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    More Revelations and Surprises

    This is the third book in the GenTech Rebellion series. I have enjoyed this series. The book can be read as a standalone. The book does not end in a cliffhanger but is open ended for future books in the series. There is violence and sex in the book so definitely 18+. The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat all of that info here. The author did a great job of continuing the story but also recapping the first two books for new readers. The characters, new and old, are well defined and dimensional. The storyline will keep you guessing what twists and turns will be revealed next. It definitely kept me riveted and reading. The women, the CIA team, as well as Frank and Tony are trying to work together as a team. But old habits and prejudices are difficult to overcome. Especially with Charity. She is having a hard time trusting anyone, but especially Tony since he worked in the lab. Tony and Charity are attracted to each other but can he get through her defenses? I loved the GenTech Rebellion series and am glad there will be a couple more books to continue the storyline! I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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    A jailer and its prisoner

    The gentech saga continues in this book with Charity. Also escaped, she is in Langley. Not only is the distrust weighing heavily on her, so is her physical instability. She drives deeper and deeper into a psychic instability as well seeing things that aren’t there, interpreting everything in a negative way. Her friends try to help and support her, but it seems that the only ones who can really help her are the despised males of the compound they fled from. Not the exact same one, but that does not lessen how much they despise them. Unfortunately Charity finds herself in a life and death situation in the care of the most evil creature, helpless. Frank, a nameless one on amnesty, a former genetic researcher, tries to fix what had happened to Charity together with his friend to save her. Drawn to each other, there are so many obstacles, hate, prejudices and a mission of epic proportions. Fast-paced, thrilling story. You learn now a lot about the other side of the story and the relationships are tested and shifted. Who stands on which side, who do you trust and are they after all trustworthy? New abilities are found and you can’t put the book away until it is finished. When the book was close to the end, we had another drama with someone else and it was so hard on me to read it. I need the next book :-)
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    Add this to your TBR list!

    Louisiana's Atchafalaya swamp is a major location for Charity & Tony. He's a Nameless One & Charity finds it hard to let herself believe she can trust him. This story takes us thru the feelings & desires she faces trying to come to a place to allow herself to be happy. You will be on pins & needles as Tony, Frank, & Milton's chopper goes down; the fight against Nameless Ones to recover Cortexiphan, a drug that can make humans go insane or a genetically engineered human almost invincible; and Milton's rejection of the freak injections. A ton of action & some steamy sex make this a book to add to your TBR list.
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    amazing! a must read

    Book 3 of the GenTech rebellion is about Charity and Tony, both are genetically altered superhuman (V3). Both are on a team to help protect normal human beings against the other V3 and V4's who are out for their revenge and power. Charity has been imprisoned by the males of her kind called the nameless ones for all of her memory and now hates them. But now that she is free and working for the team she meets Tony and she is attracted to him but can she look past the fact he was a nameless one? Tony thinks the sun raise and sets on Charity and will do anything to be with her. He never thought he could fall in love or that his kind could. While they are working thing out the story as tons of action, mission s, explosions, and attacks. The plotline is full of twists and amazingly entertaining. What an awesome story. Ann Gimpel has done it again with another hit! The characters in this series and their development is over the top best I have ever read. I wish I could give this story 10 stars it's that great! It's a must read, you will not be disappointed in this book or the series. book given for an honest review and I can honestly say I loved it wow.
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    how can 23.4 percent odds work out

    I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review. Claiming Charity is the third book in the series and could be read as a standalone, but is much better after reading the first 2 books in the series. Charity has a lot to overcome. She has hated the men for so long, that she doesn't know anything different. Except she can't stop thinking about Tony. When he looks at her, she cannot control the emotions that those looks invoke. Then Tony does the unthinkable. He opens up and tells her how he feels. Read on to find out if Charity and Tony make it through insurmountable odds. Truly how can 23.4 percent odds work out? Tony has a few extra variables to add to that calculation, so read on to find out what they are! Enjoy
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