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I like the characters and I love that they actually had time to get to know each other instead of falling in love at first site. I like that so much of the unexpected happens and that usually when I read through books I can kind of guess what is going to happen or who did what because it just leads up to that. This book does not so that at all. Every twist and turn is completely unexpected and I absolutely loved that!
I highly recommend this book. I’ve already ordered the next book and can’t wait to start!
When she goes to her work placement, she is SITTING in a chair across from her “boss.” He tosses her a key, and surprise, surprise she falls completely out of the chair trying to catch the key. Really? Are you serious? Unless he threw that thing at her head with the speed and accuracy of a professional baseball player, or threw it in the opposite direction, I don't think I have ever seen or read about someone falling out of their chair trying to catch something, unless they are doing it for a laugh, which I am positive wasn't the authors intent. So, having read this, this is not character I want to read more about. How am I supposed to look at her as a fighter and a survivor? There isn't anything I can positively recommend about this book. I couldn't even finish it, and the few chapters that I read, were a complete waste of time.
The main protagonist, Lexi Hamilton, is just like us, facing difficulties that we face today, just on a much greater level. She may even be falling in love. But, the cost of of her love could be death, and she can't let anyone else she cares about get hurt, not even the handsome guard who has been assigned to protect who, even with his life. Why is she being protected and why is she even in the Hole? She hasn't done anything wrong! Someone has lied to her and kept secrets from her, she won't stop until she finds out what, and who! Lexi also, thinks how I feel many of us would in her situation.