At last. . .the sizzling spin-off from The King Series
UNDENIABLE: The Serendipity Duet Book OneFor Rafe Brooks, running from a broken heart means losing himself in alcohol and women. Lots of women, none of whom will remember him, since he has the ability to manipulate their minds and make them forget. Numbing the pain works until he meets an irresistible redhead with secrets of her own. She offers him the opportunity to join forces with an organization that will use his powers for good rather than his own amusement.
Jocelyn rocks his world with her unapologetic passion and makes him believe for the first time he just might survive heartbreak.
When a mission takes the two of them undercover to infiltrate a commune with suspicious activity, they discover it's just the tip of a plot to cause world-wide anarchy. Hiding their extraordinary powers and real identities is crucial to staying alive. For Rafe and Jocelyn, when life is uncertain, love is undeniable.
I love reading Tawdra's books. They are all well written, with characters that come alive, descriptive scenery, and plenty of imaginative scenarios. I loved the King series and was sad when it ended. Knowing that there was this spinoff made me very happy.
The King series was more of a Young Adult series. The Serendipity Duet is definitely NOT. It's hot and sensuous, and not the kind of book you want to be out reading in public. Okay, you can, as long as you order a margarita, so that you can blame your flushed cheeks on the tequila!
Rafe has been trying to figure out life after Tasmyn and the King series. So far, he hasn't done a very good job of it. He is a complete disaster area, and manages to find a great party town in which to "sow his wild oats." Then he meets Joss, his smoking other half, who is also deeply involved with a secret agency. Deception, paranormal sneakiness, action, and smoking lust/love keep the pages turning in a wild ride.
You can read the King series to understand the full backstory on Rafe if you want, but it isn't necessary. I would, however, still recommend it.