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Review Opportunity: Electrokinetic by A.I. Martin

A.I. Martin
(Electro #1)
Publication date: February 7th 2017
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Science Fiction, Young Adult


Her touch is electric. Her heart is at war. Her existence is no longer her own.

On the military space station, Athena, everyone must contribute or risk being exiled to the barbaric planet, Kronos. A placement in Weapons Engineering is the only hope of becoming a recognized citizen of The Network for a genetically modified human like Helia Langdon. When she’s forced into training as a soldier, it becomes clear that she will always be as much a prisoner as the day she arrived.

But Athena isn’t the only one interested in Helia’s electrokinetic abilities.

Her best friend is trying to contain her powers. The boy who betrayed her is trying to shield them. An arrogant new Recruit has plans to use them.
An entire army wants to unleash them.

To uncover the truth about her past and the plans for her future, Helia must do the hardest thing she’s ever done.

Trust the enemy.

Electrokinetic is a YA/NA crossover and the first book in a continuing series.

Author reviews:
“Electrokinetic is a fun, fast-paced story that will have readers rooting for Helia until the very end.” — Raine Thomas, author of the Ascendant series.

“This sci-fi romance had me hooked from page one! A.I. Martin weaves an enthralling and exciting adventure with one kick butt heroine.” — Cassie Mae, author of the How To series.



You can now request a review copy of Electrokinetic by A.I. Martin, a YA/NA Science Fiction Action Romance. (MC is 19 and is transitioning into the adult world but it reads a lot like a YA.) Reviews should be posted by April 10th. Review copies will be in ebook format.

Word count: 90k
Content warnings: Some violence, swearing in made up language, mild sexual references, a love triangle, and an open ending (not quite a cliffhanger but some large unanswered questions). Suitable for ages 16+.

–Please only request if you are truly interested in reviewing.
–If you don’t blog but you post reviews on other platforms (Facebook, Goodreads etc), you can still request!
–Not all requests may get approved.
–This is not a blog tour; if approved for a copy, you choose your own day to post your review.
–Please cross-post your review on Amazon, Goodreads, and B&N if possible.

Request a review copy here!