Betty Welch for Fiction Vixen’s
Can Jax save her
I’ve read a few books by L.A.Remenicky, and I must say that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed them all. Ms. Remenicky has given us another great story that will suck you in and keep you there from start to finish and then leave you wanting more from this author. Ms.Remenicky has written characters that feel so real that as you read about them, you start to feel their pain, and at the same time, you can feel the love that they have for each other. Invisible is Elaine and Jax’s touching story. They both know each other from high school, Elaine is asked to tutor Jax in Geometry, but when he asked her to go out, she was so frilled about it. But then she comes home after the date an incident happened with her stepfather Keith, he started to lay into her, and poor Elaine ends up being beaten with a baseball bat. And she ends up in the hospital, while Keith is arrested.B ut when she is released from the hospital she decides that she must disappear, so she changes her name and starts to hide away because she knows Keith will come after her. It’s been 10years now, and poor Elaine is still hiding away, and Jax has joined the police force now. But then one day he’s shot and ends up having to go to a therapist, and to his surprise, the therapist turns out to be Elaine.B ut soon Elaine finds out that Keith has been released from jail and in no time she knows she must move on. So she and Jax leave to hide out again. Will Keith fine her and Jax, and can Jax protect her from her stepfather for once and for all.This is a touching second chance romance that has some suspense in the mix of it. I could tell you more about this touching story, but that would spoil it for you. I highly recommend that you read this touching story you won’t be disappointed.
Are Preppers Eccentric or Truly On To Something
This series has grabbed onto me more than I expected it too. I haven’t honestly given a lot of thought to “prepper” scenarios and wasn’t sure I would enjoy reading about it – until I got the first book in this series, and Bailey, Caleb and the rest of the Ranch crew got under my skin. Ms. Jacobey has done a magnificent job of bringing Bailey from her upscale, typical self-centered teen life to a whole new world, and a complete change of priorities and world view.
In this installment, Bailey has a number of new realities to face, both in her own life and in the things going on in the world as a whole. Though she has grown so much in a very short time, we are reminded that she is still just a teenage girl in many of her actions. They definitely have their own sense of logic at that age – something the author fully grasps and relays to the reader.
I read another review that says there was not much going on in this second book of the trilogy. I have to respectfully disagree – I think that is part of the flow of a trilogy, and feel that this was all vital to set the stage for what is to play out in the final book of this series. I cannot wait to see how Samantha brings it all together from here!
But secrets never stay secrets for long.
got the book from Ebook discovery in exchange for an honest review.
I do wish the book was longer but it was the right length for that particular story.
Another excellent piece of writing from Desiree. Very much recommended!
Easily Another 5 Stars for this Final Book in the Trilogy
I always find it difficult to write reviews for books deeper in series/trilogies because I absolutely do not want to give away any spoilers to earlier books in the series.
This trilogy grabbed me in ways that I absolutely did not expect it to – which is a high compliment from me. From the beginning, you know that the theme of this trilogy is apocalyptic, which isn’t usually a genre I seek out, but i enjoy this author and her versatility a lot, so decided to be open-minded about it. As would be expected in the final book of such a trilogy, there is an end of days scenario, but it plays out in a spine-tingling realistic way. It certainly made me think between the releases, and more surprisingly, long after I had read the last page.
Perhaps because this is not a favored genre of mine, I found the plot to have many unexpected twists and turns, but I honestly feel that credit goes directly to Ms. Jacobey rather than lack of familiarity. Regardless of the source, I absolutely loved every one of the twists and turns, and the depth of all the characters, especially those who showed surprising change and/or growth.