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Andrea, at sixteen flew to the United States from her home in Spain to help her older sister Carrie, was kidnapped upon arrival and escaped. Then Carrie's townhouse was attacked and she went over the penthouse balcony using a blanket to go to the floor below and is on the run with her brother-in-law, Dylan.
The IRS is after Julia and her husband, cash and drugs were planted in the room Andrea was using at the penthouse and their mother and very ill sister, Jessica are running for Canada.
Questions to be answered:
Why did their mother lie and stay with Richard Thompson when he beat and raped her?
Who is Carrie and Andrea's father?
Who is behind the attacks on the family?
How will they find a way to fight back and restore order and peace to their lives?
I can't wait to read Girl of Vengeance to find out how this all ends for the six sisters and their mother.
The suspense and action from the first book only intensifies in GoR and I was so engrossed in it at times that I couldn't put it down. Didn't want to put it down. I've been invested in these characters for some time, having read the books for Alex, Carrie (my favorite even though it tore my heart out), and both for Julia. They almost feel like an extension of my own family and I hope that after all the action dies down we will get books for Sarah, Jessica, and Andrea. At this point I think I'd even read one about Oswald O'Leary even though I want to punch him in the throat.
Andrea is one tough girl. Having taken down 2 grown men in the first book, she continues to surprise with her ability to think, process, and act on her feet. I see a bright future for Andrea and I can't wait to read more about her.
Crank and Julia....well, I just love them. I love how over the course of these books we watched them fall in love, struggle, and come out on the other side a strong mature couple. Having been married over 20 years, I recognize the strength of their relationship as they work through the tragedies and support each other through them. Mature love may not be romantic and exciting, but there's something to be said about a relationship that has withstood so much difficulty.
Carrie....bless her, she just keeps chugging along. She is so tough but so broken in this book and you just want to hug her. I hope that sometime in the future we will read another book about her moving on with her life after she has had a chance to properly grieve Ray.
Alex and Dylan are struggling but in this book we clearly see the love they have for one another and I have my fingers crossed for them.
Sarah is spunky and loyal and Jessica is so lost and confused. I'm anxious to see where those stories lead.
Lastly, I actually began to feel sorry for Adelina in this book. Actually, I guess I started feeling that way in the first book. I hated her after reading Julia's story, but these books have shed a tremendous amount of light on her and shown the depth of her suffering.
I eagerly await the 3rd installment of this series. With non-stop action and suspense I have no doubt it will be as much a page turner as the first two.
Adelina, the family matriarch, is a character that I hated in previous books. As more of her life gets revealed, I find myself feeling pity for her more than anything else. She's been a terrible mother, but she acknowledges that, and she's been married to a monster for more than 30 years.
Julia and Crank (who provides a few much needed comic moments in this book) have found out quite a few of Richard Thompson's secrets and find themselves totally embroiled in the scandal. Julia's phone conversation with Harry (from A Song for Julia) was heartbreaking and empowering at the same time. I love how Julia steps into the big sister/family fixer role.
Carrie is still fearing for her daughter's health, still grieving Ray, and trying to find answers about who her father is. I think I saw some sparks between Carrie and Anthony (the Post reporter). She so deserves some happiness in her life!
Alex is frantic about Dylan (who is finally pulling his head out of his butt in regards to his behavior toward his wife), who is on the run with Andrea. Alex is also reeling from the bombshells dropped about her father, and she seems kind of torn on who to believe.
Sarah isn't in this book too much, but she also provides some comic relief here. I love her feisty attitude, and am hoping she gets her own book eventually.
Jessica is a total mess. Detoxing from meth, she's on the run with Adelina, trying to get out of the country. Jessica's moods swing from rage toward her mother, to feeling sorry for her and confused about her father. I liked seeing the protective side (finally!) from Adelina when it came to Jessica.
Andrea is an awesome character. So confused about her family, wondering why they never wanted her around. The chapters with her and Dylan were some of the most intense. And the scene with her at the end was perfect, I can't wait to see what happens next.
The political drama, cover ups, backstabbing, it was all pretty riveting to me. It's scary to think how much power the government holds and how much is kept from the public.
This book ends on a major cliffhanger, but I can't complain about getting more books with these characters I love.
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