Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Review - Finding Trust (Centre Games #1) - Natalie Gayle




                                                        
                                         


**I was given a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review**

This was a little different. I was thinking it was going to be another new adult or contemporary romance. It was actually so much more than that. Brayden is the lead guitarist in the band 'Steel' and extremely gorgeous, dark and brooding. Rihanna is a stunning Vet, who has no idea of just how gorgeous she is. On New Years Eve they catch each other's eyes across a crowded concert. Sounds very much like any other fairy tale start, yet it's anything but. The guitar playing god in a popular band is just a side gig for Brayden, he also a far more important full time job as a member of the Centre. He is 1 of 12 individuals, who are very close knit and have known each other since they were 18, when they were pulled together. Yet, there is another reason they were chosen and pulled together. Rihanna works with her father as Vet who specialises in Equine studies. They are also working on a deadly virus that manages to transfer through horses. Yet this virus, is known to be deadly to humans and general population, and it would seem that some terrorists want to get their hands on it. So that's the summary, anything else would be a spoiler, and I don't want to ruin the intense and surprising elements to this story. Just let me say, this book is a whirlwind of intense situations, amazing chemistry, hot scenes, and a some very gorgeous men. A lot of 'edge of your seat' moments. Although, it was a tad confusing with the constantly changing POV's mid scene, sometimes between about 3 people I did manage to keep up and enjoy the story! 3.5 stars