Divinity Warriors 2: Fighting Lady JayneSeries One of the Divinity Universe
Jayne Hart has earned her independence by becoming Divinity Corporation's inter-dimensional boxing champion. Life is great, until a dirty fighter knocks her unconscious. Now, abandoned by the corporation in a parallel world, Jayne will use every weapon she has to be free once more. Even if it means running from her sexy new "husband" and spending the rest of her life in a primitive forest.
Ronen of Firewall longs for a woman to warm his bed and his home, but he had no intention of choosing a bride. In an unprecedented move, one chooses him. Never in the history of the breeding ceremony has a woman dared to lay claim. How can he resist the alluring Lady Jayne? She's confident and sure in her decision to be with him - until their wedding night when she's nowhere to be found. But, Ronen is not one to shy from a battle.
He will find Jayne and, when he does, he has one particular "weapon" in mind for taming his seductive, wayward wife.
Rating: Contains graphic sexual content, adult language, and violence. This novel contains adult content. Must be 18 years or older to enjoy.
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What happens when alpha female meets alpha male?
Feisty, driven, and lovable
the basic story is similar to the other stories in the Divinity Warriors series (they all tie together) but Jayne reminds me a lot of Mede from the Dragon's Queen (book 9 in the Dragon Lord series)
Jayne by far, her tone and voice inflection really hit the mark and brought Jayne to life for me.
Great story! Inter-dimensional fighting champion Janye “the sweet” Hart grew up fighting to survive and she knows how to take care of herself; until she is shanghaied and wed to Lord Ronen of Staria. Staria is a dimension of mostly men that has been plagued by battle for generations and desperately needs wives and children to carry on the struggle. The Starians live similar to medieval times with castles and knights and with knowing so much war they do not believe in love, just honor and duty. To say the least Jayne rebels against the situation by running away and trying to find a way back to her dimension, despite an almost overwhelming attraction to Ronen (which both excites and confuses her as she tends to lose control with him…something she is not used to). Of course Ronen tracks her down and brings her back, they tear up the sheets and have several misunderstandings and hurt feelings but fall for each other in the end. If you liked any of the other Divinity series you are sure to like this one as well; if you haven’t read any others you’ll still like it if you appreciate hot alpha knight types and feisty females.
Rebecca Cook did an excellent job narrating there was enough difference in tone and inflection to different characters dimension and make the listener feel they were really listening to different people. Additionally, she had very pleasant voice that was enjoyable to listen to.
passion, humor, action :)
I've been waiting for this book ever since I finished the first one. Although I liked it, I didn't love it. Despite that, it's chalk full of passion, humor, action, lust, and good stuff. I enjoyed the performance also but like the book I didn't love it. Overall I found it funny and can't wait for the next book.