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Hidden (Northern Waste #2)

3.85  ·  Rating Details ·  381 Ratings  ·  45 Reviews

Tatiana has honed her genetic gifts to perfection. She can withstand the subzero temperatures of the Northern Waste, read somebody’s mind with the briefest touch, and slice through bone with her bare hands. Which makes her one badass chick, all right. Nothing gets to her. Until she meets Tristan. Villain or ally, she can’t be sure. But one thing she does know: he has gifts

Mass Market Paperback, 309 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Love Spell (first published June 10th 2008)
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Beanbag Love
Sep 26, 2013 Beanbag Love rated it it was amazing
I swing between 4 and 5 for this book but figure, what the hell, I'll give it a five in gratitude for the intense and enjoyable reading experience even though I have some issues.

"Hidden" is the sequel to "Driven". Unfortunately, it's the only sequel and that ain't right. There's at least one more story to be told and I want it!

In "Driven" we were introduced to Wizard. A man who has learned basic human interactions, but not by upbringing. He's a genetically engineered wonder ... in oh so many way
Sep 03, 2010 Felicia rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: sci-fi, vaginal-sf
Ok, so this is the second book I've read by this author, and, as usual, the second took a HUGE leap forward in everything. I really really enjoyed this book! It's VERY much like Nalini Singh's Psy series, except set in Mad Max future-world.

Yes, it has strong romance elements (where ppl are instantly attracted to each other and horny for each other until they get it on despite the life-threatening danger they face) but whatever, this had a really interesting plot and I really enjoyed the two cha
♫♥✿LovLivLife Reviews✿♥♫ (Chasity)
My official review of books one and two, combined:

These books are from my personal shelf and boy am I pleased with my selections!

Eve Kenin a.k.a. Eve Silver is a highly talented writer. I've read her paranormal series and now this sci-fi series and I am all around impressed. The only downer, there is no other book in the series and there really needs to be one because I want it =). With that said, each book is it's own story and each ends cleanly with no loose ends. Of course, there's room for m
Paranormal Romance
Growing up in a lab in a small cell has left the heroine with no clue on how to deal with human interactions. Though she's miles more advanced in social situations than her brother she still has moments of awkwardness. And she does possess a bleeding heart so when she intervenes a vigilante murder, she's pissed to realize that somehow his blood and her blood have mixed and that creates some worry as those around her can't help but look at her with horror and sympathy. The hero, the leader of the ...more
Carolyn F.
Dec 27, 2010 Carolyn F. rated it really liked it
This is book #2 with the first one being Driven. I don't know why it doesn't list this as a series but it is. And it's a really good series. There are 3 genetically altered children that survive with the help of a computer. They are "rescued" but really they're given over for torture. The first book is mostly about Wizard with a little about Yuriko.

The second book is about Tatiana, who is supposedly the weak sister. Well she was then, but isn't anymore. With the death of Bane she's surviving by
3.5-4 stars

This wasn't as good as 'Driven' IMO. This story introduces us to the youngest sister of Wizard, Tatiana. The weakest genetically-engineered sibling, she was prisoner of Duncan Bane, the villain in the previous book, and tortured by Dr. Gavin Ward, a Dr. Mengele of sorts, who "used" her for medical experiments. Now free, her abilities have been growing as she seeks vengeance against Dr. Ward and his assistant, Tolliver. In her quest, she meets Tristan, an enigmatic and potentially dan
May 12, 2008 Kim rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: fans of science fiction and romance
Another terrific science fiction romance from Kenin, the sequel to Driven would probably also stand well on its own (but I swear you'll want to read the first one, too!). Tatiana was genetically altered at birth, one of three gifted siblings who are stronger, faster, and far more resilient than the rest of humanity. She lives on her own in the Northern Wastes, where most women are wives or whores, but Tatiana is equally able to withstand its freezing temperatures and its violent lawlessness. How ...more
Nov 15, 2010 gert rated it really liked it
awesome 2nd book (when's the third? there HAS to be a third!?!).

its easily a stand alone, but the first book does provide a little more detail in terms of the overall story line. and the first book is equally as good, so definitely recommend grabbing 'driven' first.

again, a bad-ass heroine, super flawed but with an innate sense of right that prevents her from being a total bitch (but that's only because we can hear her thoughts. almost everyone else in the book considers her a total bitch). yes
Hidden is a sequel to Driven, this time following Wizard's sister, Tatiana. For me, this book has all the same problems that its predecessor has, except Tatiana's plot actually follows all the way through and doesn't get abandoned like Raina's did. (Raina wanted to get to Gladow Station and never did; Tatiana wanted revenge on Ward and kept going until she got it.)

Tatiana is better than Raina, but still not that interesting. Tristan is all right as far as romantic heroes go and more attractive t
Nov 12, 2014 Katie(babs) rated it really liked it
If you enjoyed the first book, Driven, then you should not miss this sequel about a woman living on the edge. Gritty and fierce are only a few words to explain this book and the master storytelling of Eve Kenin
Hidden takes place in the year 209 in the frigid tundra called the Northern Waste. There is a woman named Tatiana whose job is to retrieve stolen items. Tatiana was once a victim of a crazed scientist who tried to make her and her siblings the perfect weapons to help take over the world. T
Jan 31, 2010 Cindi rated it liked it
Reading this book was like watching a "Mad Max" movie! The story was set far into our future and takes place in a dismal, freezing place called the Waste. Settlers in this territory wear ragged clothing and drive big rigs that sound like their version of our 18-wheelers, if they are an ice pirate, or ride snow scooters or modified catepillar-wheeled trucks. The Waste is a lawless country and only the brave survive.

The action sequences are also Mad Max-like. Our heroine is a genetically-engineere
Oct 19, 2011 Linda rated it it was amazing
Year: 2088
After Suffering For Years At The Hands Of Dr. Gavin Ward, Who Sliced Pieces Off Of Her In The Name Of Science, Tatantia Escaped From His Prison Far, Far Underground. She And Her Siblings Had Been Forced To Endure The Torture That Ward Put Them Through Day After Day As He Sought To Create Perfect People With Genetically Enhanced Abilities But Ward Only Succeeded In Perfecting A Virus So Deadly That The Entire Planet Was Doomed.

Tristan Tolliver Had Been Duped By His Government When He Vo
Melanie S.
Mar 23, 2012 Melanie S. rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2012-read
Dark Future. Herz aus Feuer stellt bereits den Abschluss der nur zwei Bände umfassenden Reihe dar und obwohl ich mich ansonsten bei Reihen freue, wenn sie endlich ihren passenden Abschluss finden, wäre ich gerne länger in dieser Welt geblieben. Das Setting ist toll, ich mag die Kälte, den Schnee und das ewige Eis und fühle mich dort sehr wohl. Sibirien stellt einen interessanten Handlungsort dar, den man nicht so oft findet. Zudem spielt das Buch in der Zukunft, die Welt wie wir sie kennen gibt ...more
Dec 25, 2012 Auriette rated it it was amazing
Two people with dark pasts and dangerous futures team up to stop a deadly plague and the man who created it.

It's not often that I close a book and wish that it had more chapters, but that's exactly what happened with Hidden, by Eve Kenin. The characters and situations are so compelling that I want to know what happens next.

Set in the not-too-distant-future, in a frozen wasteland where no one can be trusted, Hidden centers on Tatiana, a human with genetic enhancements that make her a superwarrior
Jan 06, 2011 Christine rated it really liked it
[originally posted on the happily ever after... in 2008]

Eve's first action romance novel, Driven, takes place in the frozen Tundra of the Northern Hemisphere, called the Northern Waste during a post apocalyptic future. In Driven, we met trucker Raina Bowen and a mercenary named Wizard who worked together to take down their common enemy, the powerful and despicable businessman Duncan Bane. Having been born and raised in a lab by computers, Wizard and his sister Yuriko barely escaped the evil clut
Caroline Linden
Jun 07, 2013 Caroline Linden rated it it was amazing
Sometimes you come across a book that's just impossible to accurately describe. Like Eve Kenin's HIDDEN: "It's a book set in a post-apocalyptic future, in Siberia…about a woman who was raised in a lab…and there's a deadly plague that turns people into cannibalistic zombies…and ice pirates…and oh yeah, a rogue scientist who studies philosophy while he tries to save the world." Screams romance, no? Think again, because this is not only a fabulous read, it's taut, sexy adventure at its finest.
Martina the Book Fairy
Nov 28, 2008 Martina the Book Fairy rated it really liked it
Hidden by Even Kenin is a stand-alone action romance. I stumbled across it after reading Countdown by Michelle Maddox. I enjoyed Countdown and saw that it was listed as a "SHOMI" book. An Amazon search for other SHOMI books yielded this one (along with many others you'll eventually see posted here).

Hidden is more than just an action romance. It's futuristic, post-apocalyptic, action romance. It takes place in the year 2093, sixty years after plague has changed the shape of society, in a place kn
Lynda Warnock
Sep 07, 2008 Lynda Warnock rated it really liked it
Eve Kenin also writes under the name of Eve Silver and she is an author whose books I watch for. She has a very smooth style of writing, her plots are well thought out, her characters realistic, even if they are in out of this world places, and her love scenes – well let’s just say what starts as a slow burn becomes a conflagration before the story is complete. Hidden is no exception and the futuristic world Ms. Kenin describes is just about as foreign as can be, yet you are immersed in her real ...more
Apr 29, 2008 Tez rated it really liked it
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Apr 07, 2008 Wendy rated it really liked it
Tatiana is the perfect soldier. She can see in the dark, withstand subzero temperatures and even read people's mind. Nothing or anyone gets to her. Until she meets a stranger named Tristan, that is. She doesn't trust him but also can't help the attraction between them. But before anything can happen, she has to deal with her past. She's being hunted, but what her enemy doesn't know? Is that she's hunting him right back.

Tristan is a man ridden with guilt. He's been trying for years to make up fo
Gabriel Francis
Sep 16, 2013 Gabriel Francis rated it really liked it
Ah what an amazing book this is. In the suspenseful, action, paranormal, and addicting book Hidden, by Eve Kenin, our author digs into every detail there is. For most of her life Tatiana, known as TTNO81, was imprisoned and tortured by scientist Gavin Ward and a man named Tristen. They used her DNA used to create a plague that could wipe out the entire population in the Northern Waste. After she escapes with the slightest bit of normal life she has left, she then becomes nobody's victim anymore. ...more
Janice (Janicu)
Aug 23, 2008 Janice (Janicu) rated it liked it
Tthis book continues in the same world as Driven (post apocalyptic, perpetual winter, governed by corrupt people and populated by the dregs of society) but focussing on new characters. You can probably read Hidden without reading Driven, it is pretty easy to grasp what's going on. In Hidden, it is never explained how, but somehow after the events that happened in Driven, Tatiana (sister of Wizard) has escaped her prison and is outside in the frozen Northern Waste. She is a lot stronger than she ...more
HIDDEN was a pleasant followup to DRIVEN by Eve Kenin aka Eve Silver. Set in a futuristic society where frozen barren tundra is home, this is the story of Wizard's sister, Tatiana, and Tristan. Though it can be read alone it would help to read DRIVEN first so you could understand why The Northern Waste exists and why things happen.

Like Wizard, Tatiana is 'special'. Someone you don't want as your enemy. Like her brother, she has some gifts that make her unique. And someone to be feared if you get
A worthy sequel to Driven. This is Tatiana's story and it is as driven" as the first. Tatiana's backstory is deep and dark and Tristan is a worthy man for her with his own dark history. But what is "hidden" may turn up right before your eyes, so don't blink!

In her quest to find the truth, Tatiana makes her way into the north as her brother, Wizard, did before her. There, she encounters the same nasties that he did, but where Wizard is all business, Tatiana craves the human contact. When she mee
Jan 01, 2013 TKay rated it really liked it
I love science fiction and romance, but most authors of futuristic romance fall short when they try to blend the two. Eve Kenin AKA Eve Silver manages to succeed where so many others fail. Instead of the same tired rehash of popular television and movies most futuristic romance writers churn out, Ms. Kenin has created an original setting: an icy future world ruled by an evil tyrant where two lovers must overcome their pasts in order to face an uncertain future together. This is the kind of story ...more
Jan 21, 2012 Sandra rated it really liked it
This is a fun and engaging series. It felt a little heavier on the romance this time around that Driven, but maybe because these books tend to focus more on the female perspective and Tatiana was an empath and getting used to new emotions. Anyway, still tons of good sci-fi elements, can't wait for Yuriko's story! (It better be coming!) (view spoiler) ...more
Dec 22, 2013 Elizabeth rated it really liked it
If the previous book in this series, "Driven", hadn't been so good, I might have been scared away from this one by the torture scene at the beginning of the book.

Just as well I didn't. It was a fast, exciting, tightly-written hot romance in the frozen wastes and I loved it all. It's the story of TTN081, known as Tatiana, an enhanced supersoldier who is seeking Christian Bane's sadistic scientist Tolliver, who used her cells to start a plague. She is aided in this by a chance-met ally, a beautifu
Jul 05, 2015 Free_dreamer rated it liked it
Shelves: dystopia
3.5 stars

A little too much talk about science and stuff I just didn't get. Otherwise this was a fun, different book and very enjoyable.
Sep 18, 2013 Lyndi rated it really liked it
I really like this author so far. Lots of action, a slow development of romance, and bloody fight scenes!

My only complaint was Tatiana kinda waffled back and forth between believing Wizard was alive and knowing he was dead. Not that she wasn't sure, but if she was somber and self-pitying, she'd say he was dead. If she was thinking about how badly she wanted justice and why, she'd say he was alive. That was a little annoying.

Such a great story, you gotta read both in this series. No idea why they
Apr 07, 2008 Phyllis rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fantasy-romance
In frozen wasteland of the future, human life is brutal and short. Tatiana is on a mission to find the man who could destroy even this limited life. Genetically enhanced, she had spent most of her life imprisoned and tortured. She is risking her new found freedom to save humanity from a madman. She meets a fellow loner, Tristam. Together, they try to save the world from a plague.

I really enjoyed this novel. I loved the Mad Max movies and this series reminds me of Mad Max. It is a second book in
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