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Wild Justice: A Nadia Stafford Novel [Format Kindle]

Kelley Armstrong

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Praise for the Nadia Stafford series

“The hugely talented Armstrong delves into a truly shadowy world where honor and morals are set to a different frequency. In Nadia Stafford, she’s created an anti-heroine whose motivations are convoluted, yet utterly gripping. Take a walk on the dark side—where contract killers become both the bait and the hunter of a vicious serial killer.”
Romantic Times Book Reviews

“This one is a real hoot, and I hope Nadia returns soon.”
—Margaret Cannon, The Globe and Mail

“Original, dark, and gritty, with enough humanity to keep you caring about its anti-heroes and enough suspense to keep you turning the pages.”
—Cody McFadyen, author of Shadow Man

“Armstrong’s expert plotting never falters, and she’s able to keep ramping up the intensity throughout.... Top-notch entertainment sure to seduce fans of tough heroines.”
Publishers Weekly

Présentation de l'éditeur

The long-awaited final installment of the #1 New York Times bestselling author’s Nadia Stafford series

Since Kelley Armstrong wrapped up book two of the Nadia Stafford series, fans have been eager to know what happens to the tough-as-nails contract killer. At last, Wild Justice brings Nadia back for the series’ thrilling conclusion—an action-packed tale that will dazzle fans of the series as well as those who are only familiar with Armstrong’s bestselling paranormal books.

In Wild Justice, Nadia is confronted with her most difficult task to date: going after the man who killed her cousin Amy twenty years prior. But when it turns out that someone else has gotten to him first, she is drawn into a complex situation where everything she knows and loves is thrown into the path of danger. Nadia is forced to take matters into her own hands, ultimately requiring her to confront her darkest secrets—and her deepest desires—in a way that she never thought possible.

Armstrong's beloved Otherworld series is coming to the Syfy Channel in January 2014. Fans of that series are sure to enjoy the no holds barred action of Wild Justice.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2001 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 369 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0751550094
  • Editeur : Plume (26 novembre 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00COOFQKY
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Kelley Armstrong (née en 1968) est canadienne. Elle a publié sept romans à ce jour, tous situés dans l'univers de Morsure, qui remportent un succès étourdissant aux Etats-Unis et en Grande-Bretagne. Son œuvre se place dans la lignée d'Anne Rice et Laurell K. Hamilton. Découvrez l'imagination stupéfiante de la nouvelle reine du frisson.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth waiting for! (No spoilers) 26 novembre 2013
Par HappyMom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
FINALLY - after waiting several years, we have the third book in the Nadia Stafford trilogy. Given that Kelley Armstrong has been so busy with her paranormal series for the past few years, I had wondered if she would ever finish the unresolved story arcs from the first two books in Nadia's series. I had also secretly feared she might shortchange these wonderful characters in an effort to wrap things up (just to be done).

Well, I found this book to be a great ride from start to finish. Characters, storylines, backstory etc. all retained their continuity (even with such a large gap between book releases). There were some great plot twists and turns, the relationship developments between characters were juicy and overall I was very pleased with manner in which she brought things to a close. I sat up until 4:00 in the morning to finish the book and plan to do a re-read in the near future to take my time and enjoy it again.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 LITERAL ADDICTION's Review of Wild Justice 31 décembre 2013
Par LITERAL ADDICTION - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Chelle:

Wild Justice was an incredible conclusion to a wonderful crime drama series, and worth the wait (even though it sucked to have to...). :)

Our heroine, Nadia Stafford, is a former police officer turned assassin. She also owns and runs a wilderness lodge in Canada. She is independent, tough as nails, and a little quirky. Her moral code is a little different than most assassins, wherein... she has one. She generally only takes jobs that border on vigilantism, righting a wrong where justice wasn't served as it should have been. Her past built her that way, and instead of turning inward, she uses her dark sides to 'help others, while using her double life to live the way she's always wanted.

Wild Justice starts out with a bang. There is a job that goes awry, and it messes with Nadia's head a bit. After this, Kelley fully immerses us in a whirlwind of revelation, mystery, character growth, action, drama, emotion and heat. We learn that things we suspected in previous books about Nadia's past are correct (and even worse than we had imagined), we learn more about the mysterious Jack, the clandestine society that has been courting Nadia is revealed and its true colors are shown, the persons responsible for Nadia's tragic past are heavily involved in the storyline and make for some gripping page time, Jack and Nadia finally stop dancing around the inevitable, and it's all tied up nicely with a bunch of action, drama, and intrigue.

I was very pleased with the conclusion of the series. It felt 'real' to me, and was true to the characters - nothing seemed forced or hurried. Kudos to Kelley for giving us NADIA STAFFORD fans what we had been waiting and hoping for. Still (and probably forever) a Kelley Armstrong fangirl!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A conclusion that has far-reaches to the beginning of the series and roots in our heroines' psyche 28 novembre 2013
Par Alpha Reader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Nadia `Dee' Stafford is a hitman. After a disastrous career move as a cop, that saw her shoot an unarmed criminal and get kicked off the force, Nadia took herself into the wilds of Canada where she bought a lodge and started a B&B. But to keep her new life afloat she started taking jobs as a gun for hire. Early in her side-career she was taken under the wing of veteran hitman, `Jack', and the two of them have been through a few near-misses and gruelling assignments together.

But never far from Nadia's mind is the truth of why she became a cop in the first place, and maybe why killing comes so naturally to her . . . when she was just 13-years-old, Nadia and her cousin Amy were kidnapped. Nadia got away, Amy didn't. After a botched trial, her murderer walked free.

Drew Aldrich and the memory of Amy's death have haunted Nadia ever since, but when Aldrich resurfaces (under a new alias) finding him sets off a chain-reaction in the murky underworld of hired assassins and puts Nadia in grave danger.

`Wild Justice' is the third and (long overdue) final book in Kelley Armstrong's `Nadia Stafford' thriller trilogy.

The first book in this series was `Exit Strategy', released back in 2007. Armstrong introduced readers to disgraced but gutsy Nadia Stafford; gun for hire and ex-cop whose name and reputation had been dragged through the mud after she shot an unarmed criminal. That was a few years ago, and when we first meet Nadia she's a lodge-owner moonlighting as a hitman. In that first book, Nadia joined forces with her older hitman mentor, Jack, to hunt down a serial killer by using herself as bait. Teaming up with Nadia and Jack were his own mentor, Evelyn, and US Marshall with a vigilante gig on the side, Quinn.

The second book came out in 2009, `Made to be Broken' teamed the foursome up again, this time to look for a vanished teenage girl and her baby. The second book teased out the relationships which were hinted at in `Exit Strategy' - mainly a flirtation between Nadia and Quinn, a deep dislike between the two men and the realization that Nadia would like something more with her mentor, Jack . . .

And then came the long, long, long wait for the final book. For a while it seemed that Kelley Armstrong was either too busy with `Women of the Otherworld' and its spin-offs to ever feasibly write Nadia's conclusion, or none was ever planned. This, despite `Made to be Broken' having ended on an emotional cliffhanger that left fans reeling.

Well, it's been four long years but finally we have `Wild Justice' - the third and final book in Nadia Stafford's story that addresses a traumatic and defining event from her childhood, and provides fans with some satisfying closure in our favourite hitman's private life.

When the book begins Nadia is reeling after an assignment goes horribly wrong. Coming to pull her out of a guilt-spiral, Jack arrives with more than just words of wisdom to comfort his young protégé . . . he has something more, better - Jack's located the man who murdered Nadia's cousin, and got away with murder.

But finding Drew Aldrich sets off a chain-reaction in the criminal underworld, and Nadia finds herself needing protection and help from Jack, Evelyn and Quinn once again.

This book snuck up on me, I've got to admit. I'd wanted it for so long that when it finally arrived, I was totally blindsided because I'd long ago convinced myself the day would never come and Nadia's story would forever be open-ended. But from the very first page it was easy to slip back into this story alongside Nadia Stafford - once again picking up the thread of her traumatised childhood and searing vengeance that so determined her initial career as a cop, and then her decision to keep on killing as a hitman.

Something that really shone for me in this book (and was a big reason I fell in love with the series to begin with) was how many tropes Armstrong avoids. Much like loyal and strong Elena in `Women of the Otherworld', Nadia Stafford is not your typical heroine - and she's definitely not like the female assassins of Hollywood. Forget Angelina Jolie, stiletto chases and cocktail murders - Nadia Stafford has girl-next-door looks and a down-to-earth disposition. She's self-determined and clever, lets very few people get close to her and prefers her quiet life in the Canadian wilds. She's a great dichotomy of perfectly ordinary woman leading a quietly extraordinary and deadly double-life.

I was so grateful that Armstrong addresses Nadia's love life in this book, and gives readers a most satisfying conclusion. I won't give anything away, but Armstrong beautifully balances the heat and built-up tension with the furiously paced whodunit.

And the mystery at the heart of `Wild Justice' is a doozey. Armstrong planted this way back in `Exit Strategy' - setting up Nadia's childhood trauma and survivor's guilt over her cousin's death. That long arc story really pays off in this book, as it's intricately linked to Nadia's personal barriers and killer instinct.

`Wild Justice' may have been a long four years in coming, but it was well worth the wait. Here is a fine farewell for everyone's favourite hitman, Nadia Stafford, in a conclusion that has far-reaches to the beginning of the series and roots in our heroines' psyche. A brilliantly plotted and satisfying farewell to one of my favourite thriller series.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Long awaited - 3.5 stars 26 novembre 2013
Par C. Thilmany - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
It’s been almost five years since the release of the last book in the series and I wondered how easy this was going to be to pick up after all this time. Not difficult at all. There’s enough back story to jog your memory without overloading the book and I believe it would be easy for someone new to the series to enjoy it without being lost.

Nadia Stafford, former police officer, barely makes a living owning a lodge in the Canadian wilderness. What keeps her afloat is the few side jobs she does a year as an assassin. When a job goes sour on a very emotional level, Jack, her assassin mentor, is there with something new to focus on, and she’s not sure she wants it. The man who got away with raping and killing her cousin twenty years ago has been found and with it comes a great deal of emotional baggage and a lot to be learned about what really took place.

There is plenty of action and this time assassins are coming after Nadia while she, Jack, Quinn and Evelyn search for the truth and the person trying to kill her. If I recall correctly, this story differs from the others in the level of emotions Nadia experiences, as well as sexual tension. We finally learn Jack’s story.

The only thing that I dislike about the story is Jack’s way of speaking. I realize this is part of his character, but I find his two to three word sentences choppy and uncomfortable to read. I do like him as a character—we are given a lot of good reasons to like him--but his speech patterns make the story somewhat uncomfortable for me.

I give the book 4 stars for the story, what takes place and how what Nadia experiences makes me feel, but only 3 stars for my enjoyment of it overall.

Read as an ARC via Library Thing.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Starts strongly 1 janvier 2014
Par Tez Miller - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
The third and final Nadia Stafford novel starts strongly with a fabulous premise. The preceding books in the trilogy don't really work for me, so WILD JUSTICE's revelatory beginning seems like a major upswing.

Until a romance stuffs it all up.

Okay, it's not the romance itself that's problematic, but rather the way it's handled.

They decide to keep it secret.

It's not like either party is seeing anyone else, but they don't want the ex to find out, in case he chucks a tantrum and won't help out at work.

And that's when my four-star expectations slipped to three. Disappointing.
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