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Dancing in the Dark (The Base Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08BRZ8HYD
- Publication date : July 9, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 758 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 145 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #175,137 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Ardan MacNamara has created a safe haven, “The Base,” for victims of child trafficking. Working with Alasdair Stark-MacNamara, his husband, they plan to eradicate as much of this horrid endeavor as possible. To reinforce their efforts, Ardan enters prison, undercover as an inmate, planning to convince a group of unjustly imprisoned officers to become members of The Base.
Along with Ardan and Alasdair, the trio of Wendell White, Winter Lampard and Davina Palmer create an intimate and interesting subplot. Then there are the intriguing Brennan MacNamara and Prince Cillian; who we can expect more from. And you never know what the evil and sadistic Fabian Bloom is going to enact next. What about Bernard; what is his story? And Saint (Llewellyn Saint-James) deserves some attention as well. There are a whole host of interesting characters, from Ardan and Alasdair’s children to the Bloom clan.
I don’t really know how to adequately summarize the intensity that enlivens Dancing in the Dark. It is dark and mysterious. Yet, there is an abundance of love and compassion. The residents of The Base are a close-knit “family” unit made of broken souls, who come together to create a positive future, as they tend to the lasting impact of the past atrocities. Yet, they strive to eliminate the evil that exists in some very twisted so-called human beings.
Dancing in the Dark is definitely setting the stage for more. I wouldn’t call it a cliffhanger exactly, but we are left with a hundred and one questions. There are plot lines that aren’t fully flushed out and stories left untold. I guess that is why Dancing in the Dark is the beginning of a series. Where will Arden and Alasdair take us next? Time will tell, but their work isn’t done and there are tortured souls to save and twisted adversaries to remove
With Dancing in the Dark, Ms. Wolfe pairs up with a new partner, and while it is possible to see a dfference between this book and previous ones the flow I came to expect is still there. These books are intense and cover topics that may be triggers for some, however, these topics do not overshadow the story, which is helpful for those of us who have to be watchful for such things.