Sunday, July 25, 2010

Mind Games




Justine Jones is a hypochondriac who thought that would be useful? In this tale of deception and intrigue you will be shocked at every turn. Junstine Jones is a dissilusionist she is a psychological hit woman. She works with an intriguing team of misfits, and a mysterious good looking boss. She is trying to do the right thing, but she has no idea who to trust anymore. Will she make the right choice? Will she ever live a normal life?


I loved this book it was intense from the very begining. I have not read anything like this before it was so unique. Justine Jones is a quirky real character, and the plot was intense. Packard her new boss and the high-cap or physiologically gifted man is a huge mystery. Justine is trying to solve the mystery behind Packard, but she still needs to maintain her normal life. Justine finds herself doing things she would never normally do, or is it really who she is? Justine and the Russian Shelby investigate Packard, but what they find might not be so good. All the while they are being plagued by the Brick Slinger a telepathic killer. Justine has to zing people or flood them with her hypochondria, and if she doesn't continue to do this once she starts bad things can happen. Packard trains her to hone her gifts, then sends her on jobs. Justine struggles with right and wrong throughout the story. The action in this story kept me hooked, and the romantic tension sizzled. A lot of scary interesting characters to light up the page, and a clever book. I can not wait for the second book Double Cross.



5 comments:

Shera (Book Whispers) said...

Sounds great! Love books that have romantic sizzling!

Shera (Book Whispers) said...

Wow! I just noticed that you grabbed my button! Thanks! It's cool seeing it some where other then my blog! ^_-

Caitlin said...

Ha-ha no problem, this was such a good book!

Smash Attack! said...

I am smack in the middle of this still - I need to hurry and finish it because it is so great!

Caitlin said...

I stayed up way to late reading it but it was worth it.