Monday, 13 April 2009
For five years Kita Nekai has hidden in the human world. In the city of Haven a rogue shifter is leaving bodies all over the place. When the Hunters finally find Kita in Haven her illegal status means she is high on the suspect list. Confronted by the Hunters she doesn't see a way out until the mysterious Nathanial Deaton comes to her rescue.

Kita thought being rescued meant you came out of something alive. However her rescuer has left her undead. With only two nights to prove her she is not the rogue shifter responsible for the spate of killings, she teams up with the only help she has. Stuck with her rescuer and someone from her past who would prefer to take her home, they go against the clock and some baddies to put things right.

No explanations, no easing the reader into things and certainly no introduction. This book gets straight into things and doesn't mess around. Action from the very first page this book is a non-stop paranormal mystery ride. Different from the genre norm in some aspects it also has some familiar elements as not to confuse the reader.

A strong, stubborn and feisty female main character and some gutsy helpers dominate this debut book. However I think Kita has more secrets to tell and I am definitely willing to read more about her and to find out what else this new paranormal series has to offer.

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posted by Amber Katze at Monday, April 13, 2009 |


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