I was introduced to this series by Ambur of Burning Impossibly Bright and it sounded like a plot I would most definitely watch if it were a television show so of course I had to try this one out. Guys, I read all 4 of the books currently released in Canada in 4 days.
Here's some information on the first novel in the series:
Title: PricelessAuthor: Shannon Mayer
Series: Rylee Adamson #1
Release Date: November 15th 2016
“My name is Rylee and I am a Tracker.”
When children go missing, and the Humans have no leads, I'm the one they call. I am their last hope in bringing home the lost ones. I salvage what they cannot.
I'm on the FBI's wanted list.
I have a werewolf for a pet, a Witch of a best friend, and have no need for anyone else in my life.
But when a salvage starts to spin out of control, help comes from a most unexpected direction. One that is dangerously dark, brooding, and doesn't know a thing about the supernatural.
One whose kisses set me on fire.
Introducing the irresistible, ass-kicking heroine Rylee Adamson, Priceless is the first book in USA Today-bestselling author Shannon Mayer’s sexy, exciting, and laugh-out-loud series, a dangerously addictive paranormal romance.
I received a finished copy of the first two novels in the series from the distributor in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion whatsoever nor was I compensated in any way.
Priceless is the first in a series centring around Rylee -- a Tracker. She has the power to know where people are from simply their name and a picture of their face. She uses this power to track down missing children. However, she's on an FBI watchlist since her sister went missing ten years ago and Agent O'Shea thinks she did it.
The first four books details Rylee's missions in finding the missing children and dealing with the increasingly demanding problems in her life, including what seems to be a greater purpose and a quest she must follow through on for the sake of both her and her loved ones' lives.
This series started in a fully fledged world and it didn't slow itself down for the reader even in the very beginning. I loved that it didn't assume that the reader needed to be explained every little detail and that they needed an info dump in the beginning. The novels explained the fantasy portions when they came to fruition in the story, like when Rylee met her pet werewolf and then the story explained the way werewolves worked in this world.
This read like a television show to me and I can completely imagine it being one. If you don't know this about me, I love watching television shows and I watch a lot of them. I watch more tv than I read book, so the fact that I read these books in succession one right after the other and ignoring my responsibilities is definitely reminiscent of me binge watching Veronica Mars when I was in high school.
I definitely can't wait to read the next book which came out earlier in late March and reading more of the story and learning what the world has in store for Rylee next.