Unelmoija: The Mindshifter
Super humans versus slavers in Miami: While college friends Amy, Krissa and Lilly are in South Beach for a girls weekend Lilly goes missing. Amy and Krissa might be able to save her by using Amy’s superhuman abilities.
About the author
Unelmoija: The MindShifter: Elle Boca
What would you do if you could read someone’s mind and hear their every thought without their knowledge? What would you do if you could separate from your body and be in two places at once? What would you do if you could touch an object and sense where someone has been, a specific location or surrounding? What would you do if you found out that you were part human and part Weeia and had special abilities that had to remain secret and could not be shared with anyone but another Weeia? What would happen if you accidentally let on who you are or told someone else about your power?
Amy and Krissa are best friends and with their friend Lilly decided to celebrate the end of their classes and have some real fun. Lilly seemed to get friendly with a guy that Amy found odd and began to feel might be trouble. When entering the bar something caught Amy’s eye and from then on the plot takes off and the story will send readers on a roller coaster ride on a hunt for a young girl that was kidnapped and might have been sold to slavers. Seeing something that looked like Lilly’s Amy noticed to be her wrap but no Lilly in sight. As Krissa touches it something happens that would surprise them both. An odd feeling and a split second thought or vision as Krissa felt that she was next to both Lilly and this strange guy for a split second. But, where was Lilly and by touching the material or fabric Krissa sensed her presence but where?
The guy was nothing special and to Amy looked like a real loser and what they decided to do would send them on a hunt for a young girl that seemed to be caught up with this man, placed in a van and then the two of them find themselves face to face with someone that claimed they botched up their plan to catch this man. Read more ›
Unelmoija: The MindShifter by Elle Boca is written with a dramatic and suspenseful flair, exposing the darker, grittier underground world of human trafficking in Miami.
Although this second book in the series stands on its own, it is helpful to read the first book before this one. This second book in the Weeia series picks up right where book one leaves off.
Amy is taking it easy in Miami and spending a weekend with two of her friends (Krissa and Lily) to celebrate the end of classes for their latest college term. That is until Lily is drugged in a bar and is kidnapped by traffickers. With Krissa’s help, Amy is determined to find Lily and what is uncovered is more than both Krissa and Amy bargain for in this fast-paced, thrilling drama.
I especially liked the character development of Amy’s sister, Kat and the back-story behind what happened to her during the kidnapping and subsequent captivity when Kat and Amy’s mother were kidnapped in book one. The author does a great job in filling in the blanks and answering the questions from the first book.
I would recommend this book to those readers who like urban fantasy novels. This one is certainly a good read and perfect to read right after the first one.
Unelmoija The Mindshifter by: Elle Boco
MUST READ to learn the continuing saga of Amy McKnight!!! Another 5***** story where I’m pleased the author’s introduction of new locations, more strong characters and delving more into Duncan’s belief toward the following of the younger generation of Weeias not developing their powers or minimal at best.
We find Amy just starting a much needed vacation after a semester at college. Along with her friend and fellow Weeia and another friend that’s human. It doesn’t take long for the action to start as Lilly is kidnapped. Trying to thwart another woman from being kidnapped, the girls learn they have messed up a sting operation. But it isn’t the police, it’s Amy’s sister, Kat, whom Amy hasn’t seen or heard from in over a year. What is this group and what’s its’ purpose?
After a horrendous experience the girls are reunited with their mother. She isn’t pleased with Amy’s life being in danger again and even less pleased of what Kat has been doing. With Duncan help to lighten the mood she resigns herself to the fact her daughters are risk takers. With Duncan coming back into Amy’s life, they are polar opposites, but have a very strong bond. Is romance in the stars for Amy? Will her new power be of help in her most dire situations?
I received a free copy of this book so I could write an honest review.