# OF STARS 4/5 Genre: paranormal Pages: 288
Doctor Doolittle in female form creates X-Men on steroids. Murder, kidnapping, and blackmail follow as world-renowned geneticist Victory Winters is forced to pursue her research on canine DNA.
Victory possesses an unusual innate sense of communication, boarding on telepathic when relating to animals. This unique ability has elevated her status to world renowned genetic research specialist. She is kidnapped and blackmailed with threats to her family, forcing her to work for a rival corporation, Biotec and run by a madman CEO.
Naval officer Tristan Farraday is sent undercover to track Biotec’s experiments. These experiments involve implanting genus canis DNA into humans thereby manipulating their genetic makeup, in hopes to create the perfect soldier.
First suspecting Victory as being associated with Biotec, Tristan later realizes that she has been pulled into this world against her wishes. Victory refuses to divulge the genetic answers Biotec demands. She believes Biotec is looking to exploit her findings, by using them in a destructive manner. Will Tristan be able to rescue her from this madman’s grip and save her family? Can he keep the research Victory discovers away from enemy hands?
Reviewed by Lilly:
If you follow and love the Ghostwalker series you will love Chasing Victory. It was a true delight. The only reason why this book got 4 stars out of 5 for me was becasue for myself, it was a little slow to start. But it was also enough to keep my interest going to chase Victory. The chemisty between Victory and Tristan was very apparent from the begin of the book. The book didnt get into the details of steamy bedroom scenes but focus more on the story line and the love affair going on which was fine for me. Plot twist and get storyline. Also learning that the Winter sisters are actaully triplets was pretty interesting. I think there is more behind this. Im going to enjoy this series. Cant wait to see what happens with the sisters.