Saturday, January 23, 2016


Title: Seven Psychics
Series: Shifter Squad #1
Author: J.C. Diem
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Alexis Levine has just graduated from high school and intends to join the Army as soon as she turns eighteen. Her dream is to become a sniper, just like her often absent father. During routine weapons practice, she meets Mark Steel, the head of a small team of agents who work for a mysterious organization. He needs someone with outstanding skills to help his squad destroy seven psychotic psychics. With her father overseas on a mission, she is the next best choice. 

Still reeling from the knowledge that psychics actually exist, Lexi agrees to become a temporary member of their team. From the first moment that she meets Reece Garrett, she is instantly drawn to him. He is strong, sexy and charismatic and unfortunately thinks of her as little more than a child. 

Garrett and his team have a secret that few people are aware of. They are shape shifters who transform into ravenous beasts with every full moon. The upside of being shifters is that they possess a natural resistance to mind control, which makes them the perfect team to hunt the psychics. But Reece soon learns that some instincts are impossible for even him to deny. Caught in a mind trap that he can't escape from, he finds himself irresistibly attracted to the one person that he'd do anything to protect.

     

Seven Psychics begins when Lexi is approached by a strange man. This man needs her help and her unique skills of being a sniper. Lexi is planning on joining the military once she turns 18 in a few short weeks, but she never expected to have her whole world turned upside down when she went to help this strange squad of people. 
The must all work together in order to save people, but it's a little more complicated than anyone realized. 

This book was really good. It sucked me in and kept me guessing throughout the whole story. I really enjoyed Lexi's character, and loved how she was able to handle things through this one. It was great! I also loved all of the side characters well, and the maybe one day romance that could bloom too. Seven Psychics was a great start to this series, and I'm already addicted to it. I can not wait to read more. 
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