2nd Edition Sequel to Infected: Freefall Infected: Book Five In a world where a werecat virus has changed society, Roan McKichan, a born infected and ex-cop, works as a private detective trying to solve crimes involving other infecteds. Between his mutating virus and his rocky relationship... show more
Sequel to Infected: Freefall
Infected: Book Five
In a world where a werecat virus has changed society, Roan McKichan, a born infected and ex-cop, works as a private detective trying to solve crimes involving other infecteds.
Between his mutating virus and his rocky relationship with his artist boyfriend, Dylan, Roan has enough problems to solve without taking on other people’s, but that’s the nature of his work. Someone has to look into the case of the murdered trans woman, and if the perp is the dirty cop Roan suspects it is, the police are not the right people for the job.
But now Roan has a new obstacle to overcome: someone caught part of his transformation on video, and the media frenzy is making it hard to do his job. One case nets him a hockey team full of new friends. Another leads to an attempt on his life. And Roan’s hustler sidekick drags him on a quest for revenge. With his world and his body both in turmoil, Roan is finding it harder and harder to see the line between justice and vigilantism.
1st Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, May 2012
Publish date: 2014-10-28
Publisher: DSP Publications
Pages no: 370
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, M M Romance
I'll be honest. Since this was the last book in the Dreamspinner bundle, I was ready to quit the series here. Up to this point, the stories were good, with some brilliance hiding in amongst the mediocre, and the characters were compelling but at the same time not exactly giving me much to come back ...
“There’s bigots in every race, creed, and orientation. Idiocy is universal.” This book just made me hate humanity in general to be honest. I've come to the opinion that Roan should just eat everyone. They deserve it. Humans suck. One of the things that's terribly disconcerting about this series is t...
It just keeps getting better Great instalment. In the first half of the book the relationship problems that niggled me in the last book were still there, but by the conclusion they had been dealt with. I am now happier with the relationship as Dylan is finally standing up for himself and Roan is com...