Sponsored post: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Disney Book Group and Netgalley.Blurb (from Goodreads):
Ariane Tucker has finally escaped GTX, the research facility that created her. While on the run, Zane Bradshaw is the only person she can trust. He knows who-and what-she is and still wants to be part of her life.
But accepting Zane's help means putting him in danger.
Dr. Jacobs, head of GTX, is not the only one hunting for Ariane. Two rival corporations have their sights set on taking down their competition. Permanently. To protect Zane and herself, Ariane needs allies. She needs the other hybrids. The hybrids who are way more alien and a lot less human. Can Ariane win them over before they turn on her? Or will she be forced to choose sides, to decide who lives and who dies?
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Disney Book Group and Netgalley.)
Ariane has escaped GTX, taking Zane with her, but how long can she evade capture for? Can Zane’s mom help them? And what should Ariane’s next move be?
This was an okay sequel, but like the first, it seemed a bit slow, and I lost interest.
Ariane was okay in this, and it was admiral how she wanted to keep Zane safe and protect him from danger he was in just because he liked her. She did make some dangerous decisions at times though, and ended up in sticky situations because of it.
The storyline in this was okay and mainly revolved around Ariane and Zane’s escape, finding Zane’s mother, and discovering more information about the other hybrids. I did find the pace quite slow though, and I got a bit bored because of it.
There was some romance, which was pretty good, and it was nice the way that Zane still loved Ariane, even after finding out what she was.
The ending to this was okay, and we did get a bit of action and a couple of little twists. Again Ariane ended up putting herself in danger though.
Overall; okay story, but the pace was a bit slow.
6.5 out of 10.