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Incognito Series, Book 1: No Ordinary Love


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Men and women who have sacrificed their personal identities to live in the shadows and uphold justice for all--no matter the cost.


Kira Gunn, 25-year-old wunderkind, remembers nothing about her life before 31-year-old Vincent Carson. He's been her guardian, her protector, her business partner and her passion for 15 years, yet he remains an enigma who seems to exist solely to give her everything she wants and needs. Who is he? Where did he come from? Who is she and where did she come from? The vague nightmares she's had as long as she can remember--gunshots, utter terror and the gentle eyes of salvation--and Vincent's tender resistance to help her discover the answers of her uncertain past are taking its toll on her body, her heart and her soul. How can she trust a man whose past is as gray as her own? But how can she leave Vincent, the only home she's ever known? For he is her salvation. 

Kira has become the sole reason for Vincent's existence since the moment her vulnerable, trusting child eyes met his own. As Kira struggles with unseen demons, Vincent fiercely guards the truth, even as his own heart takes the wounds of her battle. She wants the one thing he can never give her. To seek out the truth of her past would be to put both of their lives in danger... and could mean losing the only thing in the world that matters to Vincent--Kira's love. 

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  • Stephen Symons, author
    Sep 3, 2017, 05:01
    No Ordinary Book

    ‘No Ordinary Love’ is the title, and that is exactly what it is. It certainly describes the relationship between Kira and Vincent, if, indeed, ‘love’ is what these two odd people share. It is immediately apparent that the bond between them is very deep, very strong, and very complex. But is it love? The first six chapters of the book are taken up with outlining their relationship insofar as the secretive Vincent and the confused Kira can explain it, and we are no nearer an answer.
    From Vincent’s perspective [and being male, I can speak with some authority here] it looks at first more like obsession, even monomania. From Kira’s perspective [and I speak with far less authority on this one] it appears to be ---- well, I really do not know. Nor, come to that, does Kira. Only much later do matters become clearer in her mind.
    The tale is billed as ‘romance, adventure, mystery’, and it is all of these. Romantic, a roller-coaster adventure, and mystery piled upon mystery. Who is Kira, really? She does not know, remembering nothing before the age of ten. If Vincent knows, he will not say. And who, exactly is Vincent? If that is his name. And why would he dedicate his life to the protection of a woman who is not his sister, or his daughter, or his wife, or even his lover? All we can be sure of is that ‘The Network’ is behind it all. What the Network really is remains a mystery, save only that it is monumental, multinational, and has resources and technologies greater than those owned by most nations. What is real purpose? This is never clearly stated. All we can know for sure is that if it became aware of Kira’s existence, then she would live only as long as she remained undiscovered.
    This compulsive reading. Wiesner weaves her tale skilfully, revealing little titbits of information excruciatingly slowly, luring the reader deeper and deeper into the lives – life, I should say – of the two protagonists. Once you start, it is difficult to put down. The prose reflects the pace of events, at times slowing, at times quickening into shorter sentences, becoming at times frantic, almost chaotic, precisely as are the thoughts and actions of Kira and Vincent. There are still a lot of unanswered questions come the finale, but these will no doubt be addressed in ‘ ‘Til Death Do Us Part.’’
    Karen Wiesner has an impressive array of writing awards to her credit. It is easy to see why.
    Definitely four stars.
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