Review of Driven (The Warrior Series, book 2) – Rebecca Royce

Driven

I love the lead character, Rachel.  She is the eye of a storm remaining calm and THINKING when there is chaos all around. I know Rachel’s still a teenager, but she’s got a good head on her shoulders. She’s been trained as a Warrior, so I completely respect the fact that Rebecca wrote Rachel to make decisions the way a fighter would, but that in no means makes her less feminine nor emotionless. She is still exploring love, that infinite conundrum that it is, but Rachel’s no annoying TSTL kind of girl.

Such a wide range of emotions were explored, I’m glad Rebecca forced all of them upon me. I experienced worry, humor, surprise, sorrow, and vengeance.  So many things happened in this book, more shocks and twists came to light, I was flabbergasted!  At the end was one last agonizing task she had to complete, it absolutely destroyed me. I seriously felt the Grim Reaper slice away at my soul in that moment. Nothing stirred, time stood acutely still for me. My breath wouldn’t come, my eyes couldn’t shut. I could feel Rachel’s strength and her sorrow. It was that powerful!

As I read the last pages of the book, I could only yearn for book 3, Subversive. Rachel is an endearing badass heroine with plenty of common sense that you’ll want to adopt as your bff. This series is a must read for YA, paranormal, humor, action/adventure, and romance. One click the books today!

Rating:  5star

Heat Index:  Sweet         heat index

Book Blurb:  Armageddon…the end of humanity.

When Rachel Clancy changed the lives of everyone around her, she was unprepared to deal with the consequences of the aftermath. Sent back into the wilderness, Rachel finds herself face-to-face with the two people she never thought she’d encounter again: the boy she supposedly loved and the one man who wants to destroy her.

Now it’s up to Rachel to determine their fate. There may be a chance for everyone to start again, but if she fails, all is lost.

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