- File Size: 2848 KB
- Print Length: 150 pages
- Publisher: Hot Ink Press (May 20, 2015)
- Publication Date: May 20, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00Y1DAQVA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #488,200 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Resurrection (Wesson Rebel M.C. Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Resurrection wasn’t a cookie cutter motorcycle romance. Instead of the male protagonist saving the girl, the girl saved herself and what a joy it was to watch. I loved Vita and how she put on her big girl panties once her brother’s life was in danger. I really didn’t like Prophet at the start. He immediately doesn’t like Vita because she reminds him of someone from his past. Instead of paying attention to Vita, he’s a jerk. Just as Vita grows and finds out who she is during the novel so too does Prophet overcome his past as the story progresses.
This story pulls you in from the first moment. I haven’t read the earlier novels in this series, but that wasn’t an issue at all in understanding or reading enjoyment. I especially liked the dual points of view in which the book is written. I think this technique is over-used, but it worked well here. The story has lots of twists and turns. The backgrounds of the characters are nearly as fascinating as the ongoing story.
I will definitely be reading more of Colt’s writing in the future and recommend this to anyone that enjoys a good angst-filled romance.
There is no better way to describe these two than oil and water, but despite their initial feelings for one another they mix far better than either expects.
We met these two in the prior Wesson books and while you don't need to have read them to get it, I feel like you would have been missing out. Vita is mute because of a horrific incident that destroyed her and her family. Her only constant has been her brother, Houdini who is now missing. She must turn to the people who have become his family in order to find him.
The only other person who can really communicate with her is Prophet. He harbors secrets, a lot of them, and because of his past he has a serious distrust towards women. Especially women like Vita. Under the hard exterior is a man that was deeply wounded by the actions of a women. He doesn't want to let anyone have any power over him again and does not want to let anyone in. But in order to find his brother, he must become what he once was and that doesn't sit too well with him.
"Prophet's scent, much like him is a contradiction. The man is an abyss, so deep, he's endless."
I really enjoyed this book. I loved that these two quite different characters could work together for one common goal. Vita had to shed her skin and lose the person she had become to be the person she once was. She is not the meek and innocent person we once thought. She is a survivor and fearless. In turn Prophet is not the hard brooding type he projects either. He can be quite caring and even sparks up a friendship. These two have chemistry but it is slow to develop, their dislike for one another is what comes across loud and clear for much of their initial interactions. But being stuck together while things play out is bound to lead somewhere...right?
"'Be sure, Vita. Because once we start this, we're not stopping until we're both sure it's run it's course. If you run, I'll chase. You try to hide and I'll find you.'"
This was definitely my favorite in the series so far. It flowed the best, had me completely interested from beginning to end. There was a lot of story here and it seems some people and situations were put in place for the future. There are stories playing out in the background that I want to know more about and I can't wait to see what is next. There was action and adventure, lies and truths, but above all growth and rebirth. It is two people finally putting their truly terrible pasts to rest.
I really enjoyed Vita’s development in this book. Her brother has babied her since she the incident when she was 17 and his being gone has forced her to grow up fast. She starts off a scared silent woman and ends up a strong woman who manages to be heard even without a voice. I highly recommend this entire series and can’t wait to read more from Shyla Colt.
Most recent customer reviews
I liked this book more than the first book in the series. I still wasn't wowed. It could have been so much better.Read more
Resurrection follows dual pov's (with the addition of a few other additional pov's along the way) of Vita and Prophet.Read more
Vita has no use of her voice following a horrible attack that we only learn more about towards the middle of the book.Read more
Let me just say that right from the start this book intrigued me.Read more
The first book I started today couldn't get through the first chapter. The second book, I couldn't get past the third page.Read more