Review: Reborn to Die by Anna Durand

Reborn to Die by Anna Durand
Series: Reborn (# 1)
Release Date: March 26, 2014
Publisher: Jacobsville Books
Pages: 42
Source: book provided by the author for review



She woke up drowning — inside a glass tank in a laboratory straight out of a science fiction movie. The mysterious, alluring stranger who rescues her clearly knows more than he’s willing to reveal. Desperate and terrified, nameless and blinded by amnesia, she risks trusting her enigmatic savior and the dire warning he issues.

The weirdest part of all? She remembers his name.

Jake burns to tell her everything, but he’s keeping more secrets than she realizes. He sat vigil beside her glass coffin for months, watching as scientists regenerated her body — and fantasizing about the woman she might once have been, never dreaming she’d wake up, because no one believed she could. Now, confronted with the reality of her, he discovers this bold and suspicious woman captivates him even more intensely than his fantasy.

But as the rogue scientists responsible for her new life close in on them, the shocking truth about her origins, her past life, and her awakening threatens to destroy their burgeoning passion. Can the starcrossed lovers defeat their enemies before time runs out?


Review: This is a perfect story when you need something quick to read like for your lunch break. Right from the start I found that Jake and Dawn have a bond. These two are connected romantically. Dawn is immortal from the Egyptian era. Jake a grad student present day.

Dawn finds she is the property of some company, Jake works for said company and has make it his mission to free Dawn. With the connection that these two have, I was pulled into the action and danger that soon surrounds them. They were interesting and I found them to be entertaining. Something that I soon wanted to follow to see what would happen next.

This is a fast paced book; full of adventure.  I am looking forward to the next installment of Dawn and Jake’s story to see what happens and if there is any implications from Jake stealing Dawn from the facility.




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