Monday, June 17, 2013

Review: Ctrl Z by Danika Stone

Ctrl Z by Danika Stone

Description:
Indigo Sykes has spent years trying to forget where she came from. She has a degree, a new life, and a quiet existence. Everything she ever wanted... But all of this comes to a screeching halt when an unexpected meeting with computer hacker, Jude Alden, changes her plans. Romance blooms between the mismatched duo, even while entanglements from Indigo’s past threaten to pull the two of them apart.

Dogged by a history of running, Indigo’s hard-won security is shattered when Jude’s illegal activity drags both of them into a dangerous game. As the net of hacking and underworld crime tightens around Jude and Indigo’s dark history is exposed, the two of them must find a way out or risk bringing the consequences down on them both.


My Thoughts:
In this romantic thriller, Indigo is trying to escape a dark past and Jude is a hacker with a history of getting in trouble. There is steam between them as soon as they meet, though it takes time for them to get together. They get pulled into a situation with the mob and people around them are getting killed. There is plenty of suspense.  I didn't feel all that connected to either character, though I'm not sure why. Too different, maybe. But they were both interesting characters and they worked well as a couple. I will recommend this for fans of romantic suspense.

My Rating: ****
Steam Factor: !!!!

*Notes:
Some darker subject matter.

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About the Author:
Danika Stone is a writer of contemporary fiction with a focus on strong female narratives. She is an educator, artist, and mother of three, with a graduate degree in Educational Leadership with Technology. Passionate about New Media, Danika has merged the fields of writing, technology and artwork through tech-inspired art projects. Her connections to digital artists and designers, and the ethical questions related to the field of technology, are the inspiration behind this story.


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