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Monday, November 10

Review: Escape Artist by Victoria Green and Jinsey Reese

Title: Escape Artist
By: Victoria Green & Jinsey Reese
Series: Untamed #3
My Copy: Ebook from Authors
(Thank you!)
The BookWhisperer's Rating:

Dare Wilde is out. The McKinley family has ruined his relationship with Reagan for the last time. He’s in Amsterdam, staying with his rock star brother Dash, ready to move on with his life and get Ree out of his head.

Finally, and for good. Problem is, he loves her.

So when fate leads Reagan to his door again, the two must decide whether their new-found love is worth the risk. Because two fractured parts can’t make a whole, and they must face the demons of Reagan's past if they are to have a future together.

A muse and her artist. A star-crossed love.

Will the past catch up to them…or have they finally escaped?


Unfortunately, I had to read a lot of other book before I was able to dive back into this series and I am so sad that I had to take a break from Dare and Ree, but mostly Dare.

Even with the few months break, I was still immediately sucked back into the drama that Dare and Ree live.  Dare is trying to let Ree go and Ree is fighting, with every ounce of her being, to get him back.  It is so hard to read of their struggle but it is also so beautiful that such a pure love between two people can be so hard to obtain and hold on to.

The third book wasn’t filled with angst as the last two books were, which I found nice because we got to read how their relationship has started to grow more and solidify itself without the presence of Ree’s family or the threat of Dare’s father.  For a moment there was a nice span of time where things were perfect, even though they were fighting their own battle, they weren’t fighting outside battles.

And then – BOOM – yeah, it happens and it rocked my core.  I ended the book with my mouth hanging opening and just a look of shock on my face.  Green and Reese sure did throw me off my happy and feeling good high and right onto my worry and pain low.  Great job ladies for rocking this book.


P.S. I loved getting to know Dash and his band and I do hope that more of Dash and all of the band’s story get highlighted more in this series –or – make it is spin off *hint hint*

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