One created to slay, the other to save.
Joe and Leven; two supernatural beings conceived in a Petri-dish, their function poles apart. Leven is Dr Krieger’s most prized assassin, Joe his greatest failure. When Joe’s influence revolutionises Leven’s sense of purpose, a night of chaos tears the teenage friends apart.
Years later, as Calleston city chokes under supernatural warfare, rumours of a rogue assassin spread. Joe’s ragtag band of warriors might actually stand a chance of defeating his father’s cyborg army if they can join forces with the vigilante, but when the rogue’s identity is revealed, no-one expects it to be their sworn enemy. If Joe can’t keep Leven’s true identity and their past a secret, he’ll lose his friends, and her—again.
Secrets, prejudices, and distrust. In their shadow, will Dr Krieger’s hateful legacy triumph, or can his creations join forces and survive?
This book contains:
- Enemies to friends to enemies to friends to lovers
- Foul language; lots of the f-bomb
- Violence, but no graphic descriptions of bodily harm
- Medical institute settings with references to historical moderate physical and mental abuse
- A HEA
Originally published in 2012 as The Untitled. Revised in 2022.
Reviews for The Untitled (Original Edition)
“This book was really great! Supplied to me by the author for an honest review, and I truly loved it! I will always go for a female heroine and Leven’s character development in this book is a pleasure to read, the adorable romance between her and Joe is also stellar, brilliant ending – if you enjoyed Graceling by Kristin Cashore you will enjoy The Untitled.”
“I received this book from Voracious Readers for an honest review. I really enjoyed this book. Watching Leven’s development from what she was into what she became was a real pleasure. Even the maturity but deep love that Joe had from the start was refreshing. I enjoyed the arc of the story and it was a nice relatively quick read. I liked the way she ended the novel with a neat little twist. It was a fun read that I would recommend to my friends.”
“What do motorbikes, leather jackets, rock, a competent female assassin, friendship, and creatures of the night have in common? They’re all milling about in The Untitled, in a frenetic battle between good & evil that takes place in the midst of a modern city scape.
This story jumped out at me, as if spewn forth form the Shadowrun universe. It has monsters, technology, fighting and did I mention the assassin with a few preternatural powers? It is a fast paced novel with a narrative that carried me along, eager to find out what was going to happen to these characters, a band of disparate friends with a growing menace invading their town. They develop nicely and there’s plenty of back-story, depth and growth, with a good splatter of humour thrown in. I really enjoyed this world and there was no dragging me into it, I jumped right in. If you like city night scapes, running in the shadows, fighting and peril I’d recommend you grab a copy. I’m reading it for the second time and will undoubtedly do so again. I loved this story.”