Review: Hunting Kat by P.J. Schnyder
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Released: 4 July 2011
Genre: Sci Fi
Series: The Triton Experiment #1
… full of a fantastic mixture of action and sexy romance~ Under the Covers
Most people mistake Kat Darah for being just enough human merc; however, that might be the last mistake they ever make. Infected with a virus that has changed her in to a shapeshifter and tortured for weeks before eventually being rescued she is now deadly dangerous. Lieutenant Christopher Rygard has just finished his tour and can’t decide whether to re-up especially after his latest mission left him feeling dirty. Still debating his future he meets Kat at a bar and is instantly captivated. However, he doesn’t realise that the repercussions of his mission would follow him and put him and Kat in a race against time.
I am so glad I picked this book up! I have to admit before I started this I was expecting a cheesy sci-fi romance, but I am so pleased that instead I was drawn into a cheese free zone full of a fantastic mixture of action and sexy romance. I am now racing to read the next book in the series so I can see what happens next.
In Hunting Kat we are introduced to a new universe and although there aren’t a lot of details, there is enough to keep it interesting. However, what really kept me reading were the characters of Kat and Rygard. I really loved Kat she was completely kick ass yet had undying loyalty to those she viewed as her friends, Rygard was intriguing with as we learn about his conflicted views on staying with the military. Together they had smoking hot chemistry, which made for a really sexy read and also a really sweet one.
Hunting Kat was a fast paced and sexy sci-fi and a brilliant start to The Triton Experiment series, with memorable main couple as well as a strong supporting character, I am going to be pouncing on to the next book as soon as possible.
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I’ve got this on my tbr pile…Thanks for the review Suzanne.
Oooo a sci fi book!….thanks suzanne