Monday, January 23, 2017

#REVIEW: Twisted Desire by Sharon Kay

Title: Twisted Desire
Author: Sharon Kay
Series: Titan World #2
Publisher: Titan World LLC
Publish Date: January 24, 2017
Pages: 86
Buy It Link: Amazon

Synopsis: From New York Times bestselling author Cristin Harber and Award-winning author Sharon Kay comes an exciting collaboration…

Rhys MacLeod is a warrior first and a hacker second. Preserving the balance of power among supernatural beings is his prime directive, as well as keeping it far from human eyes. The discovery of a man killed by magical force on a Chicago street lands him on an op he didn't expect. He's good, but solving this crime requires a call to the best of the best.

Parker Black of Titan Group never met a network he couldn't infiltrate. Along with Titan team member Locke Oliver and Megan, a scientist who witnessed the murder, they uncover a maze of encrypted files and unethical DNA manipulation.

Rhys is duty bound to keep all supernatural details hidden from his human friends, so identifying the killer becomes more complicated when clues indicate the perp isn't human. And when the murderer shows up at their location, every second counts before its true nature is revealed.

My Rating: 4 1/2 stars

My Review: I received a copy of this review in exchange for an honest review.
I am a huge fan of both Cristin Harber's Titan series, and Sharon Kay's Watcher series. And amazingly enough, they have a crossover...a crossover! I love well-written cross-overs, and I got to read this book right after I read Rhys' book, Awakening Kiss. I wasn't exactly sure how Sharon would be able to keep Rhys' secret, especially from my favorite Titan hacker, Parker Black, but somehow she did, and believably. Though I was hoping this would be a full-length novel, and it certainly could have been, I think it was just enough for a quick dip without straining the timelines of both series.
There was some suspense, some action, and even a tiny glimpse into a future budding romance in this quick-reading novella.
If you are a fan of either author, this is a great introduction to the other series, and if you're a fan of both, like me, this is double the amazing reads!

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