Escape (Fearless #26)
This time Loki's not to blame.
This time, if anything bad happens
It's only one person's fault:
Tom Moore is in a coma and, ironically, "Loki" is too. Ed's taken up with Gaia's one female friend. The girl wonder is alone yet again, prompting the question: Is someone who is genetically fearless destined to remain loveless?
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Gaia was an awesome character, easily relatable even if she was more special than most. She still had her flaws, and in the book she was finding herself as a young woman.