The sizzling first novel in New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter’s new paranormal romance series, Otherworld Assassins—featuring a black ops agent who is captured and enslaved, and the beautiful deaf girl who holds the key to his salvation.
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Gena Showalter ignites a thrilling new paranormal series with this breathtaking tale of a warrior enslaved by desire, and the woman who frees his soul.
THE SWEETEST TEMPTATION . . .
Black ops agent Solomon Judah awakens caged and bound in a twisted zoo where otherworlders are the main attraction. Vika Lukas, the owner’s daughter, is tasked with Solo’s care and feeding. The monster inside him yearns to kill her on sight, even though she holds the key to his escape. But the human side of him realizes the beautiful deaf girl is more than she seems—she’s his.
THE ULTIMATE PRICE . . .
Vika endures the captives’ taunts and loathing, hoping to keep them alive even if she can’t free them. Only, Solo is different— he protects her. But as hostility turns to forbidden romance, his feelings for her will be used against him . . . and he’ll be put to a killer test.
Confusing world-building mars the launch of bestseller Showalter's Otherworld Assassins series, in which a bewildering variety of aliens have taken refuge on Earth. Deaf, kindhearted Vika Lukas tries to protect the otherworlders captured by her father, Jecis, who runs a nightmarish zoo. When Solomon Judah, an Allorian employed by a shadowy government agency, is kidnapped, Vika cares for him as she does the other victims of Jecis's cruel ambitions. Torn between two other-dimensional entities one that seeks to protect him, one that urges him to embrace his innate violence Solo first vows to kill Vika once he escapes, but she refuses to be intimidated by his brutish nature or Jecis's sadism, and Solo begins to fall in love with her. Readers who enjoy a Beauty and the Beast tale with a truly despicable villain may appreciate this story, but they will need to get through the florid prose and some overlong scenes of brutality.
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It was good, thrilling book as usual. However, it lacked the heat one comes to expect from a Showalter novel! Where's the sexual tension?
I loved this book is was so amazing but I wonder if there's going to be another book to continue this one
It's hard to believe that this was written by GS the main characters had no chemistry and the heroine was not likable at all she came across as a whining teenager rather then an adult. I usually love Showalter's books but this one I had to force myself to finish because I was convinced it had to get better but it never does.