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Hidden Mass Market Paperback – July 1, 2008

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Book 2 of 2 in the Northern Waste Series

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Tatiana had one goal in life: find Dr. Gavin Ward. Not only had Ward tortured Tatiana as part of his scientific experiments, he also used her DNA to create a particularly nasty strain of the plague. Tatiana’s one clue to finding Ward is his assistant, Tolliver, but so far, the shadowy scientist has eluded her. While searching for Tolliver in the Northern Waste, Tatiana crosses paths with the enigmatic Tristan. A temporary partnership with Tristan seems like a good idea until Tatiana realizes that Tristan is keeping secrets from her. Kenin deftly matches a relentless, action-driven plot with a tough-as-nails heroine to create an edgy, adrenaline-boosting, sexy, and richly imaginative futuristic romance. --John Charles

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 309 pages
  • Publisher: Love Spell (July 1, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0505527618
  • ISBN-13: 978-0505527615
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,470,316 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amy C on June 29, 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Genetically created, Tatiana was raised in an underground lab with two siblings, Wizard (Driven) and Yuriko, whom Tatiana believes are dead. Learning solely from computers, her people skills never developed properly. Now on a mission, Anna is in search of the evil doctor who tormented her. Using her DNA, he created a terribly devastating virus, which leaves the infected horribly mutated and violent. In a plight to locate the doctor's lab hidden underground in the Northern Waste, Anna encounters a group of people. One amongst them is the handsome, electrifying blue eyed Tristan. Together, with each of them hiding their own secrets, Tristan leads Tatiana to an underground facility where mutated humans prowl parts of the tunneling system.

The growth of Tristan and Anna's relationship was extremely satisfying as they discovered each other's secrets and the feelings they never thought to experience. I loved Tristan. His secrets were fabulous twists to this story. And Anna, watching her grow and discover there is much more inside her than the emotionless person she thought herself to be.

I couldn't have asked for a better ending. It was heart-warming. Eye-watering--a perfect ending to a fantastic action packed story! No matter what genre of romance Eve writes, gothic historical, paranormal or futuristic, I am sucked right in. I have enjoyed each and every one of her books. Hidden was definitely a great read and I would highly recommend anyone to pick this one up!
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By Detra Fitch VINE VOICE on October 21, 2008
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Set near the end of the twenty-first century. All countries and governments crumbled over fifty years ago, replaced by harsh wastelands.

Tatiana and her siblings, Wizard and Yuriko, had been engineered before birth in an isolated laboratory buried by the Old Dominion. Tatiana spent half her life underground, in a cage. Gavin Ward, a man with unlimited resources and no conscience, often sliced bits of her away to study and experiment upon. Gavin and Tolliver, the mad man's partner, believed her to be a key, to both genocide and salvation. Together, the men used her genetic tissue to create a plague that could decimate the world.

Tatiana has escaped the underground lab. Now she is out to kill Ward, Tolliver, and anyone else who gets their thrills by creating plagues. It soon becomes apparent that one of Gavin Ward's plagues has gotten free. Those exposed are contained for the moment. The bodies of the poor victims slowly rot away, leaving mutated zombie-like creatures. The only hope of a cure rests with Tristan, a man Tatiana came across recently in the Northern Waste. No matter how attracted Tatiana is to Tristan, she keeps him at arm length. The scientist may be the world's only hope, but should he learn what an enigma she is, not to mention all her unusual abilities, Tatiana could very well find herself an imprisoned lab rat all over again.

**** This tale begins with the same taste as "Mad Max: Beyond Thunder Dome" and transforms into the same flavor as "Resident Evil". I cannot think of a better way to describe it. The story jumps around a bit, letting in parts of his and her pasts seemingly at random. Yet, somehow, the author makes the whole thing work. The ending feels rushed to me, but all-in-all I found Tatiana's story to be extremely well done. ****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Katie Babs VINE VOICE on July 1, 2008
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If you enjoyed the first book, Driven, then you should not miss this sequel about a woman living on the edge. Gritty and fierce are only a few words to explain this book and the master storytelling of Eve Kenin
Hidden takes place in the year 209 in the frigid tundra called the Northern Waste. There is a woman named Tatiana whose job is to retrieve stolen items. Tatiana was once a victim of a crazed scientist who tried to make her and her siblings the perfect weapons to help take over the world. Tatiana has an amazing genetic makeup that allows her to read people's thoughts and regenerate from any illness or scar. Tatiana was able to escape living for the moment when she will take down Gavin Ward, the scientist who experimented on her. She is looking for Tolliver, the one man who can lead her to Ward since he is his right hand man.
There is another man who watches Tatiana. Tristan is also on a mission where he must try and stop a plague that could destroy mankind. When Tatiana is exposed to the deadly virus, he takes her under his protection. Tatiana can withstand anything, even death itself and welcomes Tristan and his special secret world he has created. But when she finds out that Tristan is closer to Ward than she thinks, she may be able to get her revenge. But at what price?
Tatiana and Tristan are running out of time as Ward is close to finding them down. When Tatiana finds out what Tristan has done, they will work together to find a cure as well as releasing her inner demons with his love.
We return again to the Northern Waste where desperation and death rules the land. Tatiana is a truly unique, yet amazing heroine that will make you ache because of her suffering.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Helen Hancox on June 24, 2008
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Eve Kenin's first novel in this series, 'Driven', was a great read. Set in the future in the inhospitable, icy Northern Waste, the characters and situations were fresh and enjoyable. 'Hidden', the second in the series, follows events for Tatiana, sister of Wizard, the hero of the first novel.

Tatiana believes that her brother Wizard and sister Yuriko are dead - and that she was partly to blame. She spent her youth caged and experimented upon by Duncan Bane and his evil successor, Dr Gavin Ward. Tatiana's mission is to prevent Gavin Ward from carrying out his plan to unleash a plague using samples from Tatiana's own genetic engineering. As the story begins Tatiana is following a slim lead that she hopes might help her to find Dr Ward's underground laboratory - the name 'Tolliver'. When she asks a local gang leader about Tolliver she finds herself in the middle of trouble - whilst being observed by an unusual man. When she meets the man, Tristan, again the following week, they form an unlikely alliance.

But Tristan has a lot of secrets, including the reason why he can't let Tatiana leave their underground complex. They face attacks from people infected with a fatal plague as well as dealing with their own demons. As before, the writing is tight, interesting and the pace of the story is good. Tatiana and Tristan are very well drawn characters and it's possible to believe in their weaknesses as well as their strengths. Tatiana's super-hero genetic engineering seems to sometimes allow the author rather too much leeway in terms of escaping from tricky situations but it's a fun read overall with some amusing moments as well. Highly recommended.

Originally published for Curled Up With A Good Book © 2008 Helen Hancox
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