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Series: Behind the Stars #3
Published by Leigh T. Moore on 2014-11-23
Genres: Fiction, New Adult
Source: I Am a Reader
Book #3 in a new mini-series by Amazon Bestselling Author Leigh Talbert Moore.Injury changes all of Prentiss's plans, from her escape to using Gallatin for information.The level of difficulty increases along with their friendship, and lines between right and wrong become blurry.Red Dawn meets LOST in this New Adult action-adventure romance. Contains mild language and themes appropriate for readers aged 13 and older.Episode Release Schedule: (all available for pre-order)Nov. 9 - CaptiveNov. 9 - Learning to SpyNov. 23 - Harvest MoonDec. 7 - JacksonDec. 21 - Into the WoodsDec. 28 - If I FlyDec. 31 - BEHIND THE STARS Complete Set Keywords: action, adventure, small town, paranormal, female protagonist, suspense, survival, love, romantic
After not really enjoying the first two installments of Behind the Stars, I wasn’t really sure if I wanted to continue reading. However, the author sent me the third installment, Harvest Moon, so I decided to give it a chance, and I’m glad I did. While I still didn’t love it, I did like it better than the first two.
I can’t say that a ton really happened, but I really liked seeing the interactions between Prentiss and Gallatin. As their friendship grows, so does my curiosity. I really want to know what’s going on and why. The twist that was hinted at in Captive seems like it is going to be reality, but it’s not bothering me as much as I thought it would. I still wish it wasn’t happening, though. I think the story could have been just as good, if not better, without it, but I guess I’ll wait and see how it pans out.
Overall, I definitely found this installment to be better than the previous two, and I plan to continue this serial, since I need to know what’s going on! I will say that i know that all the episodes will be released as one volume, and so far, I think that it would work better as a single book, rather than a serial. We’ll see if I feel the same way when I’ve finished the whole thing.