We’re back in the world of Veiled Eliminators! Twenty-Four is an assassin who is partnered with an android/cyborg named Ninety one. However, their mismatched nature may actually bring them closer together. As they risk their lives on a mission, loyalties are testing and their world forever changed.
The beginning is a little confusing. I wasn’t sure what is going on or who the characters are. Eventually you get an ohhhh moment. Now I understand the beginning but the way it is written is confusing to start a story. That said, this is another great addition to the series. This follows the same pattern as the first two books. Loyal assassins go on a mission, see the truth and defect but not without a battle. I like Twenty-Four. She survives some terrifying events and is stronger for it. The romance between them is sweet and slow but I wish it had more heat. The action and intrigue is, as always in this series, fantastic!
We’re back into the world of Veiled Eliminators! This book follows Seventeen who is tasked with killing Two and Four from the pervious book. She has a cybernetic suit with wings to help her with the mission but can she go through with it?
Seventeen didn’t come off as a trained assassin. She seems a bit too timid for the role. Edrian is a sexy dragon shifter. Right from the first meeting, they have great chemistry. There’s great world building as Seventeen searches for her prey and keeps doubting the order. Can she really kill them? Will she herself become a traitor and disobey? You’ll have to read and find out. The romance is light. I do wish there had been more of it.
Virama is a good addition the series. I’m interested to see how the series will continue!
Two/Starla is a trained assassin but with the help of her partner Four/David, they deviate from their mission to create their own future.
Despite having her memory wiped Two remembers things including her real name. The beginning is a little slow moving. It’s just introducing characters and the world without anything that really pulled me in. That said, once she’s sent on her mission and meets Four things really perk up. I liked the tension between them. There was a great push and pull. Once they’re on the run it’s all action and romance. I could not stop reading! There is also great world building that really intrigued me.
Extrication is a great start to a new scifi series!
Brenn has a guardian dragon that is working her way through his tough armor. She has to help him find his family after the village is burned down. Together they create an impressive force but can they also fall in love?
I read Carnal twilight, the prequel, a few months ago and didn’t enjoy it. I’m happy to say the first book, In Search of Pride faired much better. The longer length really showed what the authors could create. It’s a fantasy world filled with rich description. Ciara is a great character. She’s a dragon with as much fierceness as the guys in this book but also a sweetness when it comes to Brenn. I really like how their story plays out. There’s some angst, lots of action and who doesn’t love dragons?! There are some slow spots that makes the story drag but overall, I enjoyed this story. The romance/sex aspect is good but written in an overly simple style and it is not as hot as I hoped it would be. The author also introduces us to some great secondary characters that I hope get their own story!