The Nature of Grace novels (Book 1)
Finished a brave adventure with Grace last night, it was one emotional & heart wrenching ride.
Grace’s father has been missing for over 3 months. Grace knows in her heart that her father is still alive and she will stop at nothing to find him.
Using her survival skills that she learned from her father, she digs deep in the Smokies to find him. Her obsession and determination puts her in some scary situations that left me biting my nails and begging for more. Of course, a hunky boy named Mo gives the novel some mystery and passion… with an English/Australian accent. And we also get the love triangle- just wait until you meet Wry, he will leave you breathless. What is a girl to do when she has two admires? Love them both!
I loved the plot of this book, particularly the setting. The best part… it left me wanting MORE.
Time to read the sequel! 4.5/5
Winner of 2012 IndieReader Discovery Awards (YA)
Finalist in The Kindle Book Review’s Best Young Adult of 2012
Finalist in the US Book News Best Book of 2012 (YA)
Bk 2 – Uncontrollable is available
Bk 3 – Unstoppable (Late Summer 2013)
Grace has lived in the Smokies all her life, patrolling with her forest ranger father who taught her about wildlife, tracking, and wilderness survival. When her dad goes missing on a routine patrol, Grace refuses to believe he’s dead and fights the town authorities, tribal officials, and nature to find him.
One day, while out tracking clues, Grace is rescued from danger by Mo, a hot guy with an intoxicating accent and a secret. As her feelings between him and her ex-boyfriend get muddled, Grace travels deep into the wilderness to escape and find her father.
Along the way, Grace learns terrible secrets that sever relationships and lives. Soon she’s enmeshed in a web of conspiracy, deception, and murder. And it’s going to take a lot more than a compass and a motorcycle (named Lucifer) for this kick-butting heroine to save everything she loves.
Disclosure: NetGalley sent me the book to review free of charge . The opinions and thoughts expressed are my own. I received no other compensation for my review nor was I under any obligation to give a positive review.