My Review of 'Red-Line: Mirrors' by J.T. Bishop
"The stakes are raised…
Sarah Randolph is a Red-Line, the last of a unique alien species now living on earth. Her Shift to Red-Line complete, she faces a new challenge when her newfound abilities inexplicably vanish, jeopardizing her chance to save the race she’s newly joined.
And she must decide…
Now Sarah finds herself at a crossroads. She can’t deny the attraction she feels for her Protector, John Ramsey, but that desire may prove deadly when she is forced to trust the one man she fears the most…another Red-Line whose interest in Sarah could cost her more than she’s prepared to give.
Whether to follow her fate…
With time running out, will Sarah be able to save her friends? Or will her nemesis succeed in separating her from the man she loves and ultimately make her his own?
Part two of a three-part series. See my part 1 review here."
My Personal Review
I was excited to see Sarah's abilities flourish in this book, but the first section I find out she lost everything that she had, and she's pretty upset about it. Locked in a house (and basically banned from leaving), Sarah starts giving attitude and frankly-- Ramsey is sick of it!
Unfortunately, Sarah comes into contact with the 'bad guy', and from that point forward, there was this 'ominous' feeling hanging around. This story unfolded in a manner that I was not expecting, and the plot thickens and gets exciting, suspenseful, and exhilarating all together in a twisted knot.
I can't wait for Part 3, these stories are a lot different than what I normally find myself reading, but through these books I have found that I love this genre!
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