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Finding Trust (Centre Games Series Book 1) by [Gayle, Natalie]
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About the Author

I recently discovered those school vocational assessments are really interesting and probably correct! Who would have thought, hey? You see, I clearly remember taking one of those in Year 11 (for my US friends, I think that equates to junior year in high school). Anyway, semantics. Well, the results came back indicating that I should pursue a career in writing and something else. What that something else was I can’t remember but the writing thing stuck in my mind. Sure, I’d always liked English and had already developed a ravenous appetite for romance novels by the age of sixteen—but who becomes a writer straight out of school? So to cut a long story short, I went to Uni and studied Business and ended up managing large-scale IT projects shortly after. I can’t complain: it’s been a great career. I’ve done some awesome projects and met some incredible people and I won’t be giving it up anytime soon. Anyway, I’ve messed around with a couple of “secret” novels over the years and I finally decided to get serious and finish one. Hence “Finding Trust” came about. And about twenty years later, I’ve finally proved a vocational assessment correct, because I love writing! As to some other stuff about me: I live on the Gold Coast, Australia. I love spending time with my family and friends. When I’m not sitting behind a screen playing with IT or writing, you might find me down the beach playing in the waves on a Jet Ski or a bogey board (both are uber cool). When the weather turns a bit cooler (doesn’t really happen on the Gold Coast), we like to head for the snow. I’ve discovered I have two kids who are kamikaze skiers—they must take after their father. He’s always at me to “release the handbrake.” Apparently I’d ski so much better. I call it a healthy understanding of self-preservation and gravity! I like to think I can fit in a few workouts and martial arts classes each week. This tends to be a figment of my imagination more than reality, unfortunately. I am trying to remedy this, but those damn characters just keep demanding to have their stories told and, well, there’s always another good book to read! I hope you enjoy mine. Please drop me a line. I’m active on Facebook, Twitter, and via email Natalie@nataliegayle.com.au. I’d love to know what you think of my books and well, let’s be truthful—I love talking about books, whether they’re mine or someone else’s. Fiction is just so much more fun than reality!!! Happy Reading Natalie Gayle

Product Details

  • File Size: 3446 KB
  • Print Length: 377 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: EBS (February 27, 2013)
  • Publication Date: February 27, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BMHKBDG
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I received a complimentary copy of this book as a part of a book tour in exchange for a fair and honest review. I rated it 3 out of 5 Stars.

Finding Trust by Natalie Gayle is a somewhat difficult book for me to describe; it's part contemporary romance, part romantic suspense, and part science fiction ...or paranormal romance, like I said it's hard to classify. With a unique and interesting premise, Ms. Gayle sets her story in contemporary Australia, particularly the Gold Coast, her own home, to be precise. Finding Trust, the first book in her Centre Games series, is definitely a page turner.

Fifteen years ago, twelve young adults discovered they shared unique talents and enhanced senses. They also discovered they were part of a scientific experiment; "created" and born via in-vitro fertilization. Now adults, they are drafted into working for the "Centre", the group behind their "genetic situation". Secretly working together, their goal is to keep Australia, and the rest of the world, safe from danger.

When the "centre" discovers terrorist plans to use the "Hendra" virus against humans, Braydon James, a member of the team, is assigned to keep watch over Dr. Rhianna Mason, a veterinarian conducting research on the virus. A part time member of the band "Steel", Braydon plans to introduce himself to her at a New Year's Eve concert she'll be attending with friends. No one knew just how much this one assignment would end up changing both Braydon's future and the future of the team.

Smart, successful and used to being in control, Rhianna Mason plans on having fun with friends on New Year's Eve. Fun that could include spending some time with the sexy guitarist playing with "Steel", her best friend's favorite rock band.
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So when I read the overview of this book I was thinking western romance, but yowza this one is so much more than that. There is mystery, intrigue, romance, hot steamy love scenes, a bit of the paranormal for those who prefer the fantasy, and true love (insert happy sigh here).

I love that she gets a nickname because ... nope not telling. You'll have to read why her nickname is Minky for yourself. Anyway the good doctor is in danger, but it may not just be from the people who want to kipnap or kill her. The real danger might be to her heart and she's not sure it's worth the risk.

Love, love, love the story. Can't wait to read more from the series. This is definitely a keeper. I give this story 4.5 out of 5 clouds.

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So far this has been a fine read. I would recommend this for either right- before- bed, or on the beach, a quiet afternoon, etc. There are quite a few dynamic features to the story line. A few twists and tunes, and the characters are pretty well developed. There are a few parts that could be edited slightly better, but I do know most authors on here prefer for their readers to help them out in this aspect.
It was not hard reading by any means, but it was also not an elementary level book. Be prepared for some love scenes. But honestly, sometimes they do add to the storyline, right?
I hope to either purchase more in this series (if there is one) or get the author motivated to write more! Not that this was left with just a cliffhanger or anything, I have just loved how the storyline was developed, and would love to know where this could head into the future. Knowing how the characters have developed, interacted, and have grown leaves me with a lot of hope for more. I always love series/ books where there is a spin- off into a similar setting, but with acquaintances that the characters had, or will have.
Overall, this is a great value and I would highly recommend it. It is a great value for the price, and it simply cannot be beat! I will be purchasing more from this author in the future, and look forward to new releases.

I received this product at a discount for my honest and unbiased review. This review is composed of my own thoughts and views of the product. I am in no way affiliated with the company, and am not being compensated for my honest product review.
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>Book Review – Finding Trust –

>I am an independent reviewer. This book is the first book in the Centre Games series and ends with an HEA.

>Being that this book introduces all the characters that future books will be written about, there are a lot of characters, but only a few get a lot of page time. There are 12 animal human hybrids that were created for the sole purpose of saving the world, one bad guy at a time. For a while, these hybrids were content with their lot in life. When Rihanna is the next target to protect for hybrid, Brayden, his animal instincts scream that she is his mate. At no time did the hybrid creators ever think the hybrids would want marriage and families. Not only does Brayden have to convince the powers that be that he can still do his job, but he deserves happiness, he also has to convince the other hybrids and Rihanna herself. Finding out you are in love with a hybrid human/animal is not that easy to wrap your head around.

>Brayden is so alpha and loving. Rihanna has her moments, but seriously, she cannot make up her mind even when another person is involved. She seems to only listen to what her best friend, Jazz, tells her. Rihanna’s dependent relationship with Jazz, tended to make Rihanna seem child-like.

>I enjoyed seeing the interplay between Rory, Brayden and Quade. Their unique abilities and the setting in Australia tended to make the story extra interesting. A lot of the phrasing and spelling of words are different from United States English and fun to read. I enjoyed the suspense and pacing of this book. The bad guys were unexpected and all over. I can’t wait to read about more of these characters.

>This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving the book 4 stars.
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