Tragedy places the soldier in St. Patrick’s complex, determination to be someone of use keeps her within its walls. When she finally takes her first breaths of freedom, the soldier is sucked back into military servitude. Her long, violent capture and imprisonment by Rochester sets her path of physical and psychological terror.
Under his rule she learns the depth of her own depravity, and how far she can go before she threatens to lose herself. But when Tomlin and his team rescues her, she discovers a new threat in the life she chooses to lead.
As the pages of her genetically-altered history are revealed, the solider finds the key to achieving her new goal: revenge.
It’s unfortunate it might just kill her in the end.
Wow! I got so caught up in this book that I forgot where I was and finished it all in two sittings (had to feed a baby in the middle!). The scenes were wonderfully descriptive and captivating, and the main characters were brought to life on my kindle screen. The tortures, the tears, I found it very well put together, and look forward to the next!