Paranormal Security and Intelligence Operative Duke Marlow has a new mission: find, interrogate and possibly eliminate the target - Mercy Deluca. He knows looks can be deceiving, but it's hard to believe the beautifully quirky woman running around in a superhero t-shirt is a viable threat. The sexy little biomedical engineer quickly proves she is more than he bargained for and Intel has it all wrong - she's not the enemy. Far from it. Intel also forgot to mention one vital piece of information - she's Duke's mate. This immortal alpha werewolf doesn't take kindly to her being in danger.
When Mercy accepted a position within Donavon Dynamics Corporation, she thought it was to help cure disease and to make a difference for mankind. She had no idea what her new career path truly entailed - monsters masquerading under the guise of scientific research. Unable to stomach the atrocities she's uncovered, she reaches out through what she hopes is the proper channels, asking for help. Mercy gets more than she bargained for when a team of paranormal hotties show up on her doorstep ready to take down the Corporation. One in particular is able to get under her skin, both aggravating and exciting her in ways she can't explain.
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A GOOD START TO A GREAT PNR SERIES
- Mel "I'm a lover of books, both read and audible."
4 hrs and 53 min of my life wasted.
The book being better written. The premise for the story had promise, but it was so poorly written that nothing could have helped it in it's present form. It felt as if it was rushed through most of the story just to get to the graphically described sex scenes. I'm not anti- sex scene - far from it, but there has to be more to a book intellectually to hold my interest. It felt as if the author was following the advice of Chandler Bing's romance-novelist mom from friends: 'Just come up with 4 or 5 acronyms for the male organ, throw in some heaving breasts and anyone can write this crap.' (I paraphrase, but you get the idea).
It has certainly turned me off reading anything else written by Mandy Roth.
Nothing! He did a great job with the poorly written book he had to work with.
See the answer to the first question above about what would have made the book a better listening experience for me.
Seriously, the blurb about it should have read, "a touching love story about a man and his penis." It almost felt as if the story was incidental to the sex scenes. I think the premise had great potential, but it was so thinly and poorly written as to be merely a vehicle for the sexual descriptions, and even those were rushed and thin. In short, this was a terrible book.