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    Thrilling story.nice characters.touching love. i loved it!
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    Engaging, exciting, hot!!

    Victoria Sue’s writing has captivated me from the very first book of hers that I read, The Innocent Auction (an historical M/M romance). After reading the next “Innocent” book I started on her Sirius Wolves series and devoured them. She quickly became a new favorite author. With Five Minutes Longer, her first book published by Dreamspinner Press, she once again brings us her brand of action and adventure coupled with strong, yet tender, characters. The story is about an enhanced group of humans, who society doesn’t trust or understand. The enhanced humans have varying abilities (think X-Men). Their enhancements manifest themselves during adolescence and when this happens many of the children’s families reject them. Talon Valdez is the team leader of a group of enhanced humans that have been selected to serve in the FBI. The catch? Each enhanced must partner with a regular human. Finn Mayer wants nothing more than to join the FBI and leave his homophobic brother and selfish mother. He studied his butt off but never managed to achieve high marks in school due to undiagnosed dyslexia. But, Finn has a gift for numbers and it’s this background that might make it possible for him to become an agent. This was a very exciting story to read and it also managed to shred my emotions in places. Talon and his enhanced teammates have a lot to overcome and Finn has a lot to prove to the enhanced humans who want nothing to do with partnering with regular humans. Talon and Finn both have secrets and their journey to be together has many obstacles to overcome but reading their story was worth every bit of angst-ridden moment. I hope that there will be more stories for the H.E.R.O.s (Human Enhanced Rescue Organization). I want to read more about the other team members! An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.

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