GoodReads Monday

If you live in the states and have seen the news recently then you might know that it is hotter than hell here in the Pacific Northwest. It is unusual for us to get much above 90 in the summer and I don’t think it has been this hot since I moved here in the early 1990’s. So in honor of the heat, I wanted to pick a book this week that would reflect how bad it is here. And I think I found the perfect one.

The Devil You Know by Kit Rocha

Mercenary Librarians #2

Publication Date: August 31, 2021

Summary from GoodReads:

The Mercenary Librarians and the Silver Devils are back in The Devil You Know, the next installment of USA Today and New York Times bestselling author Kit Rocha’s post-apocalyptic Action/Romance, with hints of Orphan Black and the Avengers

Maya has had a price on her head from the day she escaped the TechCorps. Genetically engineered for genius and trained for revolution, there’s only one thing she can’t do—forget.

Gray has finally broken free of the Protectorate, but he can’t escape the time bomb in his head. His body is rejecting his modifications, and his months are numbered.

When Maya’s team uncovers an operation trading in genetically enhanced children, she’ll do anything to stop them. Even risk falling back into the hands of the TechCorps.

And Gray has found a purpose for his final days: keeping Maya safe.

I read the first book in this series, Deal with the Devil, last year and really enjoyed it. It has a pretty steamy romance, so I am pretty sure this one will also be hot and steamy. Hopefully by the time I read this next month, the weather will have returned to normal. But if not then at least I will have the Devil keeping me company when the world is hotter than hell outside.

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