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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? A steamy, seductive police procedural about a cyber predator whose deviant mayhem originates in the dark web. Keyboard prodigy, Lexi Donovan has risen from teenage orphan of the streets to complete independence with little help along the way. When a friend is threatened, Lexi sends an anonymous message to police, leading to a firefight that leaves a cop wounded. Detective Ethan McAllister's well-ordered life turned upside down the day an obscure text message led to a sexual predator's identity and arrest.

Since then, Callouston PD's finest can't trace the elusive hacker sending him tips. The latest text leads him to a brutal mutilation and a riddle indicating the identity of the next murder victim.

The dark net houses a playground for the morally depleted and criminally insane. When Lexi discovers a killer's digital betting arena, she finds herself centered in the cyber stalker's crosshairs, a psychopath bearing equal talent. Street life strengthened her while toughening her protective shell, but nothing could shield her from the shrewd detective forging a path to her heart.

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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Editorial Reviews Review RT Book Reviews "Digital Velocity is a fast-paced romantic suspense thriller that sophisticatedly weaves drama, excitement, grit, raw emotions and mystery.

Garrett takes her readers on a journey where suspense and romance are taken up several notches as she unfolds and reveals the identity of a murderer that is on the loose. With her vivid prose, Garrett entices readers to see the bond that is brewing between Detective Ethan McAllister and his unlikely informant. As the book begins, the detectives enter a murder scene that quickly devolves into an ambush. Ethan barely survives, which causes the tipster - an elite hacker named Lexi - to come forward out of guilt.

With Lexi's help, Ethan and Larrick wade ever deeper into a world that scarcely resembles their own. The pair track a psychotic murderer whose bloodlust seems to know no bounds. Once the investigation gets rolling, no one is safe.

Make no mistake, this is no cozy mystery. Crime thriller fans comfortable with prevalent use of torture, sex toys, rape, power games and mutilation will be right at home with Digital Velocity. Alongside the investigation itself, author Reily Garrett layers in a compelling romance and some extremely hot sex, including one passage that may be a contender for sex scene of the decade. But the real hook here is the chemistry between investigative pals Ethan and Larrick.

While their foul-mouthed banter is a little over the top - they continue to wise-crack and throw good-natured barbs at each other even when getting shot at - their connection feels organic and earned. Ethan may be the star of this novel, but the buddy cop relationship is the glue. I am warm, moist, and dark but give no comfort.

I can stretch and shrink, giving or taking at will, bringing both pain and pleasure with each. Then he'd smother your soul with the essence of venison, squirrel, frog legs, taters, or beer, to attract a likely counterpart from the sticks.

The latter has already happened, hasn't it? If his pound mass ended up sprawled on the steps, no doubt the picture would be splashed all over the precinct by noon with various unsavory captions. Watch your step, it's slippery.

Terrific novel from a writer of immense skill. This is a series to follow! I was lucky to be first approached by this amazing author to review some of her other titles and now I am even luckier to be part of a blog tour promoting her new series. As other books by her, "Digital Velocity" is a great combination between passion and mystery.

She has a way of building our suspense and keeping us fully emerged in her story! There is a lot that I could say, not only about the storyline but also about the pace and style of the book but in all honesty, this is a story that should be experienced, the depth of detail and authenticity of the actions and incidents were second to none. I thought the author was able to place me centrally into the storyline and to orchestrate the story all around me, I felt engaged and engulfed.

Ethan and Lexi were superb but I thoroughly enjoyed all the sharp banter that all of the guys brought to the page. These were guys that I wanted to spend time with and that I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall in the squad room with, they called it as they saw it and took their opportunities when they were presented.

A superb start to the series, can't wait for the next book! She has written a really good murder mystery that allows Lexi and Ethan's relationship to take off. I love Ethan's bothers and sister. And I also love how that allows Lexi to enter into a family. Reily really made Lexi's introduction into his family believable for me.

And Lexi allowed herself to have faith that Ethan would not let her down. I can't wait to see where Reily takes this series!!! There is a good twist at the end and some believable red herrings along the way. Reily is a West Coastgirl transplanted to the opposite shore. When she's not working with her dogs,you can find her curled up with a book or writing her next story.

Pastemployment as an ICU nurse, private investigator, and work in the militarypolice has given her countless experiences in a host of different environmentsto add a real world feel to her fiction. Over time, andseveral careers, many incidents have flavored the plots of her stories. Man'scruelty and ingenuity for torment and torture is boundless, not contained by aninfinite imagination.

Witnessing the after-effects of a teenager mugged atknife point for a pair of tennis shoes, or an elderly woman stabbed repeatedlywith a screwdriver for no apparent reason, left an indelible impression thatwill forever haunt her subconscious.

In counterpoint, she has observed a womanstop her vehicle in severe, snowy weather to offer her own winter coat to a stranger, a teenager wearing a threadbarehoodie. Life's diversities are endless. Though her kidsare her life, writing is Reily's life after. The one enjoyed after the kids arein bed or after they're in school and the house is quiet.

This is the time shekicks back with laptop and lapdog to give her imagination free rein. Product details File Size: July 10, Sold by: Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention ethan lexi killer romance brothers mystery garrett detective police reily honest murder action partner copy serial hacker computer main donovan. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Lexi lived on the streets, with a marginalized group of women as her family. Lexi learned to hold her heart safe and sound. Ethan is surrounded by his family. His brothers work in some form of law enforcement, while his sister is an attorney. Matt went the K-9 route. Lucas works in the narcotics division, which generally keeps him out in the field. Billy works in the criminal division. Caden is a private investigator, catching crooks from a different perspective.

His partner Larrick is a maverick, both in his approach to law enforcement and to life. Lexi helps him from a distance, using her incredible IT skills. Talented author Reily Garrett weaves an edgy, at times dark murder mystery. Many authors choose to skirt around the more difficult social issues. Garrett takes the reader along with her as she tackles homelessness and human trafficking with compassion and in-your-gut realism. She explores the attraction between Ethan and Lexi with a more gentle hand, balancing the graphic violence with a sweet romance.

Garrett is also a genius with dialogue. Her byplay among the brothers made me laugh, while she cleverly depicted strong family bonds and love. After starting several books without being able to finish them, this book inspired me to keep on reading free books. It grabbed me from the beginning and did not let go until the end. Great characters, and plot. Detective Ethan McAllister's life seems to have turned upside down.

He's received a text message which will lead him to a sexual predator's identity. Lexi Donovan used to be an orphan, living on the streets had may her very savvy, and now years later she is a computer hacker. When a friend is threatened, she sends an anonymous message to Ethan.

Things implode into a difficult hunt for the killer.

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I am warm, moist, and dark but give no comfort. I can stretch and shrink, giving or taking at will, bringing both pain and pleasure with each. Then he'd smother your soul with the essence of venison, squirrel, frog legs, taters, or beer, to attract a likely counterpart from the sticks.

The latter has already happened, hasn't it? If his pound mass ended up sprawled on the steps, no doubt the picture would be splashed all over the precinct by noon with various unsavory captions. Watch your step, it's slippery. Terrific novel from a writer of immense skill.

This is a series to follow! I was lucky to be first approached by this amazing author to review some of her other titles and now I am even luckier to be part of a blog tour promoting her new series. As other books by her, "Digital Velocity" is a great combination between passion and mystery. She has a way of building our suspense and keeping us fully emerged in her story! There is a lot that I could say, not only about the storyline but also about the pace and style of the book but in all honesty, this is a story that should be experienced, the depth of detail and authenticity of the actions and incidents were second to none.

I thought the author was able to place me centrally into the storyline and to orchestrate the story all around me, I felt engaged and engulfed. Ethan and Lexi were superb but I thoroughly enjoyed all the sharp banter that all of the guys brought to the page. These were guys that I wanted to spend time with and that I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall in the squad room with, they called it as they saw it and took their opportunities when they were presented.

A superb start to the series, can't wait for the next book! She has written a really good murder mystery that allows Lexi and Ethan's relationship to take off. I love Ethan's bothers and sister. And I also love how that allows Lexi to enter into a family. Reily really made Lexi's introduction into his family believable for me. And Lexi allowed herself to have faith that Ethan would not let her down. I can't wait to see where Reily takes this series!!! There is a good twist at the end and some believable red herrings along the way.

Reily is a West Coastgirl transplanted to the opposite shore. When she's not working with her dogs,you can find her curled up with a book or writing her next story.

Pastemployment as an ICU nurse, private investigator, and work in the militarypolice has given her countless experiences in a host of different environmentsto add a real world feel to her fiction. Over time, andseveral careers, many incidents have flavored the plots of her stories.

Man'scruelty and ingenuity for torment and torture is boundless, not contained by aninfinite imagination. Witnessing the after-effects of a teenager mugged atknife point for a pair of tennis shoes, or an elderly woman stabbed repeatedlywith a screwdriver for no apparent reason, left an indelible impression thatwill forever haunt her subconscious.

In counterpoint, she has observed a womanstop her vehicle in severe, snowy weather to offer her own winter coat to a stranger, a teenager wearing a threadbarehoodie. Life's diversities are endless. Though her kidsare her life, writing is Reily's life after. The one enjoyed after the kids arein bed or after they're in school and the house is quiet. This is the time shekicks back with laptop and lapdog to give her imagination free rein.

Product details File Size: July 10, Sold by: Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention ethan lexi killer romance brothers mystery garrett detective police reily honest murder action partner copy serial hacker computer main donovan.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Lexi lived on the streets, with a marginalized group of women as her family. Lexi learned to hold her heart safe and sound. Ethan is surrounded by his family. His brothers work in some form of law enforcement, while his sister is an attorney. Matt went the K-9 route. Lucas works in the narcotics division, which generally keeps him out in the field. Billy works in the criminal division.

Caden is a private investigator, catching crooks from a different perspective. His partner Larrick is a maverick, both in his approach to law enforcement and to life. Lexi helps him from a distance, using her incredible IT skills. Talented author Reily Garrett weaves an edgy, at times dark murder mystery. Many authors choose to skirt around the more difficult social issues. Garrett takes the reader along with her as she tackles homelessness and human trafficking with compassion and in-your-gut realism.

She explores the attraction between Ethan and Lexi with a more gentle hand, balancing the graphic violence with a sweet romance. Garrett is also a genius with dialogue. Her byplay among the brothers made me laugh, while she cleverly depicted strong family bonds and love. After starting several books without being able to finish them, this book inspired me to keep on reading free books.

It grabbed me from the beginning and did not let go until the end. Great characters, and plot. Detective Ethan McAllister's life seems to have turned upside down. He's received a text message which will lead him to a sexual predator's identity. Lexi Donovan used to be an orphan, living on the streets had may her very savvy, and now years later she is a computer hacker. When a friend is threatened, she sends an anonymous message to Ethan.

Things implode into a difficult hunt for the killer. Before long, Lexi is targeted by an equally talented cyber stalker. I found this novel hard to enjoy in the beginning. Perhaps due to the banter and innuendos between many of the characters which did not impress me. But I stuck with this book where the more exciting investigation is priority, rather than just the relationship developed between McAllister and Donovan.

It was okay, but in the beginning I almost stopped reading the story. Give it a try. What do you think? Well, it was time to go outside the box again, and for this go around I selected a romantic suspense novel, Digital Velocity, which is book 1 in the new McAllister Justice series.

It is also a police procedural, my favorite genre of all, so, OK, I cheated a bit. In any event, I had a good time with Digital Velocity. Just prior to digging into this one, I read the prequel novella to the series, Tender Echoes. The prequel introduces us to hacker extraordinaire Lexi, who plays a big role in book 1, and briefly introduces us to the five McAllister brothers. Four are members of the police, and one is a PI. There is also a sister who is an attorney.

The McAllister brothers are tightly knit and love to banter and kiddingly insult each other. Ethan McAllister, a police detective and fourth brother, takes center stage in Digital Velocity, along with Lexi. I really liked these characters. We get to know Ethan, and especially Lexi, really well, which is a big plus in my book. Both Ethan and Lexi have dogs, Diego and Hoover.

The plot is a good one, though pretty straightforward in that there are not a lot of threads to resolve. Lexi is anonymously feeding cybertips to Ethan in hopes that he can use the info to crack the case of a repeat killer. Eventually, necessity brings Lexi and Ethan together. At that point we get a slow buildup to a highly suspenseful and thrilling climax. In fact, the whole last half of the book had me on needles.

The characters at a late point in the story were in such a predicament I saw no way out; that kept the pages turning pretty darn fast! Garrett obviously put a lot of time into researching cutting edge technology and the dark web, which are heavily featured here in a very readable way.

As an aside, as I was reading this story, it struck me how technology has partnered with evil to create a much more frightening and violent world than just a few decades ago. Also, Tanker learns the danger of bingeing on dill pickles, suffers from severe stomach pain, and learns where his limits lie. Desperate to prove to Jennifer that he's romantic, Sam plans a romantic dinner for the two of them. However, when he lets Tanker, Sydney, Amp, and Mrs. Starkey help him out, Malcolm overhears this and sends an upgraded Sybo into Mrs.

Starkey's egg-timer to make her go insane. Sam's report for school is destroyed by Elizabeth, and Sam feels he's about to face impending doom at school because of this. But that is the least of his worries when Kilokahn, against Malcolm's wishes, releases the Thorned Virus to sound off an alarm system which will apparently trigger warheads throughout the globe.

Amp is attempting to get in shape for a competition, and Malcolm creates a virus which Kilokhan brings to life behind Malcolm's back. This Mega-Virus Monster attempts to knock out all the electricity in the world and forward it to Kilokhan.

When the lights go out, Amp needs to amp up his legs for a exercise bike that will provide enough power for Servo to face the virus.

Sydney wins a date with superstar Chad Williams, leaving Tanker very jealous. Sam tries to convince him not to be jealous. Meanwhile, Malcolm attempts revenge at the people of Japan, where his new hard drive came.

It ate his disk and severely messed up his hand after attempting to eat it as well. He sends out a Smog Virus to harm the people. Sam catches this and goes in as Servo. However, when Servo is nearly defeated, Tanker must overcome his jealousy long enough to help him defeat the Smog Virus as Drago. Malcolm creates a Stupid Virus in order to tamper with the National Scholastic Placement Test's scores at high school and Principal Pratchert accuses Amp of tampering with the scores.

However, Sydney catches on and Sam defeats the virus. Syd and Amp tied for the highest score while Malcolm gets low scores on his tesst. Malcolm upgrades the Chronic virus and sends him into the school's stage lights. Sam goes in as Servo, but is nearly defeated thanks to the upgrades that Malcolm gave Chronic. Sydney goes in as Drago to help Sam defeat Chronic. A Rock n' Roll Virus is created to turn Mrs. Starkey into a heavy Rock n' Roll maniac when Malcolm sends it into her tape player.

Malcolm creates the Manfu virus and sends it into the school's water fountain, causing whoever touches it to become stiff and unable to move or speak. That victim is Sam.

How will he be able to fight if he can't move? It's up to his friends to help him out on that. Kilokahn no longer wants Malcolm's help in making viruses, so he turns to the first computer user he can find, which is Sydney.

He gets her to create her own virus for Servo to fight, against Sydney's wishes as she planned to create it as an anti-virus. After a bit of confusion, it seemed as if the virus would not cause any harm after all, that is until a jealous Malcolm turns the virus completely evil and forces Kilokhan to return to him.

Sydney, feeling responsible, aids Servo in defeating the virus by piloting the Drago system in order to create Phormo. Sam disguises himself as a girl in order to break into Sydney's club at school, but then he is discovered by Mrs. After Sam runs out, Starkey snoops around on Sydney's laptop and is accidentally sucked into Syberspace, inside one of the Sybersquad's vehicles, Drago! Meanwhile, Kilokhan forces Malcolm to study how his viruses always loses to the Servo Program and they discover the weak link in the Servo Program's line of defense.

So Malcolm does all he can to help aid the Raedon virus and put up a wall to prevent Servo from seeking aid. However, he is foiled by Starkey who is already in the digital world fighting the virus and Sam as Servo. Afterwards Sam and Tanker owes Sydney an apology for their behavior.

She forgives them on the grounds they also must apologize to Mrs. When Sam goes to apologize, he hears her telling him she had this weird dream about piloting a digital jet and actually enjoyed it. Malcolm revamps the Plexton virus and sends it into Sam's blow-dryer. After water is dumped on his head from Elizabeth's prank, Sam is forced to use the dryer, only to have it turn his hair into a whole messy field of static electricity. Malcolm creates a virus with the intent of altering the high school students' new schedules to schedules with undesirable classes, as well as putting him in all the same classes as Jennifer.

Sydney catches on to Malcolm's plan and sends both Sam and Tanker to take out the virus. Kilokahn sends out a global taunt via television to Servo to fight against the upgraded Hock virus, now the Hockinator, or else all television stations around the world would be shut down permanently.

Nixtor is sent into Tanker's walkman and headphones, Tanker's memories are affected as a result, introducing random and fictional memories, which distract the teens from the real danger in Cyberspace. Luckily, Sam and Sydney catches on and they stop Nixtor. Malcolm sends a virus that resembles a non-armored version of Krono into a music box, hoping that when Jennifer opens it, she would fall in love with the first person she'd see — Malcolm.

Sam is very angry when he feels that Jennifer is hoping to dump him for Malcolm and retreats to his own room. Starkey opens the box and she chases after Malcolm in love. Sydney and Tanker suspects a virus is in the box. They appeal to Sam to help Malcolm and Mrs. He refuses to help, believing that Malcolm got what he deserved with Starkey chasing after him for stealing Jennifer away and the other cruel things he did to Sam.

Amp wisely convinces Sam to let go of his grudge and destroy the virus in order to break the horrid love spell. Eventually, Jennifer reconciles with Sam and she is able to explain that she merely asked Malcolm to help with the decorations for Yoli's surprise birthday party. She also explains that had she asked Sam, they'd never get anything done because all they would think about is being with each other.

Malcolm is further frustrated when Kilokhan reveals it was part of his plan to teach Malcolm a lesson in ordering him around. Malcolm resurrects the Manfu virus to create a barrier around the high school, which imprisons the gang, who is staying after school.

Tensions fly for the gang as the time goes stuck together and they begin verbally attacking one another. Starkey is disheartened that she can't attend an annual Thanksgiving motorcycle trip with her friends due to the Stupid Virus cutting all her utilities. Sam and the others form an impromptu play and meal in her honor, but how can they entertain Mrs.

Starkey and stop the Stupid Virus at the same time? It's Christmas time and everyone but Malcolm are into the holiday spirit, preparing for the charity toy drive. Malcolm decides to take his rage out on them by sending the Smog Virus into the battery powered toys and sets it to explode at midnight.

After the destruction of the Smog Virus, Malcolm and Kilokhan track Servo's home data stack to within a 6-mile radius of Malcolm's computer. Knowing he's close, Kilokhan sends Malcolm out to set up the town with Christmas lights to give Kilokhan the power to pin-point their enemy. When he finds and erases the minds of Tanker, Syd and Amp, he turns against Malcolm. When Sam is knocked out cold and unable to become Servo, Malcolm realizes what he has done. Now determined to help save Christmas and the world, Malcolm assists in transferring Sam's mind to Servo and goes on one last mission to destroy Kilokhan.

When he destroys the Samurai vehicles, Malcolm and Jennifer watch and hope that Servo can save the day once again. A power surge is created in syberspace, and when Sam uses the computer to investigate, he, as Servo, is thrust through syberspace in a rapid, endless, and uncontrollable flight. Throughout the day, Sydney keeps hearing his calls for help everywhere she is, though Tanker and Amp don't believe her at first. Until that is, they hear it too and investigate.

If Servo is to escape, Plexton awaits him. With the help of a television screen and the upgraded Kord virus, Kilokahn sets out to put everyone in North Valley High School under his power.

Can Team Samurai, who are stuck in detention, put a stop to this? In this clip show , Amp is supposedly in trouble and gone from school and the gang and Yolanda and Jennifer recall past experiences with Amp. It's revealed that Amp is back in outer space and later, the gang witnesses the arrival of surfer Lucky London, who would become the newest member of Team Samurai. Malcolm resurrects the Kord virus and uses him to turn people into a bunch of overly generous people, including the gang of Team Samurai.

Sam and Sydney aren't affected and is able to bring Lucky and Tanker back to their senses to defeat the virus and turn everything back to normal. Malcolm uses the Skorn virus in order to win the student body presidential election over Yolanda Pratchert. Principal Pratchert is put in a bind when he is asked to recount the votes, but can't or he would show favoritism, causing a rift between father and daughter.

He eventually decides to do the right thing when Mrs. Starkey suspects that the voting was rigged. Meanwhile Sam and the others go to battle the virus. Sybo is sent into Jennifer's pager by Malcolm that gives off a hypnotic beep that he hopes will convince Jennifer that she doesn't like Sam, but Malcolm. Kilokhan is against it and makes him realize that if Servo frees her, she will realize what's going on and they would be exposed.

So Malcolm in a moment of humanity convinces Jennifer to leave him and return to her normal life. The Skeleton virus is created that causes everyone affected to forget everything - even who they are. Sam is the only one who retains his memory due to having the Servo device on his wrist and helps his friends long enough to regain their memories to stop the virus as Syncro. Malcolm resurrects Skorn and sends him into Sam's radio show at school, causing embarrassing secrets to be revealed about people, including Sydney and Tanker's secrets.

Sam must face Skorn and stop him once more in order to stop the leak at the station before Lucky spills the beans about Team Samurai and Servo! Lucky decides to incorporate the concept of Sam disappearing into syberspace behind a curtain as a part of his magic act at school.

After the first part of the trick works, the second part doesn't, since Sam, as Servo, is stuck fighting the Chronic virus again thanks in part of Malcolm's sabotage.

Malcolm decides to use a virus in order to mentally bring Principal Pratchert back to his hippie days, much to Lucky's pleasure. But Pratchert's job is on the line, as a school inspector named Mr. Lapel is due to arrive and can't walk in on a classroom strike led by the principal! Trembulor is upgraded for the purpose that, whenever Servo is fighting him, no one will be able to hear Servo's calls for help if he gets into a jam.

Luckily Sydney thinks she hears him everywhere she goes and Tanker uses Drago to rescue him. When Hock is sent into the school computer in order to tamper with the summer school program files, the school sends an anti-virus system to destroy him.

Then Kilokahn alters the anti-virus to look like Manfu - and turn him evil - to get Servo to try to destroy it, not knowing what consequences would lie in wait should the anti-virus be destroyed Luckily Tanker catches it and convinces Sydney to use her skills without her reference manuals.

She does and helps Sam save both the anti-virus and defeat Hock. This corrects the earlier mistake that leads to Malcolm attending Summer School when it's revealed he had been missing classes.

Lucky is trying to save up money for a fantastic surf board, but is failing in several jobs. Starkey gives him a chance, the register mysteriously comes short the exact amount Lucky needs for his new board! Now a fugitive on the lam from the principal and the authorities, Sam and the others find out that Kord is responsible.

A power surge in syberspace sends Sam into an alternate universe, where everyone he knows is different than from the universe he knows: Yolanda is a nasty individual who creates viruses for Kilokahn, Lucky is a prep, Tank is a thug, Sydney is a cheerleader, Jennifer is a nerd, and Malcolm is a good-spirited guy who likes to help people. Sam must destroy the Hockinator virus in the alternate universe and find a way back home before it's too late.

Sam, Tanker and Lucky try to get basketball superstar Charles "High Jump" Johnson to come to their school before a big game tonight by telling him there is a charity event. When High Jump finds out that it is all a scam, everyone can't leave the school because of the Krono virus which created a barrier around the school.

Because of this he will likely miss the game, unless the Syber Squad and the help of High Jump, can defeat the virus in order to send High Jump on his way. While Sam is home spending time with Jennifer, Sydney, Tanker, Lucky and Yolanda are taking a camping trip out in nature.

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