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Feb 09, Kassa rated it liked it This is the first book in a series and while it can be read alone, it has a rather big hanging ending with little to no resolution on any front. As I havent read the subsequent books, Ive no idea if any of the issues raised are resolved but the blurbs tease that perhaps there are more chapters to go before an eventual happy ending, if one exists.
So keep this in mind if youre the type that likes your stories wrapped up in the space of the book, otherwise know going in youre tapping into so far This is the first book in a series and while it can be read alone, it has a rather big hanging ending with little to no resolution on any front. The plot revolves around the commonly used theme of paranormal abilities and the undercover, evil agency that wants to use, abuse, and capture these people. He is innocent and shy, jumpy after years of abuse at the hands of the evil agency and unwilling to use his powers unless he absolutely has to.
More willing to submit to poor treatment thrust upon than fight back, Kir is tired of being a pawn and simply wants to hide. Josh is the alpha male and a former marine that has an attack of conscience when he witnesses the torture Kir is to suffer after his capture. His overwhelming urge to protect and comfort Kir confuses him and forces him to question the source of his emotions.
Josh is a strong character yet allows himself to be manipulated repeatedly by almost every person in the book. Both characters were well established yet not entirely fully three-dimensional. Repeated visions of Kir shaking, scared, fearful and uncertain are at odds with the resourceful personality needed to evade capture for so long. There seemed to be a lack of emotional attachment between Josh and Kir even though there clearly was a connection. This might have worked in a longer novel with more attention to detail and fleshing out of both the plot and character profiles but the short nature of the story under 70 pages caused definite drawbacks to be evident.
Unfortunately the hanging ending had me slightly annoyed, but that is certainly a personal bias. I enjoy a series, but I prefer a story arc to begin and end within one book rather than dragging out the resolution to multiple books. As an introductory book, it hit all the necessary points while creating enough interest to keep readers going to the second book.
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