Holy shit! Quills and Daggers is the first book of Chris Genovese’s that s I’ve ever read. I loved it! Amazing story!
The fifth episode in The Collective – series is fast paced, sexy, violent… the characters are intriguing, and I enjoyed their backstories. Well, in all honesty, I loved the whole book and devoured it in one night.
Ivory has a tattoo shop with his brother Kevin, and after a rough past, he has finally found his place in life. And then one day, a girl that he used to know, shows up. Nikki shares history with Ivory (or James as he was called back then) and Kevin, they used to be tight together.
A second chance at love – that’s Ivory and Nikki, but it there are plenty of violent, scary events before that happens. But the chemistry is there all along, proof of Genovese’s writing talent.
Quills and Daggers was… well it was basically everything that a good, enthralling story is. And it took The Collective story further, revealing enough to keep the reader interested. The development in The Collective – plot is very well written, and continuity is there, the flow of the story is good.