Review: Dama X by J.T. Bock

May 12, 2017

Dama X by JT Bock
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - UltraSecurity #2
Release - July 30, 2016
Genre - SciFi Superhero Romance
Dual POV - 3rd person
Heat - 2 out of 5
Length - 292 pages

UltraAgent Oracle, his only hope.

After Surefire’s case, UltraAgent Oracle takes time off from using her mind reading abilities—until a horrific transhuman crime forces her back on the job at UltraSecurity. At the same time, an old promise forces UltraAgent Pax to confront a new villain on the scene—Dama X, a Mexican cartel leader with a gender-bending way of dispatching her enemies.

As those close to them become victims, their cases entangle, and Oracle hides an uncontrolled power surge from her boss, Pax—her ex-boyfriend and the one man she secretly loves. If he learns about her unstable power, Pax will remove her from the most important case of her life, even if it means he may die.
Super powers, romance, demi-gods, and unexpected twists follow UltraAgents Oracle and Pax as they travel to Mexico to solve a case that defies explanation.


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MY REVIEW

This was another thrilling chapter of the UltraSecurity series and it can be read as a standalone because the author was kind enough to fill in any potential blanks you may have. On the heels of Raven and Surefire rescuing the world from near disaster, Oracle has taken a break from her psychic abilities. Her rest was almost over before it could really begin when she's called to help on a case involving a new drug that had disturbing side effects. This case ties in with Pax's mission to defeat another threat to man and transhuman kind - she goes by the name of Dama X and she's the leader of a Mexican cartel. And... Oracle has discovered a new strength to her power which only serves to complicate matters even further.

To quote the author: "Super powers, romance, demi-gods, and unexpected twists..." Yup, that about sums up this story perfectly.

Oracle and Pax were easy to like and they both had me on the edge of my seat as they worked together and separately to right wrongs, figure out what was really going on, and found a way to resolve the issues the world faced. In the midst of the action and the supernatural, the love between these characters was somehow always felt and I appreciated the weight their feelings were given when it came to the choices they each had to make. This author easily sucked me in, once again, into this world of humans with super powers. Now that UltraSecurity has a new ally and there seems to be a better understanding of the skulls, I can't wait to see what's in store for these agents. I wouldn't mind seeing more of Raven. *hint hint*

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