Release Date: February 21, 2015
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I’m not a good guy and I don’t pretend to be. Condemn me if you want, I don’t give a crap. You’re nothing to me. No one is … except her—Max. She’s my target. And I was hired to do a hell of a lot more than protect her … I was hired to kill her.
It should’ve been simple, but it was complicated as hell.
*Standalone full-length novel. Come meet the Scars.
Scars: Immortal warriors with capabilities derived from the senses: Trackers, Sounders, Healers, Tasters, Visionaries, and the rare Reflectors. They each have what is known as an Ink, a tattoo that can be called life.
Nashoda Rose is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who lives in Toronto with her assortment of pets. She writes contemporary romance with a splash of darkness, or maybe it’s a tidal wave.
When she isn’t writing, she can be found sitting in a field reading with her dogs at her side while her horses graze nearby. She loves interacting with her readers and chatting about her addiction—books.
Nashoda Rose’s Take is a little out of my normal reading genre. Jumping into it, I felt a bit intimidated – especially when it started with the glossary of terms that I had no connection to. Honestly, I read Take simply because I love Nashoda Rose’s other books. I am a huge fan and I hoped that she had written another incredible story.
I was not disappointed. This book’s plot is layered in deception and secrets; lust and passion – it’s addictive. Spellbinding. I thought Take was amazing and I devoured Max and Jasper’s romance in one sitting.
The two main characters could not be any more different. Jasper is a hunter – an assassin, while Max is a healer. But it does not matter. They connect and the pull they feel for one another drags them together. As a reader, you experience their story – feeling their emotions, whether it be fear, heartache or desire. Nashoda does a great job of connecting you to Max and Jasper.
As each page of Jasper and Max’s story unfolds you discover another truth and piece of their world. Take moves at a fast pace and each moment is intense. I loved every moment. It’s truly a captivating read. I thought it was a great start to the new series and I am already looking forward to more.