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Twelve years later, he's done just that.
While serving in Guatemala, Lucas survived an accident that left him with the supernatural capability of seeing visions of people dying before they actually do. To protect Gabby from his secret and those who gave him the ability, Lucas leaves her, drops out of society, and becomes homeless on the streets of Reno, Nevada-until, one day, he is given a chance at a new life by a stranger who calls himself Joe Smith, on the condition that he sober up and regain his physical strength.
Anger and sadness become Gabby Tate's companions as she struggles to get by without her husband. In her search for answers, she finds herself caught up in a world she never knew existed, and suffers greatly at the hands of those hunting Lucas.
Reunited by fate, Lucas and Gabby must join forces to stop his persecutors. Through betrayal and heartbreak, Lucas must reveal his secrets to Gabby, who is now faced with the biggest decision of her life: Can she go beyond the past and forgive Lucas for breaking his promise to her not once, but twice?
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By Trish R. on 05-14-16
Love this series..
I really liked By Sea, the first book in the Supernatural Renegades, but in this book I couldn’t see what Lucas’s ability could possibly help anyone. Even at 80% I didn’t understand it, and I couldn’t understand him leaving Gabby instead of telling her what was going on. I know the government told him they would kill her if he told her but HOW would they even know? The author could have done this story a little better.
I did like Garrett, and I’m more than a little curious about Joe Smith and Thomas. I can’t wait to read about what’s going on with Joe. Who is he? What is he? Does he really have a company, or is he just a very wealthy man who’s out for revenge of some kind. He’s the most fascinating character in these books.
There was no sexual attraction, except for what Gabby felt for Jerrod, who was not her husband, the hero, but she didn’t let it go anywhere. BUT there was explicit sex between the hero and heroine, once they got back together. Usually I can’t stand books without sexual tension of some kind but when the book is holding my interest I don’t even miss it. This Supernatural Renegade series is an attention getter from the git-go.
There was swearing, too. The F-bomb was used 27 times. As it should be in these kinds of books.
As to the narration: Gordon Palagi was just ok for me. He read the entire book in a soft and mellow voice with no emotion whatsoever, everything he read sounded like a whisper but there was absolutely no laughter or anger or anything else a narrator is supposed to show when reading. This was, at times, a brutal book but you’d never have known that by the way he read every word just like the last. He was really kind of bland.
By Majbritt Breindal Rasmussen on 07-20-15
Short but okay!!
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This story is a little too short for my. it was fine but i would like to see more story, instead of a fast pace that leaves my like " what where" . i miss some more detail, what kind of work will the lead do, and what kind of organization is he working for. it is too secretive for me. i hope the series develop more as the stories are released.