Shark Bite by Naomi Lucas
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Shark shifter and water girl!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌍🌏
Character development: 😤😥😊🤩
The heroine: Riley – she is a loner who works for her family on the Earthen planet Kepler which is mainly water. Unlike her sister Janet, who sleeps with all the men on the planet, Riley likes to stay close to home and work. Riley doesn’t see her ending up with any man, because she doesn’t want a man who has been with her sister and they all have been.
The Hero: Netto – a Cyborg, he was made from a human, a bull shark and a lot of technology. He works for the government and he is tasked with working out a mystery on the planet Kepler for a family who farms gems from the ocean. The gems are melted down and used to make an impenetrable glass that is used for spaceships, ocean vessels and many other things. The government sent he and his pal Zeph to figure out what is going on in exchange for a good rate on the gems.
The Story: When the two Cyborg shifters come to help discover what is wrong with their crops of Gems, Riley is wary of them but attracted to the big blue man. Several things have been happening on Kepler as of late. First of which is that some people have been disappearing without a trace, also their crops of gems have been cloudy lately. The gems used to be clear, but over time, they have all been cloudy and mostly unusable.
With Netto being created partially from Shark DNA and Zeph from Crocodile DNA, they are the perfect Cyborgs to help on this planet which is mostly water. This was an extremely original storyline and I liked that. In addition to the mystery about what is going on in the water.
The book is told in dual points of view via dual narration. The narrators were Hollie Jackson and Alexander Cendese. I am used to Hollie Jackson as a narrator, since she has done most of the Ice Planet Barbarian’s books and she does a good job, though she is not one of my favorite female narrators, she is good at showing emotion through her speech. Alexander Cendese has a deep sexy voice which worked well for Netto.
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