False Start - Meli Raine

False Start

By Meli Raine

  • Release Date: 2019-01-15
  • Genre: Contemporary
  • Size: 1.3 MB
Score: 4
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Description

This isn't how my life is supposed to end.
Then again, a case of mistaken identity got me here. No one is ever who we think they are. Especially my kidnapper, a man whose entire life is designed to deceive.
Powerful people want my rescuer to die. I'm just a lure. A pawn. An object.
But objects hold meaning. Emotions attach themselves without logic.
Like love.
I now know that Duff will do everything to protect me.
If he gets here in time. And if I can hold on long enough.
Because my body can only handle so much. Pushed to the limits, it's finally giving out. Giving way.
Giving up.
I know Duff, though.
He never will.
Blink.

Read the stunning conclusion to USA Today bestselling author Meli Raine’s False series, told from both Lily and Duff’s points of view.

Reviews

  • False Start

    3
    By peggy gam...
    Meli Raine, I do like your books, I enjoy reading them. But this last one was too gruesome, too bloody and too much hurting for me to read ...and to relax while reading...this is how I feel... Peggy
  • A false web

    3
    By To thine own self be true,
    Suspense is flowing through every book in this series. 3.5 is my rating on this very convoluted, secret exposing trilogy. It starts with mistaken identity and the wrong girl is shot. That is the easiest part from there the twists and turns just keep you going forward. I actually had to stop several times to be sure I had the plot straight. So it is well developed but alot of questions are left unanswered. Some Like Romeo’s real story distressing others you can overlook. It has a small love story underneath it but the high points are really about secrets and murder and coverups by a “Stateless Army’ of people taken who cannot be traced including the main character, Duff’s brother...who Lilly sees in the shadows but no one ever finds. Still something off or not trustworthy about Jane or Silas. Maybe they spin into the next series about Wyatt ~Duff’s brother who is in the Stateless Army... they want to uncover. The President likely involved. For me it is alot left undone. An ending that is teetering rather than really ending...so not sure how exactly I feel about it now that I am done...what did I actually read? What are the conclusions?
  • Buckle in and be prepared to hang on for the ride

    5
    By Kristen Lewendon
    As with any Meli Raine title, I knew I should buckle in and be prepared to hang on for the ride. And this was a ride I was in no way prepared for. This book picks up almost immediately where the previous one left off. It contains all kinds of new revelations and political wrangling that leave me chomping at the bit to see what the author is going to bring us next. In a lot of ways, this felt a little like two different but connected stories under the same cover. There’s the part that’s an adrenaline-fuelled rush as everyone races to the rescue and then there’s the after-action report for recovery and deciphering the clues they’ve unearthed; a chance for Lily and Duff to connect in a way we mostly haven’t been able to see in the previous books. I don’t know what to expect from the new series this fall, but one thing’s for certain: I can’t wait to get my hands on it. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book from the author.

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