That’s the only math that adds up when you’re in the System.
Everywhere Nick turns, he’s surrounded by the inevitability of his own demise at the hands of the people who stole his life from him. That is, until those hands deliver the bleeding, feisty, eye-rolling Nessa Parker. Tasked with keeping his new partner alive, Nick must face all the ways he’s died and all the things he’s forgotten.
Nessa might as well give up. The moment she gets into that car, the moment she lays her hazel eyes on her new partner, her end begins. It doesn’t matter that Nick Masters can slip through time by computing mathematical algorithms in his mind. It doesn’t matter how dark and handsome and irresistibly cold he is. Nessa has to defeat her own shadows.
Together and alone, Nick and Nessa make sense of their senseless fates and fight for the courage to change it all. Even if it means the System wins and they end up…well…dead.
Readers become a part of 'The System' from the first page. However, unlike Nessa Parker, who unwillingly becomes immersed in an underground world of assassins, readers can't get enough.
Nessa's world no longer centers around boy-crazy friends and familiar hugs. Rather, she is surrounded by "recruits" - trained killers - and a captor that prefers extreme corporal punishment, such as cane beating, to address unwanted behavior...like asking questions. However, Nessa's character growth drives the plot, with all its heartache and tough lessons. She is smart, spry, and, most importantly, armed with humor.
Of course, it's easy to keep a sense of humor in the face of death when your new partner is as hot and feisty as Nick Masters. Handy with an automatic weapon, Nick can also move faster than it takes Nessa to blink...because of his algorithm. You see, everyone in the System has a personal mathematical algorithm that allows the use of a special gift, whether it be reading minds, healing others, or controlling electronics. Everyone has their own algorithm...except Nessa. So why is she there? The answer surprises Nessa more than anyone.
'The System' embraces the tough and gritty moments of Nessa and Nick's lives in a poignant manner. Nothing is ever clean or easy. People die. People kill. And people learn to survive. But what does this mean for Nessa and Nick?
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Also check out Teshelle's first novel, 'Core', if you like kickass female leads and dragons. Yeah, I said dragons. :D