Suddenly Zula finds her cognitive skills compromised by a device that puts her emotions in control, turning her entire world upside down. Add in the fact that she's forced to spend time with a man from her past, and soon Zula finds herself wondering: How does one fight adversaries such as love and lust? And does she really want to?
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Say it isn’t so. Zula kidnapped. Zula. Ms. Logic. Well besides being kidnapped Zula gets implanted with a device that gives her the emotions that she did not display. I will not say she did not have them. I just saying she did not show them. Okay. Back to the kidnapping. She gets kidnapped and then rescued. During this time, she finds that the emotions that have been implanted changes her. With this addition to the series, we get Zula and her past and present, we get a new sexy would be hero, we get some new twist, new races, new laughs, new action and drama. The series has certainly evolved forward. There’s growth from the first two books. It changes have added an extra layer of flavor and holds you to look forward for the next book in the series. Narration Review . . . Ashely Holt has picked up her game with this installment. There was something a little different but not unpleasant. I find that I feel a bit more drawn to the voices she has created for he characters. There was more of a focus with the newer characters created in this installment. I am finding a connection with her and this series.