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Monday, May 29, 2017

Review: Harmful Rush - Debra Doxer



Harmful Rush: A Stand-Alone Novel (Remedy, #3)

Review: Harmful Rush - Book #3 Remedy Series - Debra Doxer - April 2017

Though Harmful Rush can be read as a stand-alone, I found that it helped to read the previous two books in the series. For those who have read the previous two, you will remember Raielle and Shane and their friends and what the team can do. Skylark Samuels has always been special but hidden under the disguise of being a normal teen. She was abandoned as a baby and found in a car junkyard by an alcoholic homeless guy and then with her help, he was cured and the pair became a family. To fuel her need to heal and stay alive, she worked at a homeless shelter/women's shelter and healed them just enough that nothing would look like a full on miracle. That was until she was involved in a school shooting which led to her best friend being shot and Skylark couldn't stand by and see her bleed out, so she healed her.  This backfired, and Skylark becomes a town freakshow. Now she is off to college, with people who don't know her. Here she can be whoever she wants to be, but what happens when she is tracked down by Shane - who with a group of others can do what Skylark does except, of course, they charge people for their abilities? As Skylark goes along, she discovers that saving multiple people can affect her and in the process of saving others, she is killing herself? Will she be able to find a balance or will she find the saving ability as the equivalent of a Harmful Rush to her body?
Find out in Book #3 of the Remedy Series - Harmful Rush by Debra Doxer.

 

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