My uncle and my father. I used to be able to tell them apart. Not anymore. Because they’re both the same.They both want to destroy me....
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Just because I want to something different I'm going to write the reviews in a Friends episode format. Enjoy!The One With Gaia's Implanted ParanoiaGaia Moore is with a dilemma. Loki, her biggest enemy, is closer to her. Way closer. The problem is, her enemy is either her dad, Tom Moore, or her uncle, Oliver. Because they're twins. Identical twins. When her uncle Oliver proposes to her a cure for her fearlessness, she agrees. Unfortunately, what Oliver did was to implant her with a paranoiac virus, making her violent and with terror. It's all going according to his plan. Meanwhile, two family members of Katia's (Gaia's deceased mother) visit Tom Moore, making him question his loyalty to both Katia and Gaia. And they might, or might not be, associated with Loki. In another note, Gaia and Ed Fargo's relationship is full of sexual tension and their feelings for each other are undeniable. BOOM, baby! I loved it!! Gaia's paranoia was very intense and exciting. But, man how I hate Tatiana and Natasha. It's obvious they're evil!!
I've read this series over ten years ago. But I remember it being very good. For the first 18 books. After that the more it lasted the worst it got. I stopped at book 32. These days I wouldn't give it more than 20.Back to the good stuff. I found that Gaia was a good strong, pretty but still flawed character. She was special without being annoying. It's just that once the author stopped looking over the shoulder of the ghost writer. Things went down the drain pretty fast.Last note. The series may be in boxes but I won't be giving them away any time soon. She's a good example of an interesting main character in an interesting premise.
I glad that Gaia has finally admitted to herself that she likes Ed. I don't know what to think of Natasha and her daughter.
finally, Fearless is back on form! plenty of boyfriend and sex angst, with everyone in silent love with someone else. perfect for sitting out in the sun.
Again, excellent plot sequences and point of view from Gaia. Easy to read, and keeps you wanting more.