This trilogy includes the three books Alterations, Game Changer and Primal Will.
I loved this book! It was a nice break from my usual romance genres. I wasn’t sure I was going to like it in all honesty but the blurb really intrigued me and it didn’t take long to be completely sucked into it! I still can’t decide if I should like Dr Kite or not?? Half of me did and the other half was thinking what a psycho! Although if someone wanted to implant one of those weight-loss chips in me that I think I might consider it!! It is a fast paced book and the writing style of the author reflected this well in my opinion. It does jump about between characters but it’s all tied up during the later stages of the story. I found it easy to keep up with and I think it would have made a really good full length novel too!
I loved book 1 in this series, it was so different to anything I had read so I couldn’t wait to see what was going to happen next. I loved that each chapter again was short and to the point and that we got to see how each character was getting on. I had a feeling that there were going to be a few twists and turns in the story and I was right! I had no idea what was going to happen and the author kept me guessing the whole way through. The author’s unique writing style is really engaging, you don’t get bored with long chapters, everything moves at a good pace and my interest was kept all the way through. I love the girls in the story and enjoyed reading about their lives after the implants but the character who I love reading about the most is Dr Kite! His chapters are the shortest but he is the most intriguing!
I couldn’t wait to begin book 3 just to find out what was going to happen with Dr Kite! Throughout all of the stories he is the one I have been most intrigued with – is he trying to do good or is he actually manipulative and evil? I think that he is one of those characters where you kind of have to make up your own mind about him. I will say that I did see a slight different side to him in this story and I think that everything came full circle for all of the characters involved. It was a brilliant ending to this trilogy.