Faced with magic, it helps to be Resilient…
Gwen Laurent was looking to get away from it all, and eco-tourism in a rainforest seemed like a good idea — up until a horde of goblins straight from fairytales came crashing through the forest and right into her idyllic vacation. She has no choice but to defend herself from the creatures - and finds herself fighting right next to a stunningly handsome soldier.
But the tiny sidearm she’s forced to fight with is no match for the energy weapons used by the goblins, and even with the soldier’s help, she suffers a mortal wound before her newfound ally can whisk her to safety.
Ex-military medic Kell Somersall loves his private security job with the Rycroft Group. Not only does working for a billionaire come with some sweet benefits, but he’s also been gifted with magical superpowers. Sure, his ability is only enhanced hearing and nothing flashy, but life’s never been so interesting since he took the elixir.
So when his job takes him deep into a remote jungle, he excited to fight alongside his former military team. But the last thing he expects is an American tourist caught in the middle of the fighting. Especially not such an adorable one who fights with passion and bravery.
When Gwen discovers the secret magical elixir that can heal her injuries, she decides to take matters into her own hands. Unfortunately she forgot to read to the fine print....
When snowballs and icicles start shooting out of her fingertips, Kell will need to help Gwen learn to control her new powers — which is near impossible when they can’t keep their hands off each other. Toss in the Rycroft Group’s mission to eliminate the goblins, and Kell and Gwen have a lot going on — in and out of bed.
A New Ability
3.5 stars. Resilient is the second book in the Rycroft Group series. While this is part of a series, it can be read as a standalone though it is open-ended for the next book. There is violence and sex so 18+.
The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat that info here. The author managed to describe the main characters and the setting well. The storyline is average but overall it has some twists and turns that make it a good read. I enjoyed this book and I'm looking forward to reading more in this series.
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