Title: The Ripple Trilogy
Sam’s troubles are growing. The crush who kissed her seems to have changed his mind. Her BFF thinks Sam is in an abusive relationship. And the evil geneticist who wanted Sam dead now wants her ALIVE. When Sam learns of Helmann’s Nazi-like plan to re-establish a Thousand-Year Reign, she’s determined to fight him. Along with Will and Mickie, Sam flees to France to meet Sir Walter–their best hope for stopping Helmann’s brave new world. But someone invisible follows her to Paris, and now Sam must figure out how to hide from an enemy she can’t even see.
Book Three: Unfurl
Against all expectations, Sam has survived attacks by two of Helmann’s deadliest assassins. She’s alive, but she’s far from safe. Helmann is planning a second Holocaust and wants Sam to play a starring role. Will, now separated from Sam by an ocean, seeks a way to prevent Helmann’s apocalypse. Along with Sir Walter and Mickie, Will plays a deadly game sneaking into Geneses’ facilities, discovering unsettling clues as to Helmann’s plans. The clock ticks down as Will and Sam discover just how much they must be willing to sacrifice to stop Helmann. UNFURL, the powerful conclusion to The Ripple Series, will leave fans breathless.
In book one, Rippler, you are introduced to a great concept, a unique story line as well as excellent character build ups, suspense and interesting plot. After reading this book I dug right into book two, since I was so enwrapped with the story!
In Chameleon, book two, the story picks up right where it left off in book one. This book is very quick paced and it was hard to stop reading once I got started. I enjoyed the interesting and intertwining characters and the way the plot develops and leads the way to book three.In Unfurl, book three, the story was just as good and the first two books with a perfect ending. I felt the story extension that finalized in this book was well paced and unique.
I received book and one two via Library Thing member giveaway and purchased book three so I could finish the story. Now all three are provided in one bundle, which is good so you don’t have to wait to finish reading the story. Believe me, once you start reading this trilogy you won’t want to stop until you finish it!