Saturday, April 9, 2016

RR: Enigma What Lies Beneath by Ditter Kellen

Title: Enigma: What Lies Beneath
Author: Ditter Kellen
Publisher: DK Media, LLC
Genre: MF, Paranormal
Pages:238
Reviewer: Redz













Publisher's Blurb
Doctor Abbigail Sutherland is used to being alone. Between twelve hour shifts at the hospital and looking after her eccentric father, she has very little time for much else. Until an unexpected call one night, sends her racing to the lab where she discovers a secret that could change the world forever.
Hauke awakens after an underwater explosion, strapped to a bed and on his way to a site known as Area 51. His only hope for survival lies in Abbie Sutherland, the beautiful doctor that saved his life. Amidst a deadly virus, seemingly impossible to stop, and a corrupt Government placing a price on their heads, Hauke and Abbie run for their lives, uncovering conspiracies, deceptions, and a love that won't be denied..








Review
The start of the Enigma Series is Enigma: What Lies Beneath by Ditter Kellen. I love this story for many reasons. One it is really an original idea. I love reading about something I have never read about before. The kind of paranormal that Hauke turns out to be, that was brilliant. The characters in this book are vibrant and well thought out as well. I loved having a strong female character. Abbie is a doctor, but she has so many facets to her personality. She is brave, sassy, and loving all at the same time. She also can save her man if need be. I love that. She might need help too but she brings so much to the table herself.
Hauke he is a Bracadyte. You have got to read the lore behind them! I love it. He is both vulnerable, strong, and a warrior all at the same time.
Over all this is an action packed read with characters I will not soon forget. Beautifully sweet and an omygosh amazing ending you have to read to believe.
When you want a paranormal that will have twists and turns you never expected this is the one to pick up. I cannot wait for the next one in this series.

            five shooting stars and a recommended read