by Christine Feehan
Another interesting book sale read. Romance, action and paranormal story-line, which occasionally trips itself up in its own plot. I realized after the fact that this book is the first in a series which makes sense since many different peripheral characters are introduced that have little to do with this story, but will probably figure heavily into the other books. Reminds me a lot of Suzanne Brockmann’s Troubleshooter series. This book follows an elite military squad who volunteered for a program that would “enhance” what the Doctor already considered physic abilities. The program works and the men are able to do incredible things, but someone wants to use this work to sell to terrorists for money, so they sabotage it to make it appear that men are dying as a result. The Doctor who created the experiment is killed right after having his own “gifted” daughter consult on the project. She quickly realizes things aren’t right and the rest of the book is spent with her trying to help men used in the experiment, find out who killed her father and fall in love and have lots of sex with one of the soldiers. It was a quick read and not horribly written, although character development would have been nice, rather then just each one “knowing” the other because they could read minds. I would try the next book in the series to see if it was any better.