Love, Lattes and Danger

Love, Lattes and Danger

by Sandra Cox

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Love, Lattes and Danger by Sandra Cox

It’s a dirty job, but some mutant’s got to do it…

Joel Eisler is a mutant with special talents. He can detect an oil leak in the ocean simply by tasting the water. Because of this unique ability, he’s been purchased by a large oil company, along with his dolph sister, Amy. The upside of spending his days and nights in the ocean is that it gives him the opportunity to save the lives of his brother dolphins. The downsides are life as a closely monitored slave—and that he can’t be with Piper, the dolph-girl he loves…

To make matters worse, Joel discovers the lab he grew up in has extracted his sperm and Piper’s egg and created a baby, and his handler, Craven, is plotting to kidnap Amy for more experiments. Now Joel must rescue the infant, bring her to Piper, and find a way to save Amy. And if that’s not enough of a challenge, he needs to convince Piper she belongs with him instead of her all-too-human boyfriend—if Craven doesn’t get to them first…

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781616506087
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 08/04/2015
Series: Mutants , #2
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 118
Sales rank: 770,065
File size: 339 KB

About the Author

Multi-published author Sandra Cox writes YA Fantasy, Paranormal and Historical Romance, and Metaphysical Nonfiction. She lives in sunny North Carolina with her husband, a brood of critters, and an occasional foster cat. Although shopping is high on the list, her greatest pleasure is sitting on her screened-in porch, listening to the birds, sipping coffee and enjoying a good book. She’s a vegetarian and a Muay Thai enthusiast. Readers can find Sandra at sandracox.blogspot.com, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SandraCox.Author, or at twitter.com@Sandra_Cox.

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Love, Lattes and Danger 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
With her usual flair--original plotting and outstanding action sequences--author Sandra Cox has continued where she left off in Love, Lattes and Mutants. Told from the perspective of Joel, a character introduced in the first book, Cox mixes romance, adventure, and science fiction with an expert touch. Some of the best scenes take place underwater when Joel and his sister Amy flee from the villains or swim with the dolphins, making one feel as if they are experiencing the action along with the characters. This series is a wonderful escape--best if read in order--that carries a deeper message about respect for all animals but never takes itself too seriously. Highly recommended!
gaele More than 1 year ago
The second in this Teen/YA Sci-Fi Romance mash up series takes a turn to the more familiar tropes with a love triangle (of sorts), some increased danger for the characters and a further exploration of the motivations behind the mutations and their abilities. The mutants in this series so far are all aquatic: from Piper’s dolphin-esque hybridization to her friend (and fellow mutant) Joel’s ability to taste an oil spill, the uniqueness of the talents is indisputable. But, with Piper dating a human, Tyler, and Joel’s discoveries about their handler’s bad acts, and the future plans for Joel’s sister Amy, the action is faster paced this time around, as are the revelations. Underlying the discoveries and Joel’s quest to save both his sister and a lab-created child that was the result of an experiment using his and Piper’s DNA, you could easily pass on the love triangle, as Joel has unrequited feelings for Piper, and doesn’t understand her relationship with Tyler. A bit of angsty drama around the relationship: perfectly appropriate for the teenagers they are, Joel’s point of view and emotions are clear and present: he’s a perfectly engaging character and you want to see him get his wish. Piper’s growth, however, isn’t as significant as I hoped for in this second book, although I do understand her feeling overwhelmed and conflicted. Following nicely after Love, Lattes and Mutants, readers would be best served by reading these two books in order, as characters, setting and background does carry forward and expand in scope. I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.