The Cross

How far would you go to save the girl you love Would you sacrifice your best friend if it could get her out of prison When Riley is reunited with his best friend after years of not knowing if he were still alive, instead of a long awaited hug, he s staring down the barrel of the gun After all these years, Riley is taken captive by the one person he loved than anyoneHow far would you go to save the girl you love Would you sacrifice your best friend if it could get her out of prison When Riley is reunited with his best friend after years of not knowing if he were still alive, instead of a long awaited hug, he s staring down the barrel of the gun After all these years, Riley is taken captive by the one person he loved than anyone Can he forgive his friend for risking his crew once he knows what s at stake for him and can his friend forgive himself for what he had to do to save Trina Full of unexpected twists, Book Two of the Alliance Series will keep you guessing at every turn It is a heartbreaking journey of self discovery, forgiveness and redemption you don t want to miss
The Cross How far would you go to save the girl you love Would you sacrifice your best friend if it could get her out of prison When Riley is reunited with his best friend after years of not knowing if he were

  • Title: The Cross
  • Author: Inna Hardison
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Cross”

    1. Not as good as the first, but I'm hoping.I found that this book had way more dramatic monologue. Too much. At moments it made me think of my daughter and her friends in the school yard, stirring up drama, then constantly running after one another to fix that drama, and stir up more. For a huge chunk of the book, one character or another would upset other characters only to chase them to another location to hash it back out. It was dizzying, redundant, and the book itself stalled out for me there [...]

    2. In many series book 2 hits a slump. In this case, I didn't feel as if it did. Riley, Drake and the girls hook up through unexpected and violent circumstances with someone else from Riley's past, his best friend, who is now a soldier. From there, we are met with several unexpected twists to the story, all expressed from various viewpoints with emotional impacts differing depending on the character. For me, what impresses me greatly in this book is the change in the two girls. They started out as [...]

    3. *** 3.5 Cranky Stars ***Set in a dystopian world, after what I’ll term a “plague”, but is so much more, The Cross picks up where Escape left off. Our group is in danger and other players enter the fray.As people from the past appear and ties are stretched, our group faces the ultimate challenge of trusting each other or letting suspicions tear them apart.More revelations come to light about how the world came to be and the kind of forces our group is facing.I read The Cross in virtually on [...]

    4. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest reviewThis book came with twists I did not see coming, and it certainly made me cry a bit! I think the first book was better then this one though. The writing in the first book was very good, very descriptive, but in the second one it seemed more rushed. The plot is amazing, but I just couldn't connect with the characters, maybe because it's jumping from everyone's different points of view instead of just one two people. But other then that [...]

    5. I thought the first book in this series was okay, so I gave the second book a try. It was SO BORING. No three-act structure, no character development. Nothing happened except people talking. And their talking was bizarre. NO ONE TALKS LIKE THAT. The author's writing style is confusing and downright annoying. Don't bother with this one.

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