Turn Me On

Adult
Rated 3.60/5 based on 6 reviews
As a telepathic assassin, Troy knows that he has only one goal: destroy his target. But things get more complicated then he'd planned when he meets Rayna Kinner, another telepath, and also the girlfriend of the man he's determined to kill. The real confusing thing is, he doesn't need to be telepathic to know she wants him too. Can he trust her to help him stop the assassin group known as Switches? More

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Words: 80,190
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301451623
About Tempest C. Avery

Tempest C. Avery recently graduated from college with a creative writing degree. Along with the Mirror Warrior Novels, she has a trilogy that she's been slaving away at. However, unlike with the M.W's, these books are for young adults. She loves to read and write, and TALK about reading and writing, so if you've read any good books lately, drop her a line! Questions and comments about her work is always appreciated, though try and be gentle. Criticism is great, as long as it's constructive.

If you're interested in checking out more of her work (including a teen fiction series on faeries) visit her wattpad! :)

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Reviews

Review by: Marla Riedling on Feb. 21, 2013 :
The story was interesting but it was never revealed exactly how these new abilities came into being. I enjoyed the interaction between the leading characters and their growth in power as well as their relationship. The plot had quite a few twists and turns but I guessed the outcome early in the story. A nice simple read for an afternoon of distraction.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Deborah Sastroredjo on Feb. 03, 2013 :
I liked that this book had a new twist to it. People evolving, yeah! But it also shows the harsher side of humanity. I really disliked the bad guy. And at the same time they would like to show his better side, but I was wondering about that.

It's a nice, easy read. I did have a few questions left, but the book was not so "heavy" that I wanted to keep thing about it too long.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Chris Gardenier on Jan. 28, 2013 :
This was a great book. I liked the different take on telepaths. I have to admit at first I had a hard time getting into it. But by the middle of the book I was hooked.

I really did like the authors different take on telepaths. And I enjoyed following Troy's and Rayna's Story. And the different twists and turns as the story progressed.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Chris Gardenier on Jan. 28, 2013 : (no rating)
This was a great book. I liked the different take on telepaths. I have to admit at first I had a hard time getting into it. But by the middle of the book I was hooked.

I really did like the authors different take on telepaths. And I enjoyed following Troy's and Rayna's Story. And the different twists and turns as the story progressed.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Julie Klien on Jan. 22, 2013 :
Turn me on is one book at I would read over and over again.

The narration kept me on beast on what I happening between the minds of the two main characters. The way each of the terms were explained, would make any reader get the total gist of the story line without going back to the previous page. The way the unexpected twist and turns was shocking at the same time frustrating. As you delve to the mind of Troy on how he thinks, he feels, you will his frustration in very turn of the book.

As much as I’d like to go on detail. I won’t I don’t like giving spoilers.
Read and judge.

So will rate this 5 star. I will definitely keep this in my book selves.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Julie Klien on Jan. 22, 2013 :
Turn me on is one book at I would read over and over again.

The narration kept me on beast on what I happening between the minds of the two main characters. The way each of the terms were explained, would make any reader get the total gist of the story line without going back to the previous page. The way the unexpected twist and turns was shocking at the same time frustrating. As you delve to the mind of Troy on how he thinks, he feels, you will his frustration in very turn of the book.

As much as I’d like to go on detail. I won’t I don’t like giving spoilers.
Read and judge.

So will rate this 4 star. I will definitely keep this in my book selves.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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