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Cycles by Lois D. Brown
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Feb 18, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: ebook, own
Read on February 18, 2012

From the first page, CYCLES is blasting with action and suspense. It never stops or slows down until the end. Lois has written a very unique and intriguing read that many will love and enjoy. As you learn to know Renee and not only what she has came from, but about to go through, you can't help but soften your heart towards her.

It all started when Dr. Dawson needed to go out of town, leaving Renee tending to his horse and to lock up when she was through. Obviously, Dr. Dawson felt the need to protect his things well, because he had a very high powered security system installed for his numerous trips away. However, nobody seemed to ever know where he went. No sooner than he left, Renee heard people creeping around and talking about busting in. Ah, with a little smart thinking, Renee hopped on the back of Dr. Dawson's prized horse and timed it just right. As the doors broke open, she charged at them. It's when she fell off the horse that put her in critical condition.
Apparently, (and this is very, very odd I might add) Renee needed a blood transfusion. When her blood type was tested, it came back with very odd results. No one had ever seen anything like this before. She was going to die if she didn't get this blood but there was none to give. Suddenly, Dr. Dawson walks in, takes over and demands someone go to his house and bring the blood from his basement. He had taken it from her awhile back. Kept it there. Sounds creepy right? Hey, it saved her life!
Once fully recovered, Renee started realizing that things weren't adding up. Too many run arounds, too many secrets, too many hidden truths. She wanted answers. It became obvious that everyone around her, including her parents and her doctor, where keeping secrets. Secrets about her. Unfortunately, it was way more than she had bargained for.

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