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Inescapable: Remembering by Madge H. Gressley

After being rescued by Brad, Darcy finds herself 5 miles beneath the ocean off the coast of Peru in ORCA's dome complex.

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Darcy still does not remember who Brad is; all she knows is that he was the highest bidder at the action held by a human trafficker. What is even more disconcerting to her is the fact that her body's response to Brad seems irrational given her current situation. Maybe Brad is who he says he is, and maybe they did have a relationship before the kidnapping. Realizing that Darcy is still struggling to remember her past and who she is, Brad asks Darcy's friend, Marti, to join them at the dome in the hopes that talking to Marti will help Darcy recover from the amnesia. Will Marti's presence help Darcy to recover her memories, or will she have to rely on her body's responses to decide if what Brad says is true?

Even though Brad managed to rescue Darcy, she is still not safe. Someone is set on completing the task that Armando was given to perform. As the dome's grand opening approaches, the saboteur decides to move on with the plan, and raises the stakes by creating a new plan to remove Darcy from the picture. Will the plan succeed, or will Brad foil the plan again as he keeps a close eye on his beloved Darcy?

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Like her first book, Inescapable: The Beginning, Gressley combines adventure and suspense to delight and captivate readers in Inescapable: Remembering. Even when wearing designer clothes, Darcy has an innocence and "down home" attitude that makes her character charming and easy to relate to. Brad is written to play the knight-in-shining-armor well; doting on Darcy while giving her space to figure out her feelings.

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While I usually like my female protagonists to be a little jaded, edgy, and able to kick some butt; I found Inescapable: Remembering to be a nice break from reality. I enjoyed the suspense and adventure aspects of the story, and found it to be easy to read after a long day at work.

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