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My biggest issue was with the main character Tess, she works as an Eliminator which basically means she's a human who is trained to hunt and kill Veilers (supernatural creatures) who cross the line and start to harm others. We are constantly told how kick-ass she is and that she is an expert at fighting but we never, ever see it in action. If you were to print a picture of someone next to the words "Too Stupid to Live" in the encyclopaedia it would have to be a portrait of Tess. She gets herself into one ridiculous situation after the other and I'm sure she only survives until the end of the book on pure luck and because of the sheer stupidity of her enemies. I can't for the life of me figure out how she has survived years as an Eliminator because she should have died numerous times in just this story and there were actually times I was wishing that would happen. Basically Tess is all talk and no action, she'll tell you constantly how much she loves danger and is an adrenaline junkie but when you look at the evidence she has no skill whatsoever.Read more ›
Their reaction to each other at first meeting was fabulous, that I got. The instant connection and attraction was great. The sexual tension was good in spots, but seemed to disappear in places. The same can be said for the angst, it was there and gone too much for me, the switch jarring in places. It seemed almost veiled for me as if I was reading the first and last page of a chapter but missing the heart of the story, things happened, but I got no insight into the characters.
I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
The plot weaves a gripping tale of multi-layered double crosses which makes each character’s motivations difficult to pinpoint. Tess and Hugh both have their own agenda, but so do the supporting sidekicks who really helped transform this book into a complicated game of ‘he said, she said.’ And, just when you think that you’ve got it all figured out, the ending comes out of nowhere and catches you completely by surprise. I love a good guessing game, and VEILED TARGET delivered a whopper on that front. As for the paranormal mythology, it was straight forward and easy enough to grasp. I wish the author would have expanded a bit more on the different qualities of her various supes, and the reasons behind the Night Runners vs. Wolf Seekers war, but I think I got the gist of it.
My first impression of Tess was a good one, and sparks were definitely flying during her initial meeting with Hugh, but after that her personality began to take-on a stalker-ish quality that had me second guessing my original opinion.Read more ›
I was hooked from the first page and loved every minute of it. You will fall head over heels for Hugh and Tess. I fully admit to having developed a bit of a girl crush on her. Oh and Hugh.........swoon worthy.
Rest assured dear reader. This is classic Robin Bielman writing.
Yes it's a paranormal story, but if you enjoy Robin's writing, then you will love this. I can't wait for more.
Tess Damon is an assassin of what are known as Veilers, otherwise known as paranormal beings. Not just any Veilers, only the ones that are villainous/evil. She works for a secret agency known as P.I.E., and spends the rest of her time doing extreme sports of all kinds. The reader first meets her when she’s aboard a flight with a vampire that is getting ready to kill her. Tied up and ready to be thrown out the open door of the plane, she manages to save herself, but finds herself in trouble with her boss for botching the job. I had a bit of a problem with that because she didn’t really fail, so what did she do that was so wrong? Anyway, under threat of death if she messes up again, he gives her the next assignment. Her target? Wolfen, Hugh Langston, the Alpha of the local wolfen pack, in LA. Tess takes one look and killing him is not what she wants to do with him at all!
I found this book to be more of a paranormal romance with urban fantasy components, because the heart of the story for me was the romance. Tess is described as being pretty kick ass as far as heroines go. I found her to be not quite as kick ass as the author would have us believe. After meeting Hugh on a blind date(big coincidence, right?) she throws herself into his world when one of his wolfen goes missing, even though he tells her NO. Several times. I got a bit irritated with her for awhile after that. Hugh, of course, is the typical Alpha male but also a really nice guy. He ended up being my favorite of the two characters. So why does Tess need to kill him?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
From the first page I was hooked by the action and as the book went on, I stayed for the steam. I'm not usually a reader of such HOT romance but I couldn't look away from the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Julie Gardner
For me, this book had a slower build up to a few great plot twists. My main problem with the book is I disliked the main female character, Tess. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Tina
I’m a big fan of Robin Bielman’s contemporary work and figured I should give her new paranormal romance a try since I love PNR. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Paris Hansen
I liked the main characters in this book. They both were stubborn, capable and relatable characters to me. Read morePublished 19 months ago by JANA GUNDY
This paranormal sexy romance is the story of Hugh and Tess. When wolfen half shifter Hugh, leader of the Night Runners, finds his apprentice Trey kidnapped, his search leads him to... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Maria Rose
I was pleasantly surprised by how good this book was. I thought, by the description, I had read it before but with just the first page, I knew I hadn't and the book had me hooked... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Julie H
Despite this being an Alpha wolf shifter it is the heroine Tess who is the assassin. The story is really her awakening to who she is. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Joanne Watkins USA
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Tess is a great heroine. She's brave and tough. Even though she's around supernatural types all the time - usually trying to kill them - her reactions to... Read more
Hugh and Tess have great chemistry from early on. I love the fate match between the two. Life around them explodes while they get carried away in their own fantasy. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Vee