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Into the Light (Into the Dark) Paperback – August 23, 2016
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We pick the story back up after Mercy has already made a deal with the devil (figuratively). But it's only the beginning of her troubles. This story twists and turns and somersaults back over itself! We go deep into the history of the Breachers, Nathaniel's past, the origin of Gage. Honestly, it's just chock-full and if I went any farther, I know I'd spoil something. If you enjoyed the first in this series, you will love the second. That I can tell you!
Action, romance, heart-wrenching losses, and life beyond earth. Check out Into The Light!
Mercy has such a big heart that she would give her own life for any of her family or friends. She cared for both Nathaniel and Gage but she soon realizes there may be more to her and Nathaniel’s relationship than just friends but she doesn’t want to say anything because she knows that would just break Gage’s heart and in no way does she ever want to do that. She is torn between what to do. She is very confused about a lot of things going on her life at the moment.
Mercy finds out about a lot of secrets about herself that her mother kept for her; her whole life. She has her mother back now after losing her when she was only ten years old. Mercy will keep her family together this time if it kills her. But Mercy soon learns that there are some people in her life that have betrayed her. Can she ever trust them again?
Mercy has Gage and Nathaniel chasing after her in more ways than one. Besides the fact that they are both in love with her they have to go chasing after her when she jumps from her body and then hijacks someone else’s’.
Mercy is new to this Breacher stuff and just goes flying all over the place not knowing where she Is going to wake up next. Nathaniel and Gage won’t leave her alone because they are afraid she will jump. But Mercy can jump with both of them looking at her and she does just that and lands herself in jail. Now how is she going to get out of this one? Want to know? Grab your copy of Into The Light to find out.
Caroline brings in her own twist to the Paranormal universe. I may not be big on paranormal sometimes, but I can I like this one. The plot is adventurous; characters are awesome. The way each are portrayed are very different from what I've seen around.
If you are looking for an addictive Paranormal. I would say this is for you. Mercy's character is mind-gripping. Author's writing is right on. Have you read this book(s)? What was your initial reaction and what intrigued your interest most?
All of our favorite characters from the first book are back in this novel, and we get to know each of them even better than I thought possible. Especially evil aunts and creepy twin sisters...you don't expect to feel anything besides dislike for the "villain" - but that's precisely what happened for me with these two characters especially. I loved getting to know Justice as her own person - how she's the same as Mercy on some levels, but entirely herself for everything else. She's an intriguing character and plays a huge part in the book, which I loved. Nathaniel and Gage are back - and both are book boyfriend worthy, so there's obviously a bit of a love triangle happening. It's hard to root for just one of the guys when both of them are sweet, brave, and will do absolutely anything for Mercy. The story was fascinating and had a great plot with some big twists you don't see coming. The entire story is pretty fast paced, so I ended up devouring the entire thing in one sitting of a few hours. Once I started reading, I couldn't make myself stop! I had to see what happened and how it all went down. The only issue I had was at the very end - when the big battle is going to be fought. There's only a few paragraphs describing all of it - it felt really disproportionate to the rest of the book. I wanted it to be much more detailed and to feel like I was right there along with Mercy and the gang as it went down, but it felt empty. The author definitely has the talent and ability to write out an awesome fight scene, but for some reason it doesn't happen. Lots of buildup for a not so impressive finish. Which is why I gave it four stars instead of five.
The writing is fantastic in just about every way. The book is full of vivid imagery and rich descriptions that made it so easy to slip inside the world she created. I felt as though I were right beside Mercy and the guys during the entire story. The author uses the first person point of view, which I personally love, but switches it up a bit by having multiple narrators. I liked getting to "see" things happen from the different viewpoints, because no two characters are exactly the same and may think or feel different things at different times, etc. It makes the book more interesting and fun, in my opinion, which is exactly what happened in this novel - although I would've been fine with just Mercy as the narrator. First person is almost always the way to go - I think - and this one was no exception. Overall, it was a fantastic novel and one heck of a sequel! If you enjoyed the first book, then you really need to read this one - you won't be disappointed!
Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
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