When Remington is sent undercover to locate seven missing persons, the last thing she expects is to find herself in the middle of a supernatural war. Finding her missing people isn’t a problem, but figuring out exactly how they went from being human to only slightly human isn’t so easy.
Complicating matters further is Vincent, everything Remy doesn’t need right now. He’s sexy, powerful and all too alluring. Unfortunately she needs his help to get to the bottom of what’s been going on in her city. He seems to have set his sights on having her, and Vincent is accustomed to getting exactly what he wants.
With a city full of zombies, a madman on the loose and her finances steadily heading down the drain, romance is the last thing Remington needs. But if she manages to stay alive long enough, she just might give love a try.
I received this e-book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Most of the titles I read by Ellora's Cave are erotica, but this one is perfect for adventure fans who just happen to have a love for things that go bump in the night. The love scenes are pretty tame and great for readers who just enjoy a good story.
What I Liked:
This book started out strong and kept on with the adventure the whole way through. If you enjoyed The Hunger Games or other futuristic dystopian novels, this is probably right up your alley. The main character has some kick butt qualities that hold up during stress and there are surprises around every corner.
What I Didn't:
Not a thing.
This is a great read for someone who loves an adventure that just keeps on giving. The characters are strong, dialogue real, action done well and the plot keeps you guessing. The romance aspect is there, but as with others from the Blush line, it is a sweet romance, so there is no erotica content. The monster/zombie story is fun. I loved the beginning of the story especially when Remi descends into a prison for a job and there are more things down there than she ever would have suspected. The world as she knew it is about to change and what a wild ride it was. Excellent read!