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    A really good intense romance. 💕💖💕

    I received a copy of this book via the author and am voluntarily leaving a review. Trish and her husband Tushar are scientists involved in a research program that ultimately would have killed them if they hadn't been cryogenically preserved until the cure for their infection was discovered. That's just the basics to their story. Add in terrorists and assorted nut jobs who want to use their knowledge and/or kill them for it and trying to rekindle their marriage in the process and you've got a great book. 💞💓💞
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    Amazing read

    After reading “Reviving Emily” I couldn’t wait to read the next book “Reviving Trish.” This book is such a great sci-fi romance compromise. You get this whole scientific aspect but also the romance between Tushar and Trish. Where we learn more about Ryan’s parents, we first meet Ryan in the first book “Reviving Emily.” For this books goes off of where book one ends. After reviving Emily, ten years after an accident in the lab that the scientists got diagnosed with the AP12 and been cryonically preserved, the next scientist was Tushar to be revived and given the cure then Trish. What I liked the most that even though they are married they need to find the love for each other. For they have been preserved for 10 years and before that working nonstop to find the cure for the AP12. When Trish said she feels like her life is a blender, I was drawn into there experiences, especially with how each character is feeling. I would definitely recommend this series. I was given an advanced reader copy of this book for my honest review.
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