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Legend of Michael: Sin and Satisfaction

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  • Posted July 31, 2013

    I enjoy the dark paranormal romance genre. Love the idea this s

    I enjoy the dark paranormal romance genre. Love the idea this series in based on. This opening book to the series introduced a lot of wonderful potential for the remaining two books (I've already purchased and will read)...slow beginning...picked up pace about halfway through and had a powerful ending. Reasons for 3 stars (out of 5): writing didn't evoke an emotional response from me, slow going first half, multiple POV seemed extraneous. I genuinely hope to enjoy the other two books in this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2012

    Check it out you'll like

    First book in the trilogy, as with all of Ms Jones's books, there is action, smoking hot heroes with special unique powers, and good storytelling.

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  • Posted June 13, 2012

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    A good start to a very unique series! I read The Storm That Is

    A good start to a very unique series!

    I read The Storm That Is Sterling (Zodius #2) first before reading The Legend of Michael and really liked it so I wanted to go back and read the beginning of the Renegades.

    Though I thought that The Legend of Michael was a good book with an interesting story as well as a fabulous introduction to the series, I found the romance between the two main characters, Michael and Cassandra, lacking. The reason being that the first half of the book and 3 years of the couples relationship, including the very important start, was not there. The couple meets, has a few dinners, four weeks pass, the couple succumbs to passion (which was well-written and smoking hot) but then six months pass after that. We missed the whole beginning and 'love's first bloom' phase. Then the couple is separated for two and a half years until meeting up once again. I was not able to fully connect with the characters emotionally as much as I would have liked because of this.

    The second half of the book gets better and I'm glad I stuck with it. The building of the GTECH's world was intriguing as well as the break into two (or maybe three?) factions- The Renegades (good guys) and the Zodius (bad guys). The GTECH's are soldiers who thought that they were being routinely vaccinated only to end up injected with an alien DNA and turned super-human. With super strength, speed and the ability to wind-walk they are the ultimate soldiers; and some even have extra abilities like communicating with animals. General Powell runs this top secret military operation and though his intentions are good in the beginning, power sometimes corrupts.

    Michael is a male who is no longer a man; dark and deadly even he no longer knows what he is. Cassandra is a woman of high morals and a sense of doing right, even if that means going against those she loves most. When their agenda's collide and they no longer know who to trust, will love be enough to see them through?

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