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Jennifer Lynn Armentrout is an American writer of contemporary romance, paranormal, and science fiction. Some of her works have been on the New York Times bestseller list. She is considered a "hybrid" author, having successfully self-published while maintaining active contracts with small independent presses, and traditional publishers. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American author. Books written under Jennifer L.

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You submitted the following rating and review. Jennifer This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ To me Zayne has a lot of pull in his Warden coven and should have been championing for Layla and getting people to understand her and help make her …more To me Zayne has a lot of pull in his Warden coven and should have been championing for Layla and getting people to understand her and help make her feel more comfortable, but he did nothing other than a small handful of times and if daddy said so then it was so.

I think Zayne is a decent person and great guy I need it Tryna I really need to read this it is bothering me so much I want to know what happens ughhh. See all 18 questions about Stone Cold Touch…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order.

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Aug 02, Christine Riccio rated it really liked it. Fast, easy read, despite being a little predictable, I had fun! Oct 04, Wendy Higgins added it Shelves: View all 24 comments. Oct 30, Jen rated it it was amazing Shelves: Team Roth! Team Zayne! Now I'm like But seriously, here are 10 reasons you should read Stone Cold Touch Jennifer L.

Armentrout wrote it. You know it's gon' be good! The relationships. They're honest, real and lasting. Layla is a lucky girl.

The unique love situation. I'm calling it a "situation" because "triangle" isn't really the right word. Read it, then you'll understand. The club scene. I heard the Eagles' song, Hotel California, in my head as I was reading.

The locker scene. What's in the locker?! The introduction of Witches.

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Again, leave it to JLA to make me rethink my, "I don't "do" those. I swear, one of these days she's going to make me like owls too. The ending. Which broke my heart and not for the reasons you might expect.

And finally , you should read Stone Cold Touch because View all 26 comments. Mar 07, Lucia rated it did not like it Shelves: My Roth, Layla and Zayne: I have always been a fan of paranormal YA stories by Jennifer L. Why such a low rating this time? I had to take one star down because of cheesy dialogues and writing style. Second star was taken down because of stereotypical characters and dragged out plotline.

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And another stars was taken down because of the worst case of love triangle ever. Let me explain. Specifically that which is unsubtle or inauthentic in its way of trying to elicit a certain response from a viewer, listener, audience, etc.

Armentrout achieved in this book. I guess she was aiming for sounding young and cool. However, phrases and dialogues she presented felt foolish and over the top. Constant use of phrases like "holy granola bar" , "crap on a cracker" , "Christ on a crutch" , "thank baby Jesus and cuddly angels" or "holly shit balls for Sunday dinner" annoyed me big time and made characters look rather immature in my opinion. I am sure many readers won't be bothered by it, but it didn't work for me at all.

Armentrout presented nothing new in this book. We have seen it all in her previous books or in other books within YA genre. There is nothing special that would distinguish main characters of this series from other YA heroes and heroines. Yes, author came up with some pretty interesting twists towards the end. The fact that Layla acted on her feelings towards both boys. If she was with one boy and internally struggling with her feelings for another boy, I could survive that sort of.

But the fact that she was leading both guys on simultaneously, alternatively being with one while thinking of other and vice versa Who does something like that? A character I can't feel any compassion for. Plus both guys were willing to forgive Layla everything. Zayne especially. And that is unhealthy. I couldn't respect them because of it and they all lost my sympathies in this book.

And when I don't feel for characters, I simply can't enjoy the story. So whose team I am on? Team Roth or Team Zayne? View all 29 comments. I needs this. View 1 comment. Are you Team Roth or Team Zayne? The decision is in your hands! Voting ends Nov. I need my Roth now! November, why so far away?! View all 20 comments. Der Plot war super spannend und es gab unerwartete Wendungen. Ich bin gespannt auf das Finale der Trilogie, obwohl ich eigentlich gar nicht will, dass es zu Ende geht Oct 27, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: Who knew I could be so invested in a book where gargoyles were one of the main creatures.

Feb 27, Wendy rated it it was amazing. DO I love this series? Yes Do I love Stony I mean Zayne? Until this book? Heck nah.

After this book? Now that's a heck YEAH! We get to know the characters a lot better in this book and we undertnad the world much better as well. I finished this book in about two days and I can honestly say I enjoyed it and everything it uncovered. Now just to wait for that last wah. I'm gonna cry. I don't like good series ending DO I love this series? I don't like good series ending book. And hope that people still love Roth and that Layla won't end up with Zayne.

View all 3 comments. View all 7 comments. Nov 11, April rated it it was amazing. I was not expecting it to be him Mar 28, Stormy rated it really liked it. I WILL. I feel so so lame for not realising this would mainly be about Zayne from the Title. I seriously cannot believe the things that happened in this book. Jennifer really is striving to blow minds. There's so much crazy.

Crazy good and crazy baaaad. Don't read on if you haven't read the book. Number one major shock is this love triangle, y'all. Wth is going on?! Roth or Zayne, girl?! You cannot play them back and forth. I personally think that Roth is a better match for you, but Zayne was kicking some serious sexiness in this one. The Bambi scene was whoa. Big shock. And then the side of the road makeout session, where wtf! They can kiss! And then that just all falls apart like it was bound to anyway.

Abbott is a major asshole, Zayne is so slow to figure that shit out, and Dez you are amazeballs. Had to do a shoutout for him. Zayne and Danika would make a sweet couple. Let's make that happen, YEAH? Layla can rock Bambi all she wants, it wont change the fact that she belongs with Roth. Roth is just a freaking god. Jen does this to me with Seth and now Roth. Similar sense of humors, right? And that's all it really takes for me to be sprung.

Well, there's more to it but that's the gist. The whole dying scene I can't believe he said it. He said ily. And then there's Layla's ever present doubt that she hears such things. She's not the greatest, but she's alright. Poor sweet Sam. What the hello kitty, guys!? How did that happen? I kind of suspected something because he was changing so drastically and wasn't saying much.

I have no clue how this will all go down in the next book. I hope Layla picks someone. Roth Roth Roth. I hope that she can get Sam back, without making a deal with the Boss to get his soul back. I do know mommy dearest will break free eventually and I'm kind of excited about that. What kind of mayhem will she cause for Layla? Is it weird that I'm suspecting she will hit on Roth? Or maybe Zayne And what's the favor for saving Layla's life?

I don't know bout those witches, as they're a wee bit ominous. May 21, Sasha Alsberg rated it it was amazing. Jennifer does it again! Stone Cold Touch is truly a riveting and beautiful read. If I could rate this book 10 stars I would!! Nov 10, Rachel Reads Ravenously rated it it was amazing Shelves: Stone Cold Touch continues the series with Layla adjusting to her usual life again without the demon Roth. Pretty soon she and the Wardens discover a Lilin has been born, a powerful demon that can turn humans into wraiths, and it seems to be Layla's fault.

I thought that this was a wonderful middle book to a trilogy.

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It brought on all of the feels and the angst. Plus Zayne finally got a shot at wooing Layla which I am all for. I root for the underdog about No really, I even voted for him. Not to say that I don't love Roth either, I just have a feeling he's going to win the fan vote, so I'm crossing my fingers for the sweet guy who's loved Layla for years.

The bad boy is welcome to stick around too. I also loved all of the Buffy references, being the ridiculous nerd that I am. Anyways, not my best review but all I have to say is, read this series. It's like book crack for your brain! And why not 5 stars? I was really sick of that in her other books Stay With Me and Opposition, so luckily she didn't use these exaggerations too often in this one.

View all 30 comments. And since they'd created us, they could also undo our very existence if they wanted. I pushed those thoughts away. Thoughts of being obliterated were a mood killer.

After the panic and chaos died down, there had been a million questions we didn't answer and all of us had become skilled at deflecting. Most humans thought we were like Loch Ness or Big Foot. A legend that had been proven true. If they only knew There were rules that even demons had to follow, and the biggest one was that humans were to remain ignorant of the presence of very real evil in the world.

Some kind of BS about free will and what not-that humans needed to have faith that a Heaven and a Hell existed without proof. Seemed stupid to me. If the Wardens and humans could rally together, then maybe many lives would've been saved, including my mother's.

But it was the way it was. Humans either thought the Wardens were superheroes fighting crime, or that we were the Devil incarnate. You win some. You lose some. I landed on the flat roof of our ancestral home a second before I registered another shadow in the sky, drawing close at a fast clip. A jolt of surprise shot through me as I recognized my father's regal silhouette. He wasn't supposed to be home! I shed my true skin quickly, taking on my human form a half breath before he hit the ledge in a crouch.

One look at him and I knew it was too late. He knew. Crap on a cracker. My father rose to his full height, standing close to seven feet. His wings, spanning several feet on either side of him, rippled as he stepped over the ledge, causing the roof to tremble under his sudden weight.

In his true skin, he was an intimidating sight to see. His flesh was the color of granite and would be just as hard to touch, making him and all Wardens almost indestructible.

Two dark horns parted his mane of black hair, each curving into a fine, wickedly sharp point. His nose was flat, nostrils thin, and his eyes, normally the color of the sky at dawn, were now a vibrant electric blue. He was my father, but as the head of the New York clan, he was the most powerful of all Wardens here.

Even I knew to tread lightly when he was in a mood. And apparently he was in one now. The curve of his jaw jutted out and his eyes flashed.

He made it sound as if I was chilling in the Gaza Strip instead of merely flying over mountains. I decided to play the old avoidance game. The effervescence of his eyes faded as his wings receded into his skin and his features became more commonplace. But he was no less fearsome as he stared down at me, and it took everything I had to match him, glare for glare.

I got my dark hair and my height from my father, but the rest was from my mother-the fair skin and more curves than the back roads of Greenwich. At nearly forty-two, Claudia was the oldest female in our clan and our token matriarch. Most females didn't make it to that age. Not when they regularly died during childbirth or were gleefully picked off by demons. It was a worrisome trend.

Without females, the Wardens would eventually die off. Like me, she was keenly aware that being shut up in the house, as pretty as it was, was still being caged. In the sky, the fat moon slipped behind a cloud, as if taunting me. I took a deep breath. I didn't go very far. I was just-" "It doesn't matter. Unease poured into me. Since when did my sneaking off not matter? He placed a heavy hand on my shoulder and squeezed gently.

You won't be able to take flight whenever you feel like it going forward. When he smiled, it meant something good, and he hadn't smiled much since Mom was killed. Unlike most Warden matings, theirs had turned into a love affair, going beyond their duties to our race. Once upon a foolish time, I had hoped the same thing would happen to me. Or to DC?

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I was practically bouncing at the prospect. Because they make it seriously hard for a girl to do some shopping. And they scare people. So it's awkward. Our house, which was the size I imagined a high school to be, was as heavily guarded as Fort Knox. It's better than that. Once inside the house, he turned to me. Warmth radiated from his gaze.

I tensed up, seconds from squealing. I knew I hadn't heard him right. There was no way. I was knee deep in freak-out mode.

Dez was back after leaving for three years, without so much as saying a "Hey, I'm skipping out and leaving you," or a goodbye or anything? He'd just up and left after I tried to swallow, but there was something huge in my throat. I hadn't heard from him in three years.