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Born to Darkness by Suzanne Brockmann
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Let me start by saying I have read everything that Suzanne Brockmann has written to date and have love everything. That being said this book is no exception.
In the not too distance future , a new highly addictive drug name Destiny is making its rounds. It promises to reverse aging and to bring strength and vitality to users. It is extremely expensive. On Destiny it is very likely that you become violent and can loose your mind,even your life.
Shane Laughlin is a current blacklisted Navy Seal without a job and no chance of finding one anytime soon. He applies for testing on neural integration at the OI (The Obermeyer Institute helps train the people with potential and harnesses their powers for good) While waiting to hear if he gets accepted he meets Mac at a bar. Mac "Dr Michelle Mackenzie" is rough,strong-willed, high-strung with the special ability to seduce men. Shane seems to enhance Mac's powers and in spite her resistance, he is also determined to become a significant part of her life.
Next we meet Stephen Diaz, Mac's partner who is also a agent with the OI. He is able to do telepathic connection with people. Now meet Dr Elliot Zerkowski, research analyst, who Diaz has been in love with for years. This surprises Elliot.
Next we meet Anna who is looking for her little sister Nika who has been kidnapped because she is a potential for OI. Enter Dr Joseph Bach who vows to Anna to help her find and rescue Nika.
This is a very different story line from what is usually written by Brockmann, very enjoyable. I will definitely re-read this in the future.

Reviewed for Cocktails and Books by Becky.
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