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Kindle Edition ↠ Psi Hunter MOBI å


Psi Hunter (Guardians of the Pattern, #1) [Epub] ➞ Psi Hunter (Guardians of the Pattern, #1) ➣ Jaye McKenna – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk In a future where humanity has spread out among the stars those few possessing psychic abilities are looked upon with suspicion at best and murderous intent at worstOn Aurora one of the tolerant world In a future where humanity has spread out among the stars those few possessing psychic abilities are looked upon with suspicion at best and murderous intent at worstOn Aurora one of the tolerant worlds of the Federation Pat Cottrell works for Federation Security as a psi hunter tracking down and neutralizing dangerous psi criminalsKyn Valdari works for the Institute for Psionic Research running search and rescue operations in which psions in distress are offered the chance to learn how to control psychic abilities that can threaten sanity and ruin livesKyn and Pat used to be best friends closer than brothers Three years ago one passionate night that never should have happened left both of them shocked confused and desperately wanting They haven’t spoken sinceNow the silence between them must be broken Kyn and Pat have been ordered to investigate a string of murders that may have been committed by a psion powerful enough to kill with a thought In order to succeed they will have to work together to save an abused traumatized young psion from being taken advantage of by the very organization that is supposed to save him.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 296 pages
  • Psi Hunter (Guardians of the Pattern, #1)
  • Jaye McKenna
  • English
  • 23 November 2016

About the Author: Jaye McKenna

Jaye McKenna was born a Brit and was dragged kicking and screaming across the Pond at an age when such vehement protest was doomed to be misinterpreted as a “paddy” She grew up near a sumac forest in Minnesota and spent most of her teen years torturing her parents with her electric guitar and her dark poetry She was punk before it was cool and a grown up long before she was ready Jaye writes.



10 thoughts on “Psi Hunter (Guardians of the Pattern, #1)

  1. Julio Genao Julio Genao says:

    why have just one rapeytrauma storyline when you can have two?or even the same one twice?thin lipped sighbut honestly what did this book in for me was the occasion of this tropeHe knew he’d been rough and cold last night maybe even cruel but anything else would only have encouraged Pat to ask for Kyn couldn’t give him Wouldn’tPat deserved far than the damaged ugly creature that shivered behind Kyn’s uiet confident façadefuckin' hate that trope

  2. Kaje Harper Kaje Harper says:

    This is a paranormal SciFi set in a future or AU where some humans have strong psychic abilities They may be able to read minds or heal or even kill with a thought Psions are sometimes treated as useful citizens but often are looked on with suspicion or held captive and used for their talents by the unscrupulous Pat is involved in the law enforcement end tracking down those using their psionic talent for illegal motives Kyn works for the Institute for Psionic Research responsible for finding exploited psions and running rescue operations Once the two were friends and very briefly lovers Now they are reunited in the search for a young psion with a killing talent When they find Luka his painful past wakes nightmare visions of Kyn's own history And it turns out that a young manipulable man who can kill with a thought is a hot commodity for than one userI enjoyed this story although it was a bit tropey The rape subplots and the push him away because I'm not good enough for him despite our undying love theme was heavier than I like and seemed to recur as the driving force for many of the mistakes the characters made Pat was uncritical and Kyn was very self involved and their relationship seemed to circle round in well worn paths That's not unrealistic but it didn't pull me in to care about them deeply Luka although a secondary character seemed fully rounded than the two MCs and was given a less sketchy back story so I was invested in what happened to him than in the MC romance But this isn't a fatal flaw in a heavily plot driven storyThis is the first in a series and it felt like there was promise of something deeper and developed to come I will probably read the next one to see how that plays out

  3. Arielle Pierce Arielle Pierce says:

    I have to start this by stating that I was one of the beta readers for this novel which is why I can review it a month before its release date ; I've read loads and loads of mm and written a few but I can say hand over heart that this is honestly one of the best mm books I've ever read It is beautiful both the writing style and the plot Through the entire story I was chewing my nails as I frantically scrolled the pages wondering at every turn what was about to happen nextLuka is the perfect protagonist His story is a heart breaker and he's nicely balanced by the struggles of Pat and Kyn for both one another and with their line of work They work for an organization that captures psions of which Luka is the most powerful one they've ever witnessed He's grown up on the streets of his home planet and has known only abuse first in the hands of his mother and then via the gang he falls into with who use both his skills as a psion and his body at night To his dismay he finds out that even when captured he's never really saved Not until he learns to control his frightening talentThis is the first of five novels and several novellas one of which 'Facing the Mirror' is available as a freebie get it now I'll be sitting on the edge of my seat waiting until the next one comes my way

  4. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    35 starsPretty good first book in the series

  5. Tully Vincent Tully Vincent says:

    45 starThe world building in this series is outstanding and intricate in its detail and scope In this world there doesn’t seem to be any angst over being gay yay but there is suspicion and lack of acceptance when it comes to psions I pictured Downtown Riga as a sort of galactic ghetto slum version of Vegas and the safe island was so idyllic that I want to visit The characters are complex nuanced and very believable They don’t always do the right thing and they pay the price for their bad choices There were times when I wanted to slap some sense into a couple of them but isn’t that how it is in real life?

  6. Jaye McKenna Jaye McKenna says:

    101000 wordsNow available on Smashwords and All Romance and Coming soon to other retailers

  7. Rachel Rachel says:

    7118 Currently FREE at the Smashwords summer sale

  8. Line Line says:

    Freebie at smashie right now

  9. Jill Jill says:

    I'm proud to say that I was one of the privileged Spelling WenchGrammar Nazi reviewers of this novel before it went to print The author and I go wayyyyyy back and I was honored to read some of her first writings back in the day To see that her writing has only gotten better although it wasn't bad back then makes the chance to beta read for her that much rewarding Psi Hunter is well written with an easy flow and great character development The combination of the individual story lines into one plot line makes this book what my father fondly called a son of a bitch book because you get to where you might want to stop for the night at 200 am and you can't help but turn the pagewhich is then followed by the above uotes curseI got so involved in the book that my boyfriend became concerned at times when I talked yelled cried whilst reading said book To me reading a good book is like watching a movie in my head That being said I look forward to of Jaye's booksmovies whether to beta read or just read

  10. Allie Ritch Allie Ritch says:

    This book had a dark setting lots of suspense and plenty of drama to drive the plot forward Overall it was an entertaining read

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