Michael has moved on; can his Justice Enforcer make a difference?
Does the Sun come up in the morning?
The New York City-State wakes up and their world has been shaken to its core. The Enforcers have been scattered, but they aren't finished. This vampire is but a bump in their road to keeping the city-state in the hands of the CEOs.
The Weres are involved. Some leave, some stay, and new alliances are made and an old one broken.
However, in the end, it always comes back to heart and determination.
Something that you often have to find for yourself, when life beats you down and Valerie is made of the right material to see it through.
As noted in other series set in the Kurtherian Universe, there is cursing in this book, occasionally, it's funny, too.
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Book 2 in the series is fast paced and action packed and picks up where book 1 lets off. Now that the takeover was prevented, Valerie and gang find themselves protecting people from additional outside forces and inside foes. Akio and Yuko make an appearance in their hunt for Michael. The characters are interesting and believable. The storyline is entertaining and likable. The narrator did a great job!
Justice and Honor
Wow, this series gets better and better. At first I felt I wouldn't like this book because I'm more into other genres. But turns out, I loved it. It's packed full of action. And omg there were so many funny parts. Diego is my favorite character. I really liked Felix also. A were-horse?! Now I've heard everything. The guys should've saved that one for a PNR or erotica lol. I would buy it. We see more of this crazy messed up world Sandra and Valerie are trying to survive in. It's always interesting to see who they will meet next.
This narrator is wonderful! She can do so many different voices for man or woman and you would swear it was them