'This dark, post-apocalyptic tale is a testament to the power of hope and love against all odds' Romantic Times
It's a dangerous race for survival in the aftermath of a deadly bacteria spreading across the globe.
One man protects the weak and leads the strong and every hope rests on him...
With nothing but rumors to lead her, Lynne Harmony has trekked across a nightmare landscape to find one man - a mysterious, damaged legend who protects the weak and leads the strong. He's more than muscle and firepower - and in post-plague L.A., he's her only hope. As the one woman who could cure the disease, Lynne is the single most volatile - and vulnerable - creature in this new and ruthless world. But face to face with Jax Mercury, danger has never looked quite so delicious...
'Thrilling post-apocalyptic romance at its dark, sizzling best!' Lara Adrian
For more thrilling passion played out against the dangerous race for survival, look for all the titles in The Scorpius Syndrome series:
In this heavy-handed introduction to a sexy, postapocalyptic romance series from Zanetti (the Realm Enforcer series), a disease called Scorpius has ravaged the U.S., killing many and leaving others insane. Lynne Harmony, former head of the CDC's Infectious Disease section, thinks she can find a cure for Scorpius, but someone is hunting her. She shows up at Jax Mercury's Los Angeles area compound and asks him to kill the stalker. What neither Jax nor Lynne counts on is an instant, raging attraction that can't be ignored. The story of a violent alpha male falling for an independent woman (and occasionally abusing her to demonstrate his dominance) in a dire situation is a romance genre classic, but it's tossed willy-nilly into the postapocalyptic setting, and both the romance and the SF come out muddled.
Mercury Striking was a good read
It started slow then got a lot better so now I’m invested in the characters and want to read the next one.
Very intriguing, kept you guessing what was coming next. Had to keep reading to get to the end, certainly kept you on your toes.