Push and Pull is a very interesting story. Seven years ago, Addison Fitzpatrick is a drug addict. After not paying a particular drug dealer, Addison fPush and Pull is a very interesting story. Seven years ago, Addison Fitzpatrick is a drug addict. After not paying a particular drug dealer, Addison found herself in a bind. When Cannon Blackwood, a master vampire made her an offer that he will paid off her debt to the drug dealer, Addison will owes him three favors at a later date. For self-preservation, Addison took the deal.
Now in the present, Addison has gotten her life together. She is a martial art instructor and she is cleaned. The only thing she hasn't figure out is her dating life. While she was on a date that she wanted to end without hurting her date's feeling, she is summoned by Cannon Blackwood to fulfill one of the three favors.
Cannon wanted Addison to work with his brother, Lachlan who is a professional thief to steal and destroy a new drug that will put the balance of vampire and pusher in jeopardy. Addison is attracted to both brothers. One brother that she wants and the other, she wants to push away.
I don't usually like to read story with a drug addict. Addison is a character that I like and hate. She isn't a character that I can really love. I can see why Addison turned to drugs and then later put her life together. Just when I thought Addison was an interesting character, she was unreasonable and ended up being caught in the heist. She still have baggages. I would like to see her character grows as the series continues.
The narrator, Rebecca Mason-Wygal did a wonderful job as the voice for Addison's narration of her life. I like her voices for the character Cannon and Lachlan. The character gave Lachlan a wonderful Scottish accent.
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Cold Secrets is my new favorite. The author, Toni Anderson has really outdone this story. From the sex trade to the Chinese tong connection, FBI SpeciCold Secrets is my new favorite. The author, Toni Anderson has really outdone this story. From the sex trade to the Chinese tong connection, FBI Special Agent Ashley Chen, a computer expert has joined the FBI to fight the world evils and at the same time tried to stay one step ahead of keeping her past at bay and from her colleagues from finding her secret past.
FBI Special Agent Lucas Randall went undercover tracing an international sex traffickers to find a kidnapped eight-year old girl. Although he was able to rescue the eight-year old girl, he also saved another victim, a teenager from a sex trade. The teenager was his key to tracking down the sex traffickers and he has to keep her alive.
Lucas was warned by Alex Parker not to trust Ashley Chen since Alex has checked Ashley's background and nothing has added up. Ashley also know that Lucas is also hiding something. The question is that if they could trust each other with their secrets and to bring the sex trafficking ring down.
I love that the author, Toni Anderson has written the Cold Justice series with interracial romance element laced with suspense and intrigue. Although reading about the sex trafficking is difficult and at time I do feel anger that it does exist, the author has really researched and written this topic very well. I feel what the characters feel. I even cheered Lucas and Alex to trust Ashley and to save her.
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The Full Moon is the first book in the Under the Moon series. Samantha and Kathy are sisters, withes, and always have been a teamed to fight bad magicThe Full Moon is the first book in the Under the Moon series. Samantha and Kathy are sisters, withes, and always have been a teamed to fight bad magical people. Samantha is always angry since her husband has walked out of her and her two sons' life. Her angry spills into Kathy's life.
Kathy has never had a real job. She went on an interview and her interviewer made a sexual proposition in exchange to hire her. After walking out on her interview, she bumped into Will, who lend her his ears of how awful her interview went.
Will, who is an attorney, seemed like a decent guy. After he saved Kathy from an attack, he told her he is a Dark Knight, who used to work for one of Samantha and Kathy's enemies. From there, Samantha ordered Kathy to stopped seeing Will because of what he is.
This drove a wedge between sisters. One is ordering instead of listening and the other is feeling alone and turned to Will who is willing to support her decisions no matter what. This definitely the best reason to turn to the dark side.
I do feel sorry for Will when he said that he was born evil. I don't think Will is totally evil. He just wanted power to fill a vacuum of being king of the underworld. The story is one-sided where good could turn evil and still can find salvation, whereas, evil cannot ever turn good.
Great story for twelve to fifteen years old where it is a good divides of good vs. evil with no gray areas.
The narrator, Nathan Weiland has a great voice for Will. The narrator provided Samantha a voice that show how angry and bitter that she is and Kathy a voice where she wants to remain neutral instead of choosing between family and love.
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