And when the pair discover a growing army of shifters gathering beneath the city, Seneca will have no choice but to trust the one man she shouldn't. I was completely sucked into the world in the first chapter. Riley carried the same equipment as well as explosive impact grenades. I love the world that was created for Seneca and Max. As he walked to the back of the building, she focused on the ghostly shadow around his body that only she could see. And if they did, no one believed them anyway. The problem is they pose a real threat and most of earth's population is unaware that they exist Body Master by C J Barry Paranormal Romance - August 3rd, 2010 5 stars Body Master is an astonishing beginning to an exciting and new paranormal series.
He threw his head back and laughed, the sound echoing through the building. No sign of Jack, but she heard heavy footsteps above her. At first glance, it could easily be mistaken for, how do I put this delicately. Barry has exploded my senses with this book. Riley took a shot with the tranquilizer, but Jack had shifted from human form to Shifter and the powerful sedative cartridge bounced off his head harmlessly. She was able to merge science fiction and urban fantasy with an intense romance between two characters who initially wanted no part of the other. No sirens, which was a good sign.
He matched the general description they had. Max is an alien from some other planet who has to adjust to life on earth. All the while, she listened to his screams with cold indifference. A lone male stepped out—six foot tall, two hundred pounds easy, and wearing a winter coat. A partner who is a shifter named Max Dempsey.
Even if I could see it coming. Seven novels later, she continues to bring her unique blend of high adventure and sizzling romance to her novels. At first glance, it could easily be mistaken for, how do I put this delicately. It's really vague in this story. There was no compassion in his soul, no conscience in his mind.
Her Native American heritage gives her a special gift-the ability to see the shapeshifters for what they are. Barry on creating a character I was interested in, cared for and was curious about. Barry's Un- novels I did find this one a bit more predicatable and more like an old cop movie than that series. The story is like nothing that I have ever read before. J has won numerous awards for her novels, and is a member of the Romance Writers of America C.
It is fun to see how they are both brought to their knees by the love for the other. Chunks of pavement sprayed around them. But this book actually had somewhat of a developed plot. When her partner is killed, rugged, handsome Max Dempsey replaces him, much to Seneca's annoyance and suspicion. Either way, the public was still clueless, and her undercover agency worked damned hard to keep it that way.
They finished gearing up quickly and silently. Sure enough, a car had pulled around the corner and parked in the alley beside the warehouse. The world-building and the characters are terrific. In high school, a creative writing teacher told her she should be a writer, but she decided to go to college instead. The alien species of shifters was different and wonderfully done. In high school, a creative writing teacher told her she should be a writer, but she decided to go to college instead.
He was in Primary Shifter form, deadly from his smooth, domed head to his clawed fingers to powerful, massive thighs. These star-crossed lovers have sparks aplenty and baggage galore. Her Native American heritage gives her a special gift-the ability to see the shapeshifters for what they are. And Max has to realize Seneca is not a normal human, but something entirely unique and different. There is no way she has to be civil to the creep, even if he is sexy.
There was mystery and mysticism to spice up the wonder of it all. The book starts out with Seneca and her partner Riley staking out a shifter and things go from bad to worse. The story had its own unique spin that delivers danger an intrigue. Today, she lifted the tranquilizer gun, aimed, and hit Jack the Ripper in the heart. So the title and the cover art for this book are a little deceiving. He poofed, and her second vision followed the trail he left behind.