Storm Gathering (Scorpius Syndrome #4)

Storm Gathering (The Scorpius Syndrome, #4)Storm Gathering by Rebecca Zanetti
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the best book in the series by far! Storm is a total badass. Not only is he the leader of the Mercs, he’s strong, smart, and can fight. He’ll keep a promise made no matter who he has to go upagainst and this includes Vanguard. Yet he has to be careful because the beautiufl, talented, and smart Maureen is with Vangaurd. Or at least her brother Raze is and he’ll keep her safe no matter what. I absolutly love how this story combines both Mercs, and Vanguard. I honeslty couldn’t put it down. The flow was just amazing, and the story get more indepth with the characters and their lives. Now I just can’t wait to get my hands on the next book. Happy reading my friens.

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Book Summary:
Even before surviving the Scorpius bacterium, Greyson Storm was a lone wolf navigating minefields. As a kid, he learned to take a hit and find safety. As an adult, he joined the military and quickly learned how to protect and defend. When the world ended, he created a mercenary camp with military precision, no entanglements, and a promise to avenge a fallen friend. As part of that vow, he kidnapped Maureen Shadow, but now that he has let her go, her blue eyes and intriguing mind keep haunting him…

As possibly the only Biotechnology Engineer still living, Maureen Shadow might be humanity’s one hope to survive the aftermath of Scorpius, making her frighteningly valuable to both allies and enemies. Even after sexual tension explodes between her and Greyson, she’s not sure which camp he belongs to—friend or foe? Worse yet, survival may mean thwarting his prime mission, putting her in even more peril. When danger and seduction collide, there is no safety in this new world.

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