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- Publisher: Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing (June 12, 2013)
- Publication Date: June 12, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DDVM8A8
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In Embracing Hamilton, Amelia is trying to come to terms with her father’s death (again). Finding him and losing him so shortly after is a nightmare. Even worse is the connection she has to her grandfather; Marius Benedict. Marius is the one who invented the JackRabbit7, and he’s…. uhmmm…. Special? Being linked to her grandfather is a problem for Amelia, especially because the link is one of her feeling his pain. The question is…. Can he feel HER pain? And if either of them dies, will the other perish as well?
And it gets even better…. Amelia’s father wanted her to take over the branch of IA where he worked. But is he equipped to it, or is she too soft hearted?
To make matters even worse… a flu epidemic is flourishing, and the Coalition (Marius Benedict) is proclaiming that they have a vaccine to protect people. (Yeah… that was my thought too). So, now Amelia not only has to deal with another scheme from her grandfather, her (used to be) best friend’s son is missing, she has to endure a person from Nick’s past (pushed onto her by the Top Dog in the IA), and since they don’t have time to train her properly, Amelia has to go through Project 1931, with some side effects that are… very different.
Will Amelia be able to play referee in her own home, stay sane AND save the world from her mad grandfather’s shenanigans?
Oh wow…. I have absolutely NO idea where to start. I mean, I had a CLUE what to expect from Sarah since this is the fourth book I’m reading from her, but I didn’t see THIS coming! The plot is certainly thickening in Embracing Hamilton, more secrets are revealed, and there’s definitely more tension packed into these pages than the previous book; Revealing Hamilton. One thing is that Amelia accepts her father’s position and goes to Las Vegas to HQ to be trained. Another thing is what she has to drag home with her from Vegas; a hard pumped, top trained, sun(spray)tanned sleazebag – oh, excuse me, IA trainer and agent, also called Zephyr. He’s very different from the evilness of Marcus Benedict, but he is a piece of work. URGH!!
Amelia has changed compared to the first time we met her. Which really isn’t such a surprise, but I like that she is still her. She has become a bit rougher on some points, not as naïve, but she is still a good (and soft) hearted girl. She doesn’t want anyone else to suffer in the war between her and her grandfather. She is stubborn as hell, deathly afraid of needles and anything that remotely reminds her of doctors. And yet, she willingly jumps out into danger, accepts that sometimes you have to look deeper to see the secrets buried underneath and take the plunge, even if it’s scary. It’s truly not her fault that the world she has become a part of is insanely twisted and more filled with secrets than a dragon’s lair is filled with treasures. I mean, just look at Nick and his brother Dane. *throws hands up in the air in despair*
And just when I thought all the surprises were delivered in the end of the story…. Sarah decided to throw in another curveball. I felt Amelia’s pain, surprise and betrayal. My mouth was literally open with surprise when reading it.
To me Sarah has done it again. Embracing Hamilton is packed with action, secrets, plots, bad guys, disguised good guys, needles, testosterone, memories, rules and just a hint of romance. Just a touch. I loved it. It was amazing, and the ending… oy. My sole comfort is that I will receive Hunting Hamilton (JackRabbit7 #3) earlier than the rest. That is my ONLY consolidation right now. Because DAMN Sarah…. HOW could you end it like that?! HOW?! * crosses arms and glares*
The series is developing along nicely. I like Carr's writing style, but I think there are some things that could improve. For instance - we know Mia misses Max and he was ripped away from her. We get it. We don't need to read how she shudders or feels sick every time she hears his name. Also, does every woman have curly hair? From my own life experience, natural curls/curly hair like Mia's isn't exactly prevailing. Molly and new chick Orion may be the only two to -not- have curls. But it's a detail I can't really remember. Just noticed that every woman seems to have curls. Maybe it's a Washington thing ;)
Despite how I feel Carr could tweak certain things with her writing style, I enjoyed the book tremendously. The only problem with reading a series is always having to wait on the next book. But I'm sure with the reveals we've had, the new questions raised and the explosive cliffhanger ending, book three isn't going to be a disappointment.
As with her first two books in the JackRabbit7 Series
Sarah takes you on a wild ride with Amelia and her
entourage of characters. You will never know what
might be lurking around a corner lying in wait for Amelia.
Embracing Hamilton is so addictive that you will not
want to put it down.
I cannot wait for the next book in the series.
Thank you for the escape from reality!
I rate this book Five Stars *****
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