Happy Monday! I hope all of you are having a good week so far. Today, I have a great book. Its got a bit of paranormal and a bit of suspense. Taking people who miraculously have powers and how they use or misuse them. J.R Mallette does it again. For my full review keep reading after the book blurb. Have a great rest of the week.
Amanda Blake is fresh out of prison and wants nothing more than to stay out of trouble. But old habits die hard, and she finds herself caught up in a crime that ends with her crashing a car into an electrical substation. She’s left badly injured and finds that she now possess a strange ability to generate and manipulate electricity.
She soon finds herself in the company of other people with equally unique powers. Among them is a powerful telekinetic murderer and a healer who becomes her new love interest. Digging deeper into the lives of her new friends only leads to more trouble, and doing the right thing could cost Amanda her life.
Amanda is fresh out of prison and trying desperately to stay away from trouble, but when he old life changes her forever she has nowhere to go. Her new powers are observed by someone who also has powers. Having nowhere to go she goes with people who are like her. She hopes she can control her new power, but as she gets closer to her new friend she begins to realize that one of them is more than what she seems. Can Amanda do what is right and stay out of trouble or will her fear of getting caught send her back to the life she is avoiding?
This book was surprisingly addictive. Once I got into the story it really sucked me in. I didn’t know what was going to come next and who was going to change next. The characters were unique but relatable. Though they had super powers they all still had the flaws of regular people. In fact, the addition of powers only forces them to choose what road to go down, the good or the bad. They all had personal struggles with their powers. This made the characters very relatable. Overall, the writing and the story will consume you and allow you to relate to the unrelatable. J.R Mallette just keeps getting better with each book she writes.