- File Size: 730 KB
- Print Length: 287 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1539106187
- Publication Date: September 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LXC5E23
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,826 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
WHITE OUT (24690, book2) Kindle Edition
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"I was the forgotten. The discarded. The pawn in a game bigger than myself." ~ 24690
She was in some pretty deep poo poo and now has to try and get herself out. While 24690 carries the title of Mistress, it doesn't seem to do her much good in a man's world. They are all loyal to West, all the way down to the Masters. This girl needs a game plan and quick.
"Whitlock was my curse. Now, I'd make this damned place burn with us all." ~ 24690
OMG all I wanted was for 24690 to do just that. In my mind I see her setting the place on fire or it blowing up behind her as she walked away from it all. She didn't need West or Bram, she was a tough girl that could make it on her own. However, I'm not the author and A.A. Dark had other ideas. Ideas to torture her readers right along with her characters.
"Either way, I'd come out on top. I'd survive this." ~ 24690
Man, I loved this kick ass version of 24690. She was a freaking warrior from beginning to end. She saw the light and stomped over anybody that got in the way of her reaching it. West included. She does whatever she has to to prove she is worthy of her title and place at Whitlock. She is as strong, or stronger than many of the men there.
The book is well written from dual points of view and moves the story along well. The review is vague as to not spoil any of the story lines. While we get answers to most of the lingering questions, we are left with a whole new batch. The book is dark and action packed, however felt draggy towards the middle. I wanted to get this show on the road and wrap things up, but again, I'm not the author and she has other ideas.
I am struggling with finding Everleigh a believable character. She was taken out of her world at age 10, and was a sex slave from age 14. I doubt she had a cell phone, or access to a computer, etc. because if she did, she could have escaped. But marvelously, she knows all about technology, going so far as to book mark video feeds. And to break into computers. And to understand how cell phones could be tracked. And drive a car through mountainous roads after only having a few minutes of verbal instruction. Also, having only been viewed as a sexual object - not really fighting her role, after being abused by West, she figures out to play head games with extremely dangerous people. Where did she develop this level of sophisticated thinking. Had she been left in a scheming harem, I could understand where that skill could have developed, but she was isolated.
If you stop asking questions about Everleigh's skills and just accept them, this is a great read. The world building is strong, the characters are hugely flawed, and all the bad people are unapologetic. Looking forward to the next installment.