Sunday, December 30, 2012

PNR Review: Last Kiss Goodnight: An Otherworld Assassin Novel [Mass Market Paperback]

I've finished "Last Kiss Goodnight" the 1st book in her Otherworld Assassin series by Gena Showalter.

Product Description

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Gena Showalter ignites a thrilling new paranormal series with this breathtaking tale of a warrior enslaved by desire, and the woman who frees his soul.


Black ops agent Solomon Judah awakens caged and bound in a twisted zoo where otherworlders are the main attraction. Vika Lukas, the owner’s daughter, is tasked with Solo’s care and feeding. The monster inside him yearns to kill her on sight, even though she holds the key to his escape. But the human side of him realizes the beautiful deaf girl is more than she seems — she’s his.


Vika endures the captives’ taunts and loathing, hoping to keep them alive even if she can’t free them. Only, Solo is different — he protects her. But as hostility turns to forbidden romance, his feelings for her will be used against him . . . and he’ll be put to a killer test.

About the Author

Gena Showalter is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than thirty novels in a thrilling blend of genres: breathtaking paranormal and contemporary romances, supernatural humor, and cutting-edge young adult novels.

Product Details
Mass Market Paperback: 448 pages
Publisher: Pocket Books (December 26, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1451671598
ISBN-13: 978-1451671599

My Review:

This is a spin-off from Gena's Alien Huntress series so if you have read that you would be familiar with the terms AIR and Otherworlders.

Solomon Judah works as an black-ops agent who finds himself caged and bound in a circus zoo one day.  He has known love from his adoptive parents but everyone else calls him a freak or animal. 

Vika has grown up under the cruel hands of her father and he has beaten her so bad he has taken her hearing.  She treats the captives kindly but some of them taunt her and even throw stones, food, etc. at her. 

Solo was a great hero because he was big, strong, protective and Vika was a great heroine because she's smart, kind and how she coped and endeared the treatment she received from her father and a couple of Otherworlder captives.


Thanks Simon and Schuster Canada for sending me this book to review, greatly appreciated!

1 comment:

Mary Kirkland said...

I'm getting this soon and can hardly wait to read it.

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