The Serendipity Duet Book Two
Available NowNell Massler is a powerful witch from an ancient magical family. Before she was eighteen years old, she attempted murder—not once, but twice. Committed to a psych ward, she tried to right her wrongs and almost lost her life. While she’s deep in a coma, Caruthers Initiative Institute develops a vested interest in waking Nell—and offering her a chance at redemption. Nell is given a fresh start in exchange for saving her fellow agent, Rafe Brooks. Keeping him alive and in hiding will require every ounce of her extraordinary abilities. Not falling head over heels for the sexy mind manipulator will take a miracle. It's when they uncover a plot to destroy the world that Nell will be put to the test... will she choose Rafe and to do the right thing? Or will she succumb to the temptation of evil yet again?
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REVIEW: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
In the beginning I was a little disappointed that this book was not primarily about Rafe. I had just been introduced to Rafe through the previous book, and I wanted more. It's a book from Nell's point of view.
So, I was introduced to Nell, a kick-ass, very damaged and hurt woman with some extraordinary powers. I haven't read the King series, but now that I have read Unquenchable, I really think I need to read the King Series. Enough of the scenes from the King series is explained in this story so you can get the gist of what happened without feeling lost.
Nell is such an incredible, in-depth character that I fell in love with. I believe every woman can empathize with her at some point. The hurt and betrayal she's felt through her life colors every scene between her and Rafe. Towards the end, she really started to learn to trust in the connection between her and Rafe.
Oh, Rafe....why? I was disappointed in him, or perhaps I was disappointed in the time line. I think more time should have passed with what happened at the end of the last book, and what happens in this one between Nell and him. I felt like he was such a little whore. Joss had my loyalty last book, and transferring it to Nell was difficult for me.
Overall, this book was extremely well-written, and I loved reading it.