This was a great start to what I am assuming will be another hot as fuck trilogy from an amazing author.
Ever since I read Twist Me back in December of 2015, Anna Zaires has had my one-click trigger by the balls.
Seriously though, this chick owns me.
If she shits on a piece of paper…I want to read it.
Did she actually just say that, you’re thinking?
When you read a Zaires book, you can just tell homie is intelligent.
Seriously though, she must have legit graduated from college with a degree in “Smarter Than You.”
I’m about to piss off some snowflakes saying this, but fuck it:
In this new era of self-published authors…there are so many shiteous books out there.
Seriously, completely heinous.
Now, I totally understand the whole “don’t knock people’s babies cause they put their heart and soul into them” mumbo jumbo, but let’s just be honest:
Some of the stuff people put out is pretty shitty. Just straight up BAD.
With shitty grammar to boot.
I’m just keepin’ it real and telling it like it is people.
So don’t shoot the messenger.
That said, don’t get me wrong.
I read a lot of self-published stuff that has shitty plots, shitty grammar, shitty EVERYTHING.
And you know what?
I ENJOY a lot of them.
So, I’m not knocking them. At ALL.
All I am saying is that reading a book these days with solid plots, solid characters, AND solid grammar?
It’s an occasion to celebrate, people.
So whenever a new Zaires book comes out, you can bet your ass that I’m getting my Gene Kelly on.
All of Zaires books are just SOLID.
They have layers to them that just make them awesome.
In short, she covers all the bases.
The plot is always tight – with no holes and lots of reason – and the writing and grammar is always flawless. Even when you have to suspend belief – as was the case with her Krinar Series – it came from a scientific platform that just made sense.
Add to that some awesome psychological elements, an edge of darkness, and some seriously hot sexy time?
For me, at least.
I cannot WAIT for book two in this series.
We met Peter in book one of Twist Me. And seven books later, here we are.
I love the world and the character portraits Zaires has created here in Twist Me/Capture Me land and Peter’s book definitely hit par.