Title: Unchained Memory (Book 1)
Author: Donna S. Frelick
Published Date: February 24th 2015
Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Three hours ripped away her past. His love promised her the future.
From the night she wakes up in her pickup on the side of the road, three hours gone and everything of value lost to her, Asia Burdette is caught in a clash of invisible forces. She has only one ally in her struggle to understand why-Ethan Roberts, a man she shouldn’t love, a psychiatrist who risks everything to help her.
With black ops kidnappers dogging their trail, the lovers race to navigate a maze of mind control, alien abduction, and interstellar slavery. If they keep following the signs, they’ll find a battle that’s been raging since the first silver saucer was spotted in the skies above Earth.
The Heroine Asia Burdette has lost Three hours of her past, and 3 years later even though she has moved away and has come to terms with that night, she is consumed with the 3 hours before her life crashed and burned.
She has had no success in remembering until Dr Ethan Roberts, the young psychiatrist seems to have the key to unlocking the secrets of those 3 hours, but what he discovers may very well put both their lives in danger.
The pair are also very attracted to each other, and after their Dr/Patient relationship ends, Aisa is determined to act on their attraction, she’s fed up with being alone and Ethan makes her want to live and gives her hope for a brighter future.
But when ‘Men in Black’ turn up when they are finally piecing things together, they barely escape with their lives, its a good job Aisa is a smart cookie who can defend herself and she is not a wilting damsel in distress either, no this duo make a great team as they investigate the leads that are pointing at a great Conspiracy by the government to cover up the use of mind control, alien abduction, and interstellar slavery.
Ethan’s past also is entwined in this suspenseful thriller and my mind was full of conspiracy theories as I read the book, I was right about a few things but surprised with a few others, and oh boy I want to read more of this series, as there are so many avenues you could explore in this world.
I must make more of an effort to read more sci-fi as I thoroughly enjoyed being transported into Ms Frelick’s world.
The writing flows well, the plot builds and then picks up the pace as they uncover the truth and ends with a tense rescue and a lovely epilogue.
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