Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Escaping Darkness by: Theresa McClinton

Title: Escaping Darkness
Author: Theresa McClinton
Publisher: Kindle Edition
Format: ebook
Series: Stone Legacy #1.5
Source: Kathy from I Am A Reader, Not A Writer
Purchase: Amazon | Barnes and Noble

Description:


She may have spent years in an asylum, but that didn’t make her crazy–just fearless.

Dropped in Moscow with her friends on an impossible mission against underworld forces, Tara is left to her feelings of overwhelming inadequacy. Her boyfriend is a healer, her best friend is “the Guardian,” and everyone else is a powerhouse of awesome strengths. The only thing she has been able to contribute are her memories, which has left her with nightmares of her time spent at the mercy of the evil Sarian–who everyone has gone to fight.

Alone with her emotions, Tara finds herself falling into a city of depravity and corruption. And amidst all this evil is a young man with an agenda of his own, who leads her down a road that will either prove she is a hero at heart, or drag her into a world she’s always feared.

He wants revenge, she wants redemption. And in an underground rings of missing girls and bloody sacrifices, only the fearless can survive…



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My Thoughts: 

This was an incredible novella in the continuation of The Stone Legacy in this book Tara is all mixed up between vivid nightmares of past memories of torture being performed on her,  on top of not being able to eat much or digest much at all.  She meets up with Malachi who needs help freeing girls who are being collected as part of a drug trafficking ring.  

What we learn is that Malachi's sister is being held by this drug leader, and he has to kill the drug leader in order to free his sister so he uses Tara to help free his sister.  This book had so much going on between what was happening with Tara, plus her relationship with Peter and the drug ring.  Definitely a great continuation of The Stone Legacy can't wait to see what is next!

1 shout outs:

t_mcclinton85 said...

Hi!

Thanks so much for reviewing Escaping Darkness. I'm overjoyed you loved it. I can't wait to share your review, and I hope you have the opportunity to share your thoughts on Amazon, B&N, Kobo and GR.

Both The Stone Guardian and Escaping Darkness were so much fun to write, and I've been working feverishly on book three. I’ll be hanging out on the blogs through my book tour, so if anyone wants to chat, just leave a comment and I’ll do my best to swing in and hang out for a while!

-Theresa