Blurb from Goodreads:
They live among us. They live within us. As entities made of pure energy, the Elbie must have human hosts to survive on Earth. For some people, being a host is a great benefit. For others, it is a nightmare.
Lysandra, a headstrong mercenary, gives no thought to either side until she is hired by the Elbie that want her brother. Separated at birth, Lysandra and Brendan grew up living very different lives. She is a successful career criminal and he works for a branch of Homeland Security known as the Department of Planetary Affairs. A reunion is not something she ever wanted and now cannot escape.
Esben, the man who hired her, has been an Elbie host for years. Lysandra is important to the Elbie for one reason; they need Brendan and he will do anything for his sister. As Esben attempts to compel Lysandra to their cause, he realizes that while it’s Brendan they need, it’s Lysandra he wants.
Lysandra has lived her entire life loyal only to herself, but now, trapped between her brother’s doting attention and Esben’s determined interest, she must choose between saving her brother and betraying him.
I one-clicked this book on Amazon, the blurb sounded interesting. And it was, I liked the concept and it had a few interesting twists and turns. But to me there was something lacking. Not much, I can’t really put my finger on it, but just enough to make my frown my eyebrows. It was kind of like eating a meal, but not really sure if you’re full or not. But it could just be me. Other then that, it was an interesting read and very entertaining.