Reviewed by Susan65
Title: Who We Truly Are
Author: Victoria Sue
Narrator: Nick J. Russo
Series: Enhanced #2
Genre: MM Paranormal
Length: 7 Hours, 45 Minutes
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: February 2, 2018
Available at: Amazon, Audible and iTunes
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: Talon’s deadly abilities are spiraling out of control. Desperate to keep Finn safe, Talon struggles to protect the man he loves with all his heart, and not become the greatest risk to Finn’s life.
Finn has no choice but to offer himself as bait for the evil forces kidnapping enhanced children, facing danger he is untrained and unprepared for, and he is having to do it alone.
Does Talon have one last fight in him? Will he slay everyone who wants to destroy Finn and the team, or will he finally discover that to defeat their enemy and the ultimate threat, the biggest battle he has to face is one with himself?
Review: I am not sure what happened here? I am unsure if I just wasn’t in the right frame of mind or the plot wasn’t enough to keep my total interest. Regardless, I just was not as entertained in this installment of the Enhanced as I was in book one…but, I still enjoyed it enough to move onto book three. I will chalk this up to a “it was me, not you” because I do love the premise and the narrator.
I do love Talon and Finn, but I think I had enough of them in book one. Which is really odd for me since I tend to adore reading about established couples. I did, however, love to see the growth of Finn as an FBI agent, and at the same time, watching Talon struggle with allowing Finn to grow into his place within the team. I understood his fear, Finn really was the weakest link, but Finn more than made up for it in determination.
Nick J. Russo is a go-to narrator for me, and I love his voice. I have listened to many audio-books by him, and though his voice is familiar, I have no difficulty listening to him perform so many different characters. He is truly a top notch narrator, and if I see a book I want to listen to, and he is the narrator, I don’t hesitate to buy it.
Overall Impression: I liked it
*I purchased my own, personal copy of this book for review.*