Friday, September 1, 2017

Deacon (Gideon’s Riders #2) by Kit Rocha



Reviewed by Tabatha


Wow, what a ride that was!!! Deacon was action packed and exciting from start to finish, and I loved every single moment of it! Now from what we get to know of Ana in Ashwin, I think we all had certain expectations of her, that seems to be what defines her life...expectations. But boy was she everything I expected and yet so much more! She is just a total bad ass, but she also has a lot riding on her shoulders being the only female to ever become a Rider. She is also living in the shadow of her father's expectations of her as well, so all of that pressure is pretty intense for her. Much to everyone's amazement though, she proves time and time again that she is up to the task. As for the man himself, Deacon had so much hidden depths to him that he actually came as a total surprise. I guess it's true what they say about your past catching up with you and all of that, but in this book that phrase takes on a whole new meaning when Deacon is confronted with his. Despite them both having some pretty major personal issues to work though, they are both drawn to one another despite the fact that their lives are the ultimate sacrifice of their service to Gideon and Sector One. But love is one thing worth living for though, and it can change everything.

Overall, I knew going into this series that things were going to be different from that of Sector Four, but I'm really happy to report that they are different in the best of ways. I mean I'll always love Sector Four, but there is just something about Sector One that draws you in. Maybe it is Gideon or maybe it is just the overall differences that separate them, but either way it's just great to read and I can't wait to see what is in store for us with Ivan's book!

*I received a review copy from the author in exchange for my honest review.*

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