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Ivory Ames has caught the attention of four gorgeous guys. At Los Roshano University this isn't normal, even when all the upperclassmen have perfect physiques, flawless complexions, and hypnotic looks. That's not even the weirdest part. The town has a strict sunset curfew because of wild animals attacking. To keep her friends and herself safe, Ivory must figure out the tru ...more
Published (first published September 30th 2016)
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Oct 25, 2016 rated it really liked it
Superior Species started a little low for me, I was confused on what was happening the first few chapters in Los Roshano. The story line at that time seemed forced but it was interesting enough for me to continue reading. Once the story and characters really started to develop, everything picked up for me. The book has mystery and suspense in it to keep you guessing and on your toes. Ivory is unique and a strong lead female that just wants to save herself and her friends. Overall, a good suspens ...more
Cynthia Austin
Feb 03, 2018 rated it really liked it
Ivory Ames just arrived in her new home. With a full ride scholarship she was elated to leave her foster home and begin her new life in Los Roshano, but the town has a curfew and the residents are on edge over wild animal attacks.

Everything in this town is weird. The early curfew, piranha's in the lake, and the large portion of incoming college freshmen that end up dead...

But the Ivory meets the handsomely exotic Marcer Regal and things change. But then she meets another handsome guy, then anot
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Lisa Foster
For YA readers

Seriously in need of a good editing. The synopsis sounded good but the book really didn't really live up to it. YA is not my type of genre so that influenced my opinion. If that type of reading appeals to you and you can get past the editing issues and a few story inconsistencies, you will probably like the book, but I found myself speed reading toward the end just to finish. I won't be reading more of this series.
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