Thursday, February 21, 2013

Review: Lyvan Unleashed Book3 by-Tiffany Allee

Title-Lycan Unleased Book 3
From The Files of the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency
Author -Tiffany Alee
Source-Author reguest
Genre-Urban Fantasy
Length-novella       158 pages
Reviewed by Lisa Jung
Lycan Unleashed (From The Files of the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency, #3)


Detective Astrid Holmes is a sensitive, a human capable of feeling the energy of otherworlders. When she is dispatched to the horrific murder scene of a local vampire, she expects it to be just another day on the job. But when evidence is stolen on her watch, she is removed—not only from the investigation, but from her job as a member of the Chicago police department’s paranormal unit.

Astrid’s only hope of reinstatement lies with her ex co-worker and almost-lover, Lycan Mason Sanderson. But convincing the OWEA agent to let her assist with the investigation isn’t nearly as difficult as staying alive when the murderer realizes that Astrid may hold the key to unlocking his identity.

Fighting to take down a killer could have deadly consequences for Astrid and Mason, but working together puts their already fragile relationship in jeopardy.








Review –This is the 3 book in the series –From the Files of the Otherworld Enforcement Agency set in the Chicago police department. I must say that I did not read the other two books but I have put them on my TBR list in the future. I enjoyed the story that takes place in Chicago after the others have joined the police force as the Chicago Paranormal Unit... Astrid is a sensitive working with the police solving cases and in this book her partner is a Lycan named Mason. There is real chemistry between the two characters as they solve the murders of vampires in Chicago. Is this murder a family power struggle or more is going on in the vampire community? Mason and Astrid find the answer to this and so much more. Mason and Astrid are great characters very likable even though they each bring their own baggage to the relationship. As a reader I found myself rooting for them and their relationship.
  My only complaint is the shortness of the book. After I finished I wanted more pages and information. Even though this book is short I give it a 4(a pack howl) and rate it Steamy.

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