Lexi Levine’s life changed forever the night she became a werewolf. She was only meant to be a temporary addition to the Shifter Squad, but at barely eighteen, she is now a permanent member of the team. Well used to facing danger, none of the squad is prepared to meet Lexi’s father. Major Philip Levine is a sniper with unparalleled skills. He has returned from his overseas mission to seek answers. Even Lexi isn’t sure how he will react when he meets the squad for the first time. Still coming to terms with her new role as a shifter, she is in denial about the mysterious link that has sprung up between her and Agent Reece Garrett. She hopes in vain that if she pretends that it doesn’t exist, it will just go away. If the squad manages to survive her father’s anger, they must then face an even bigger threat. A voodoo practitioner has been raising corpses in New Orleans and the Shifter Squad has been ordered to investigate. If they fail to stop the man who calls himself the Zombie King, his undead minions will soon overrun the city.
So, it’s been a few days since my last post and it’s been because I’ve ben busy around the house and so I haven’t had time to go where there was free wifi (I don’t have any at home and have to get it elsewhere) and plus my house was a MESS!! I also haven’t had time to read either, yeah this is a travesty, and so I’m gonna do a short review on the second book of the Shifter Squad series. It’s also been a while since I’ve read it, a couple months really, so that’s why it’s gonna be short.
If you can remember, this series the young woman Lexi Levine, and she was just turned into a werewolf by one of the special agents, Reece Garrett, on the order of one of the psychics (though it was unintentional by Garrett because he was to be intimate with someone he either despised or had feelings for) and she was changed. It ended by her getting rid of the last psychic and then calling her father and telling him what had happened to her. In this book, not only does Lexi learn more about the supernatural world, she learns that zombies are real!! Not only that, because of an event in her past that she was too young to remember completely, she has a connection with them and their master!! She goes through her first full moon transformation and saves her bosses life and mentally connects with Garrett causing them to remember everything during their transformation.
Diem did a great job, again, in this series. The characters were perfectly written as well as the setting (the New Orleans area) and dialogue! Great dialogue is really important as well as character descriptions to me because if any of it goes off plot I just can’t read the book anymore. That and unneeded information for or from character’s. But, Diem did not do any of the of the faux pas and I would recommend this for young adults (16 and up).
I hope you enjoy this book as much as I had!! Leave me a book recommendation cause I’m looking!!