San Diego lawyer Cassandra Dunne is trapped in a world she wants no part of, with a father whose career has controlled the entire trajectory of her life. But when she is yanked out of this ...more
"The man,” is a dark figure. He is an ex CIA agent, and he is flawed and unemotional, and in the weirdest way, I wa ...more
An ex operative with a score to settle, his past was dark, gritty, and filled with dirty business. The women he targeted and encountered were dissatisfied wi ...more
“The man,” as our protagonist is referred to throughout the book, is a former CIA agent who’s spent the last few decades experiencing the worst of what men can be and do. He is hardened, cold, calculating, and will not hesitate to end anyone who creates ...more
I became a fan of Michael Dalton from his Twin Magic series but the BDSM/sex slave objectives in the premise goes beyond what it hints, and in my opinion, is quite a turn off. So with that said, I had to put down the book at 30%.
Honestly, it was good for the 30% that I read. Michael Dalton can weave an interesting story with gripping characters. But at times though, I found the way the characters in this book behaved beyond my suspension of disbelief. The story demanded that the characters
Michael wrote his first piece of fiction in third grade, for which he was immediately accused of plagiarism by his teacher. Since then, he has been writing more or less steadily, interrupted only by occasional demands of work and family.
Michael lives with his family and multiple pets in Southern California.