RetroCog [NOOK Book]


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781611184037
  • Publisher: Loose Id LLC
  • Publication date: 5/3/2011
  • Series: Power Up!
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 148,586
  • File size: 439 KB

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  • Posted October 10, 2013

    I love the PowerUp! books - such a fab series with excellent cha

    I love the PowerUp! books - such a fab series with excellent characters and story-lines...

    Retrocog is a 5* read - love Noah & Lara as a couple. They both have something different going on - Noah can see the past and Lara hears the dead. Together they set out to find the painting that Noah has been tasked with recovering.

    The story is gripping - action packed and non-stop adventure. Bad, bad guys, hot and sexy good guys and a lot of down & dirty going on!!! What more can you ask for in a book?!?!

    The PowerUp! series is Marie Harte at her best!!!!

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  • Posted February 14, 2013

    Fortune¿s Favor is the fourth in Marie Harte¿s Power Up series o

    Fortune’s Favor is the fourth in Marie Harte’s Power Up series of psychically enhanced agents for the government.

    A year after the program is disbanded; the former government agents are all working in a gym in Bend, OR. Funded by an unknown benefactor, they’re sent on jobs to retrieve stolen artifacts that have psychic or mystical ability.

    Nathan is the playboy, whose sex life is a revolving door of men. But with his history, he doesn’t want to get too close to anyone. And he’s been lusting after someone in his unit for sometime now, but he’s not gay, so there’s no hope there. With his ability to read items with a touch, he has to be careful not to absorb too much from the things that surround him

    Avery is a by the book, always in charge kind of guy. Bi-sexual, he’s never really hidden that fact, and he’s eyed Nathan for awhile now, but with no intention of becoming part of that long list of men hopping in and out of Nathan’s bed. But he’s seen into the future and knows that he and Nathan get together, but as just lovers for a short time or more like he wants, that’s the part he can’t see.

    Sent as partners on a mission to retrieve a mystically evil knife, a knife that calls for blood, this sends them back to Nathan’s home town. And into the pain of his past to find his Uncle who now has the knife in his possession, the Uncle who abused him while he was growing up. And along the way partners become more than that, they become lovers. And as Avery helps Nathan deal with the pain of his past, they move past partners, lovers, and friends and into love.

    I fell in love with both of these characters. They are both so real and believable, Nathan with his easy going charm and Avery’s by the book orderly life. You knew that Avery was the perfect man to help Nathan through his past trauma with both order and love.

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  • Posted January 26, 2013

    I tried this book, because I really like Marie Harte's Cougar Fa

    I tried this book, because I really like Marie Harte's Cougar Falls series. I mainly read shifter books, but love her books, so I thought I'd give it a try. I really liked the mystery and history in the book. Noah was looking for a missing painting, and found a woman, Lara, that looks exactly like the woman in the painting. The further you get into the book you realize, these two were connected 100s of years ago and there are times when the past actually comes to life before their eyes and they see themselves of yesteryear. Add in a serial killer who may have killed their former selves and is killing people who look like Lara now, you've got a steamy romance/mystery on your hands. The character's different "gifts" added something to the book to make it not your normal paranormal romance. I will definately read additional books in the series, to see what she comes up with next.

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