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Runaway (Element Preservers) Paperback – September 25, 2013
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In addition, Michael learns that Ria and Adrian have been together more than once, even though Adrian is known to only sleep with a girl once before walking away from her. This is the last straw for Michael. The timing could not be worse since they are supposed to attend her father's party as a couple. However, Michael being the nice guy that he is, he continues to help Ria and Paula because he believes they need to do something to change what is happening with disease carriers.
At some point, Adrian is re-united with Ria, but is captured by her father and tortured. He also learns about Alan's betrayal at this time. In the meantime, Ria accidentally acquires another element and learns that this can be done if the timing is perfect. In her case, a car accident that resulted in the death of a woman, who was an air element, allowed Ria to claim her element while Ria was touching her at the time of death. This turns out to be a good thing since she will need 3 elements to free Adrian. Although successful, they both nearly die and in the process learn that they can temporarily exchange elements. While in hiding, they learn that Oliver has big plans and wants them to join his group. All go, but Ria because she just doesn't trust her brother.
Now, you start to like Ria better in this book. She still has a lot of growing up to do, but she does start to take more of an interest in other things. However, she is still selfish and self-absorbed so the changed do not happen quickly or dramatically where you think that it is impossible. Even her feelings for Adrian are complicated. I still don't think this series is for everyone, but I still picked up book 3 to continue the saga.
I was very swept into the story and am eager to read the third book. I would recommend this book to mature teens and think girls would enjoy it most.
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