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By: Paige Weaver
At the end of book 1, Promise Me Darkness, the terrorists were gaining a stronghold in the U.S., Maddie had just figured out that she was pregnant, but she hadn’t told Ryder or any of the rest of their family. Then Brody (Eva’s boyfriend) and Cash (a friend from high school) showed up at the Delaney place asking for help because Eva had been kidnapped by the terrorists, taken to a concentration camp and they wanted help in rescuing her. Then Ryder, Gavin, Cash & Brody left for town, to rescue Eva.
The rescue party is gone longer than they had planned for and it starts to wear on Maddie’s nerves. She wasn’t able to tell Ryder about the baby before he left and she still hasn’t told any of the rest of the family. Being pregnant in this new life of survival is incredibly trying for any woman. First, just getting enough nutrition & food is tough enough, while things like prenatal vitamins and morning sickness pills are virtually a thing of the past. Add in all the everyday dangers, trying to find & gather baby supplies and lastly will come the birth. A birth that will end up being an all-natural at-home birth (since the hospital was taken over by the terrorists) with no modern day advances to save lives if something goes wrong during the birth.
As a group, they have to learn how to deal with a former prisoner, the scars they carry (both external & internal), the nightmares and how to help that person heal. There are quite a few newish struggles for the group as a whole to deal with, now that winter has moved in and there are new problems associated with the changing seasons.
I really like how the author goes through the everyday life problems, showing what a real struggle live would be if this were to ever happen in these modern times. Even though the story line may seem to progress slowly, I never felt like it was too slow, because I felt the everyday struggle that all the characters faced, just in order to survive.
This book does wrap up Ryder & Maddie’s story. We do get closure on understanding why Ryder always felt like he was never good enough for Maddie & felt like he was somewhat of an outcast and why he always pushed Maddie away. Both Ryder and Maddie grow in this book, but they are both still hot headed & stubborn.
The third book, Promise me once is being released on 4/19/2015 and that is Cash’s book. I’m not sure if it will pick-up where the epilogue left off or not, but either way, I plan on getting it immediately!
I finished Darkness and decided I had to read the sequel only because it was a cliffhanger. Which I hate. How annoying was Maddie? She just got on my ever lovin' last nerve sometimes but OMG so did Ryder with his "I'm no good for you, you should walk away, I am bad for you" boohoo cry me a river or the same sex scene and sexual tension on repeat "growl, hiss blah blah blah" on REPEAT!!!! I felt that I was reading the same scene between these two, over and over and over again.
Yes I finished the books, because I paid for them....thats the only reason they get a 3 star rating
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