Adam Bruno is no ordinary millionaire. The heir to an ancient race possessing a dark, powerful magic, he can shapeshift and create energy. His gifts make him a living weapon and have forced him to live in seclusion. But now an inhuman force hunts down Adam-just when he finds someone who makes him... show more
Adam Bruno is no ordinary millionaire. The heir to an ancient race possessing a dark, powerful magic, he can shapeshift and create energy. His gifts make him a living weapon and have forced him to live in seclusion. But now an inhuman force hunts down Adam-just when he finds someone who makes him feel more human than he ever imagined possible . . . Home from combat in Iraq, Bobbie Carerra wants only peace, yet soon joins Adam in a terrifying battle against paranormal enemies who hide in plain sight. She's drawn to his strength of mind and body; he's attracted to her courage and intoxicating energy. Their scorching passion can either transport them to the heights of ecstasy or-if Adam's powers rage out of control-destroy them. But when an invisible brotherhood tightens its nets and someone Adam trusts betrays him, only a heartrending decision can save them.
Publish date: August 1st 2011
Pages no: 317
Edition language: English
Series: Sin Hunters (#3)
Now I remember why these books call to me to read them, the powerful imagery combined with the elegant action and suspense driven plot are just plain entertaining reading material. Couple that with the charismatic characters of Bobbie Carrera and Adam Bruno and you have the romantic intrigue to add ...
Adam Bruno is a millionaire and a psychic, he has strange gifts and was orphaned so he has no idea what his gifts are and what they're doing to him. Bobbie Carerra was badly injured during an incident when she was serving in Iraq, she suffers from constant pain and guilt. When the two of them mee...
Trite, uninspired, confused, and inconsistent. The Lost is a fitting title. I can't recommend this on any level.
Good start to the series. I wish there was more about the mythology behind the hunters. Looking forward to the next one.
Despite some pacing issues, The Lost was a solid paranormal read with a feisty heroine and a likeable hero.3.5 starsFull review soon at www.mangamaniaccafe.com