Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Book #21–Lethal Experiment

41Wd8JcJd9L._SL160_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-dp,TopRight,12,-18_SH30_OU01_AA160_As soon as I finished Lethal People, I bought Lethal Experiment, anxious to see where Donovan Creed is going. This book picks up after the last one, with Donovan in love with Kathleen, who’s preparing to adopt Addie, the orphan. However he’s also trying to decide how he can continue in this relationship, but not be too bound down, and without endangering their lives.

He is still helping Victor, with his bizarre social experiment, and in the middle of it, he has a heart attack, or so he thinks. Instead he finds out it’s psychosomatic and ends up starting some treatment with a therapist. Not much, but it’s a big step for an assassin. At the same time he realizes that Callie, one of his partners, needs help. She’s in love with a body double, and doesn’t want to have the girl die. You have to read the book to understand what that means, but it results in Creed having to help her, and falling into a coma.

He awakens, and the second have of the book is part of his recovery after being out of life for 3 years. He can’t very well walk back into his life, but he struggles with making an attempt. Quite a different tone than the first book, but still enjoyable.

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