missing each other and dealing with insecurities and all those life issues.This short story , mostly about Jack being on his own, whilst D is on yet another "secret" mission. Loved how a day in Jack's life was written.I sensed his loneliness, felt his sense of "what can I do next" many of u [...]

    6. 2012 Review:As grateful as I am to Jane Seville for giving me further material to decompress with, it kind of failed.These shorts seem to mostly be a little depressing, actually. Yeah, Jack and D are hanging in there and trying to make the relationship work, but it seriously crumbles. And we don’t really get resolution for these issues either. In one of the stories it gets to the point of Jack (view spoiler)[taking a suicidal risk (hide spoiler)] just because the situation with D’s absences [...]

    7. I didn't understand the point of this story. Why write about Jack (view spoiler)[taking part in a street attack (hide spoiler)] after D left? He was crazy doing that.And I still don't like their arrangement["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

    8. This is a short that takes place a little while after the end of Zero At The Bone. While I can see where the author is going with this, I felt that it took D and Jack backwards, not forward.Like others, I hope that the author writes a full-length book to answer the questions that I feel still need to be answered in regards to the couple and their circumstances.

    9. I love this series and this was a good story as they all are, but I think she's leading up to something not so good. This felt like a chapter out of the next novel rather than a whole story. I didn't like that. I want her to write another novel soon! I love these characters and she's such a good writer!

    10. Awd face. I need more from this series. I'm a little weary of Jack turning into Dr. Bad-Ass but I really enjoyed the rest of this.

    11. I just love Jack and D forever. They have seriously taken over my heart and my life; I just cannot get enough. I love seeing their relationship grow; I love seeing how they try to handle “normal life”, like missing each other, not being able to see each other every day; dealing with insecurities and all. This short story is mostly about Jack being on his own while D is away again on one of his jobs. Sadly this story is only nine pages long (do you hear me cry?) It includes anger, a goodbye, [...]

    12. Another short story from Jane Seville's website. I believe these are party to apease us fans while she writes the sequel to Zero at the Bone. This takes places directly after the last short story. Jack ends up doing something that D would not only dissaprove of, but would be furious that Jack got involved in. When D calls from the airport during a layover, Jack considers whether he should tell him or not. The title will pretty much give that away but they have a really cute phone conversation. I [...]

    13. Don't get me wrong, I'm glad to see these characters again since I LOVED the main book. However I'm a little disappointed. I'd be a little less disappointed if I knew that I can jump into the next full size book in the near future, but that is not the case. Therefore, these books feel misplaced and are somewhat ruining the HEA I imagined for Jack and D - and as they are juggling their careers and separation-frustrations, they are making choices that are putting their lives/safety, relationship, [...]

    14. Yay again, more D and Jack. This one was another quickie, and, while it wasn't a fun one, I felt it had more emotion than the previous one, so I upped it a star. The guys are struggling with D's job causing them to be apart for long stretches. I really hope they can figure things out. This one tore at my heart a little.

    15. More tension grows between D and Jake. Life is not what they expected, as D's job obliges him to be away more than what he really wants there is anger but there is also love Things are never going to be easy between these two characters, but they both try to make them work. I really, really need the sequel and a whole book instead of a short story.

    16. Malinconico e dolceamaro. Un altro pezzetto di vita per Jack e D, tra litigi e amore.Jack non riesce proprio a stare lontano dai guai, e mi è parso come un déjà vu. Ma almeno stavolta finisce bene.

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