Friday, 27 April 2018

Cephalopod Coffeehouse: April 2018

Welcome one and all to the Cephalopod Coffeehouse, a cozy gathering of book lovers, meeting to discuss their thoughts regarding the works they enjoyed most over the previous month. 

Hosted by The Armchair Squid.

Here is my 5* Book for the month of April 2018

The Weakest Lynx
(The Lynx Series)
An Iniquus Romantic Suspense Mystery Thriller


Lexi Sobado is a young woman with a special gift: she's psychic. But even knowing things others don't, Lexi's unable to avoid genuine danger when a stalker focuses his evil on her. As the situation escalates, she must navigate through a sinister web of fear and danger to stay alive.

When the madman forces his way into Lexi's home, she sustains near-fatal injuries.Lexi's survival means she is the only one who can identify the stalker, and she becomes the critical witness who might hold the key to stopping the murderer terrifying the families of Washington's elite intelligence agencies.

Striker Rheas, an ex-Navy SEAL, and his team of expert operators are charged with protecting Lexi. The more time Striker spends on this security assignment, the more trouble he has maintaining the boundaries of professionalism. He knows Lexi is keeping secrets, and protecting her is not going to be an easy task if he's missing vital information . . . and losing his heart to her.

Somewhere between peril and resolve, Striker must find a way to help Lexi trust. What she hides, what she reveals, and what she uncovers will need to find the perfect balance if she's going to save her own life and stop the killer. And time is running out.

A thrilling novel of uncompromising determination, courage, and intense risks taken to protect the greater good.


Lexi is a young woman with an unconventional upbringing giving her unique gifts.  

A stalker brings terror into her life and other people who make a significant impact on her and her life.

A brilliant book which keeps you on the edge of your seat.

I couldn’t stop reading it.

N.B.  don't be put off by the 'romantic' element in this book - it is not Mills & Boon.  


  1. Not sure who Mills and Boon are, but romance has never put me off...ever. Honestly thought, because of the Lynx in the name, this would be a shifter romance and I would be all-in on that stuff. Still sounds like a fun one what with the psychic abilities.
    Thanks for sharing!
    V of V's Reads

  2. Sounds like a good read! Thanks for the recommendation :)

  3. The mystery and thriller aspects might draw me into this series. Thanks for sharing.