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Guarding Charon by KateMarie Collins
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Jun 20, 2016

really liked it

I was given this novel to read as an advanced reader's copy in exchange for a fair and honest review. Ms. Collins offers and easy read for all of us who want to start again.

The intriguing plot captured me from the first few pages and involved me completely in the heroine's plight. Each one of her actions become mine by way of the skillful writing. Ms. Collins doesn't tell us about making a cup of coffee, she involves us in the actions, the smell and the need—just like everything else that follows. Who hasn't found life working against them? But, in this case, the character who will change her name to Amber, has no incentive to carry on working. She grabs at the chance to escape from her circumstances. Of course, when she realizes the wealth and privileges that come with the offer, she's ready to go. And we, as the reader, set off with her on the adventure. But lurking in the background, her foe clings on.

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June 19, 2016 – Finished Reading
June 20, 2016 – Shelved

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