JC2 was created by the police to combat violence and drug crimes in the city. Lieutenant Black, an intense man whose past is a mystery but. Read other titles by Tricia Owens at. TriciaOwens. Fearless Leader. Black steadied his gun arm atop the hood of the. Read Fearless Leader (Juxtapose City) by Tricia Owens by Tricia Owens by Tricia Owens for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone.
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Calyx Starr isn’t used to being denied. Born on the streets and forced into a life of prostitution to fuel his Bliss habit, Calyx is street-wise and tough, and thinks he can use Black for his own secret plans. However the more Calyx owenns about Black and his team, the more the empath begins to think Black may be more than a challenge Too bad Black is a man with dangerous secrets, and becoming involved with him means Calyx may wind up dead or psychically destroyed.
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In the Blink of an Eye Juxtapose City 2. The Battle for Black Juxtapose City 3. A No Shame Holiday Romance. The Ultimate Team Juxtapose City 4. Product details File Size: January 25, Sold by: Share your thoughts laeder other customers. Write a customer review. See all customer images. Read reviews that mention fearless leader main characters juxtapose city tricia owens world building character development bad guys bad guy really enjoyed wait to read well written calyx starr team members read the rest story line looking forward cant wait author creates even though seems like.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. A warning for people who don’t want to read certain things. Just giving you a heads up. I want to first let it be known that I really like this author. I also really liked this book! Here is why I really hate this book without giving any spoilers. This author has created a world with psypaths and in this world, the “normal” people want to essentially get rid of them.
Its a world of normals against psypaths. She introduces Black one of the main characters and he is made out to be a good leader, fearless, and without giving too much information, a great tactician, and very powerful in his own right.
Yet, the author allows this individual to be gullible, bullied, and the most manipulated person ever. Its a contradiction that becomes more apparent as the books go along.
So far there are 9 of them. I’m currently reading number 8. When I say “allow”, trust me, Black has to fearles people do it for them to do it! It’s all in the name of keeping tricoa ones safe” but its getting ridiculous. One person is manipulating him one way for one reason with a particular threat and another person is coming in another way with another and very different threat, but the latter wants him to endanger the love feafless his life in exchange for endangering others.
Can books have a limit to how many bad guys there are because this book is reaching the limit Silent city trying to manipulate 2. Captain Dickerson manipulate by threatening everyone and everything. If it were up to him, he would burn the city down and everyone in it to keep Black on a puppet fearles and Black is letting him. The amazing part is his wife doesn’t see this blantant characteristic in him and thinks he’s fine.
She loves Black like a mother but doesn’t see anything. And just to let you know how depraved Captain Dick is, in book 8 without going into detail, he takes control of Black’s mind and forces him to suck multiple men off and kill a fellow officer just to show how he can control Black. Lieutenant of BC1 he is just out for himself 4. Lieutenant Kard the current manipulator who is threatening Black’s love of his life and threatening everyone else.
He is threatening to make Black go and blow up psypaths homes with them in it and I’m leaedr Black is going to remain the puppet to go along and do it! All in the name of protecting his loved ones! Genisus just a bad guy but you have to try to figure out if he is wanting to kill Black or gain him as a lover.
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It develops in other books and yet another instance where the author isn’t owene. Sometimes he wants to destroy Black, sometimes he wants to rule the city with Black.
It goes back and forth 6. It’s surprising that you would see this in a police force. No, they aren’t in leadwr competition but they aren’t on the same team. Do you see my point? It can be only one of these reasons: Like I said, I’m currently reading book 8. These books are like a soap opera. They seem to have a lot happening, but you get to the end of the book and find that not much has happened.
Bad guy still isn’t caught and they have another cliff hanger that takes you into another book. In fearess of the eight books, trici hasn’t been a single bad guy caught and taken care of and the good guys are all having terrible things happen to them.
The reason I really really hate these books??? Even though they are driving me crazy and I’m really pissed off with the author and the direction the books are going, I can’t seem to stop. I want to, but I’m now invested. I would tell you they are well written, but the author needs to work on plots and character development. After I finish 8 and 9 I’m going to stop following the author and I laeder look for future books. I have unlimited reading through Amazon and these books are on the list.
It’s the only reason I’m still reading them since I don’t have to buy them.
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I’m not the only one who feels this way. I’m saving you from insane anger and frustration. It just isn’t worth it. Some may consider this a spoiler alert! Everyone seemed to have a sexual agenda in this story and didn’t care if the other person was willing. In fact, the person at the highest level of command preferred that his targets were NOT willing.
I don’t believe a team in a conflict zone could operate with this level of chaos, physical abuse, and manipulation. Sure, people were willing to sacrifice themselves for their team, but allowing yourself to be abused in order to tridia someone else is still abuse. You’re armed – protect yourself! Pretty boys, lots of angst which I fearlese to love I would say this author is not a bad writer by any means, but this whole series is a lesson in why writers need a good editor, and why self publishing has gotten a bit out of control.
The reason i’m writing this review is not because I hate bad fiction, it’s because I think the author has the potential to be an awesome writer, if only she or he had a good editor to help them develop some of this. The world building is good, needs a bit of work, but still good. Character development the same Themes are good, but some of the plot points need some serious brushing up. In some ways, there’s just too much going on, subplots, some which seem to have been dropped I’ve read most, but not all the books at this point, and despite my complaints, I do dearless on finishing the series.
Once again, everyone is a victim and an abuser, it’s almost like the author tried really hard to show how no one and nothing is all black and white, which is good we don’t want no MarySue’s here, thank you.