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Into the Dark

Written by: Cindy Gerard
Narrated by: Alastair Haynesbridge
Length: 8 hrs and 32 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Amy Walker endured unspeakable horrors while being held as a hostage before she was rescued by Dallas Garrett and his brothers from E.D.E.N., Inc. Amy is determined to leave the past behind...but only after she gets some answers to the questions that haunt her. Why was she abducted by the terrorists? Why is her mother locked up in a mental institution?

Dallas wants Amy to know he's a man she can trust. He's incapable of offering her his love, but promises his sworn protection while she embarks on her quest to discover the truth about her family...and herself.

Working on a lead, Amy and Dallas team up with an investigative journalist and an unlikely accomplice whose motives are as murky as his past. Soon they are drawn into the depths of a secret organization that practices non-consensual mind-control experimentation - one that Amy's own grandfather appears to be involved in. With a ruthless enemy closing in fast, Amy and Dallas race against time and risk their lives to expose these crimes against humanity...and share a passion neither of them could have expected.

©2007 Cindy Gerard (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • Jill Kempf
  • 06-08-18

A good listen but it didn't hold my attention

This only my second Cindy Gerard book. I skipped around in the order because it sounded more interesting to me than the others. Unfortunately, that meant I did not have the background info on the two main characters. "Jolo" is mentioned so many times and unless I missed it in this book it is never explained. I'm assuming this is a plot from another book but it would have been nice for a brief explanation. The narrator was good, the chemistry was good and the plot was intriguing but still didn't hook me like other books have. I had no real investment in the characters and that disappointed me.