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I read pretty much all genre and sub-genre books. I must admit, though, that I don't read or enjoy many in the Romance genre, which is just too formula driven for my taste. And...for a Romance book, this one is improbable - from beginning to end both Lisa and Adam are filled with self-doubt and recriminations, carrying their own personal baggage that was never fully justified in either case. These characters did not grow or change as a result of their ordeal. Oh, sure, boy and girl rode off into the sunset at the end, but this genre wouldn't have it any other way, would it? They were essentially the same people they were when the book started.
Maybe it is just me - the story had a good premise - it just didn't get the treatment it deserved. Perhaps folks who read only Romance novels would enjoy this. I could not recommend it.
NOTE: There are quite a few errors (typos?) in this book - not sure if there was a proofreading or conversion problem.
Lisa Stark is a government contractor, working on a top secret project with potential for both great good and great evil. When she and Adam are assigned to work together, Adam cannot ignore Lisa's attraction to him (when you can read minds you know when someone is undressing you in their head). But before he can concentrate on her, and figure out if his feelings are truly his own and not `telepathic rebound,' he must find the EBEN to get the creature out of his head and save his sanity-even if it means risking his career, and Lisa's trust in him.
I am not that in to sci-fi or paranormal; I like either to be the side dish, not the main course. But I love a good mystery or thriller, and this book is definitely the latter. The paranormal/sci-fi elements are quite believable and enhance rather than dominate the story. The pace is fast, but not so fast that you don't get to know and like the characters. Overall, a book I would highly recommend!!