After an unfortunate lay-off, her options are limited. One path is to work with a narcissistic creep, her best friend's boyfriend. The other is Luna Lodge, a place controlled by the mysterious hybrids, the super-soldier products of a horrific genetic engineering project.
Sol, a hybrid and the head of security at the lodge, doesn't know how much he can trust Erica. Suspicious that the woman may be a spy for his former masters, the sinister Horatius Group, he is determined to keep an eye on her, but his body wants a lot more than that.
When someone targets the lodge, the suspect list quickly grows. Sol and Erica will have to fight against their burning passion and keep their focus to save themselves and the lodge.
Hmm, should be seems appropriate here. If like myself, you've read Lora Leigh and Laurann Dohner, then the idea of mixing up DNA isn't new. Yes, as the first in a series there's a lot to set up admittedly but Sol just didn't flow that well at times. Editing problems aside, I liked the overall story and can see numerous books that could follow. The romance felt staged although I enjoyed the idea of pheromones playing a significant role. Honestly neither of the main characters particularly called to me but I will check out reviews for the rest of the series and hopefully find a growth that interests me enough to continue.
Bottom line, I've read much better but I'm keen to see what ideas this author has.
No recommendation at this time.