The Last Twilight: A Dirk & Steele Novel
Duty called Dr. Rikki Kinn to the Congo. One of the world's top virus hunters working for the CDC, she is on a mission to investigate a deadly new plague. But there are those determined to stop her—at any price. Shape-shifter Amiri was born in this land of untamed splendor. Here he woke with... show more
Duty called Dr. Rikki Kinn to the Congo. One of the world's top virus hunters working for the CDC, she is on a mission to investigate a deadly new plague. But there are those determined to stop her—at any price. Shape-shifter Amiri was born in this land of untamed splendor. Here he woke with the sun and raced as the cheetah . . . until he was kidnapped and subjected to terrible experiments by the evil Consortium. Now his colleagues and brothers in Dirk & Steele want him to return to Africa to face his nightmares. For a good woman has been targeted for death—a beautiful healer who holds the fate of millions in her hands, whose destiny is intertwined with his—and whose need leaves Amiri vulnerable, threatening his heart, his passion . . . and his soul.
Publish date: May 31st 2011
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Dirk & Steele (#7)
The Last Twilight was an action packed thriller that had me sitting at the edge of my seat several times.Rikki is a virus hunter doing work in the Congo, who unknowingly becomes the target of two different men needing her expertise. Both want her alive and are willing to go to extreme measures to en...
This shit got dark, y'all.I felt like there was too much going on with this one. Every time you reached a point where things started to calm down, Liu ratcheted things right back up again. It was actually tiring to read this.And I'm reading them out of order, so that's kinda stupid on my part.
I am not really a romance reader, but given the storyline, I was willing to give it a try. I am more than happy that I did. A Virus Hunter for the CDC, posted in Africa sounded right up my alley.The story was slightly confusing to me, as it appears that this is one of those series that is very much ...
Another quick enjoyable read in the world of Dirk & Steele. I wouldn't recommend starting with this book or you'll be lost. You need to start from book 1 to get the cast of characters, the world, the different companies, etc.
Not the best of the series. First off, if I never read another romance featuring some semblance of bioengineered ebola, it'll be too soon. This is like the second one I've read in recent months and I could do without the whole "I think I'm infected" bit. Second off, as squicky as I found the sex ...