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Jump Zone: Cleo Falls: Cleo Falls (Volume 1) Paperback – June 24, 2013
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Cleo's day started out rough. She's flipped her kayak, been dragged under by the swollen river's unbreakable current, and is now hurtling towards the 80 foot waterfall ahead. This is the end...or so she thinks.
"Never trust outsiders."
Waking up was the last thing Cleo thought would be happening. Luckily for her, a mystery man was there at the right time and right place to pull her out of the river. After regaining her senses, she realizes she has been saved by an outsider, an urbanite, a man whose touch causes feelings she's never felt before.
"Cleo Rush was not what he expected."
After spending a year in a hard-labor camp handling toxic waste, he has been tasked with finding Cleo Rush. When Fate conveniently drops her practically on top of him, he is surprised by what he finds. As a lifelong city dweller, he has always been told that the people living in the northern wilds of Old Canada, or Upper Amerada, were savages and far from civilized. Four billion cashpoints and a-get-out-of-jail-free card are a mighty fine incentive for him to finish his mission.
Things don't always go the way you plan. What Fate gives you, it can always take away. Sometimes the line between love and hate gets crossed.
"Libra is out there. He's lost himself amongst the eleven million people of Gomeda and I'm betting he'll never set foot in my Taiga forest again. He'd better not. I'll kill him if he does."
In this story, the world has pretty much come to a screeching halt with more Dead Zones than livable areas. Primarily set in "Old Canada", the scenery is vividly described, almost like a painting. The characters are animated, annoying (especially Trevayne) and above all...human. Being the first book of a trilogy, there is a *massive* cliffhanger. Hopefully, there won't be a huge wait for book two. This was one of the books that played out before my eyes like a movie, complete with me zoning out and hearing/seeing nothing around me for hours. I simply could not put it down.