Review – Knight Awakening by Rebecca Zanetti

Posted October 17, 2022 by Carole in Reviews / 10 Comments

Review – Knight Awakening by Rebecca ZanettiKnight Awakening by Rebecca Zanetti
Narrator: Michael Pauley
Series: Scorpius Syndrome #6
Published by RAZ INK LLC on March 14, 2022
Genres: Fiction / Romance / Action & Adventure
Length: 10 hours 38 minutes
Format: Audiobook
Source: Purchased
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The line between obsession and love has disappeared.

The world has changed. Any rules that might’ve been in place before the Scorpius bacterium ripped through civilization and decreased its population are no longer in place. Obsession and survival are the new reality. So, Marcus Knight, after a hellish time in captivity that stole most of his memory and all of his soul, has one focus, and that’s keeping Dr. Penelope Kim safe in the aftermath. She’d risked her life to save him once, and she’s all that matters. For months, he’s kept his distance, protecting her from afar, because he knows that one touch - one sigh - one kiss - from her will never be enough.

Passion is a dangerous and deadly temptation.

Penny Kim is one of the few doctors still living, and she alone holds the key to ensuring the human race continues. Several of her friends are pregnant, and the clock is ticking down on their survival. Her days are filled with experiments and hope, while her nights are consumed with visions and dreams of the hard-bodied and powerful soldier who’s made her safety his one and only mission. She should be wary of him; she should be terrified of him. Yet all she feels is an unreal craving for his touch that gets stronger every day. Life is short, and she’s unwilling to wait, unaware of the danger already hunting them both. Some risks are worth it, even in this new and dangerous world.

I enjoyed this book and the series overall. This is the sixth and final book in the Scorpius Syndrome series and I was eager to see how everything would wrap up. I have been very curious about Marcus since he first appeared in the series so I was excited to finally get his story. Penelope was the perfect match for Marcus so it was easy to get behind the romance in the story. I am so glad that I finally took the time to tackle this entertaining series.

Before we met Marcus, he spent time as a prisoner enduring a series of experiments run on him. This experience not only changed his personality but also stole his memories. He is determined to keep Penelope safe and will do whatever it takes to achieve that goal. I really enjoyed watching Penny start to connect with Marcus on a deeper level. Penny is a busy woman since she is the only doctor around and she needs to find a way to help women carry a pregnancy to term as soon as possible. This story was exciting with a nice blend of romance and action.

Michael Pauley did a wonderful job with the narration of this book. I think that he was a good choice to narrate this series. The voices that he uses for both the male and female characters were very well done. I had no problem listening to this book for hours at a time and believe that his narration added to my overall enjoyment of the story.

I would definitely recommend this series to others. I really liked the end-of-the-world scenario and enjoyed getting to know all of the characters. The series really does need to be read in order since each installment builds on the events from previous books. I thought that this book brought the series to a very satisfying conclusion. I hope to read more of Rebecca Zanetti’s work very soon!

10 responses to “Review – Knight Awakening by Rebecca Zanetti

  1. Great review you have here Carole! I just love that you enjoyed this one so much. I need to get back to this series though. But I really adore the setting and the whole trying to defeat the corrupt evil.

  2. This is the only book of the series I haven’t read, but I’ve got it. I’ve enjoyed both characters in the earlier books so I know I’ll like it, too.

  3. I’ve heard great things about Zanetti, but haven’t delved into her works myself. Frankly, the thought of starting another series seems too daunting. Does she write standalones too?