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I was given this ARC by Netgalley and Bold Strokes Books in return for an honest review.
The book is set in the future where a company called Pulsus has mastered time travel. They send operatives back in time to retrieve people who could have done good for the world but had died. This book is about retrieving the person most likely to create a cure for cancer. So they are sent back to Nazi Germany to retrieve her.
The book has two main characters Delaney and Landry. Delaney is an operative who often spends many months sometimes years in the past getting ready to extract the person of interest. She is becoming discontent and is totally in love with Landry. Landry is what they call an extractor who travels back in time only a short while often days or weeks before the extraction. She has no idea about Delaney. she thinks they are best friends.
During their off hours Landry go's to the mainland where she has a building which she rents out but nobody knows, its her way of reconnecting with the present. Never looking for or having fallen in love before she meets and falls for Jade a basketball player. Delaney also has fallen in love but with someone in the past on her last assignment.
My only complaint is the epilogue. Where you thought you were going to see Landry and Jade walk off into the sunset, you got two brand new characters participating in what I can only assume as torture as a machine starts to drink the captive. So, therefor I'm assuming this will be expanded upon in book 2.
Yes I enjoyed it. And yes I would recommend it. Enjoy!
*ARC provided by publisher via NetGalley*
I was a little reluctant to enter Ravensbruck, having had a great aunt who suffered at the hands of the Nazis in Auschwitz. It was very well handled.
We should never forget people's capacity for inhumanity.
The ending was a real cliffhanger, and I'm really looking forward to the sequel.
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