Revived (Revved, #2). by Samantha Towle. ·. ··4, Ratings. India Harris didn't have the best start in life. Abandoned as a baby, she and her twin. Revved. Vollgas (Series). Samantha Towle Author externbrink Translations Translator (). cover image of Revived--Mit offenen Augen. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal and Revved (Revved Series Book 1) - Kindle edition by Samantha Towle. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets .
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Completely solid, believing in each other and their love which was refreshing to see.
The supporting characters were fabulous and added both depth and humor to the story. Of course, those fans of Carrick and Andi won't be disappointed as they make appearances as well. Great effort by Ms. I was glad that I decided to dive in and spend some time with Leandro and India. She loves a challenge, and she defiantly gets one when Formula One race car driver Leandro walks into her life, looking for her to help him get back into his race car after a horrible accident. But after only one session, India quickly realizes Leandro wants much more from her than just therapy and tempts her to cross a line she never thought she would.
With so much at stake, India has to decide if following her heart will be worth risking everything for. I liked this one, but I didn't love it as much as I loved book one, Revved.
I did like that this one switches between Leandro and India's points of view and like book one, it has just the right amount of everything. I just felt like their story wasn't as passionate as the couple in book one. My thoughts: Nope, there is a really great epilogue to wrap it up in the end.
Overall, I enjoyed it and hope to see more books in this series in the future! One person found this helpful. See all reviews.
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But, if I do that, it would be a lie. Shaking my head, I drive my fingers into my hair again, pulling at it, my eyes staring down at the table. Lifting my eyes, I catch sight of the clock on the wall. School will be finishing soon. I need to be home for him. Jesse is being taken care of.
I part my dry lips to ask him when the door opens. A policeman in uniform is standing there. The detective rises from his seat. I watch him through the glass pane in the door as he talks to the uniformed officer.
My heart is thundering in my chest. The door opens. The detective comes back in with the uniformed officer following behind him. The detective takes his seat in front of me while the officer remains standing. I struggle to get free, begging him to let me go. You do not have to say anything, but it may harm your defense if you do not mention when questioned something which you later rely on in court. Anything you do say may be given in evidence. One Present Day I stare at my reflection in the small mirror.
My long brown hair is tied back into a ponytail. Face clean, free of makeup. I glance down at my clothes. Jeans and a baby-blue T-shirt. Black ballet flats on my feet.
The clothes and shoes that I wore when I came to prison. The jeans and T-shirt are a little loose on me. Daily use of the gym and stress will shed pounds off a girl. Not that I was heavy to begin with. I look too thin. I could do with putting some weight back on. I have never been more ready for anything in my life.
One last look around, and with nothing to take with me, I leave the cell I spent my last night in and follow her down the corridors. Quite the opposite. A world where I get my life back. A world where I can get back to the only person who has ever mattered to me. My brother, Jesse. When she left, I quit school and got a job, working in a factory, to get money to feed and clothe Jesse and pay our rent and bills.
Not glamorous but it helped.
Just barely. We scraped by. Sometimes, they would get dented on purpose. I did everything I could to make sure the money would stretch.
It was hard, but I always made sure that Jesse was okay.
He came first. He always comes first. I worked at the factory for a year, but I got laid off when they had a cut in the work force.
It was last in, first out. I was the last one hired, so I was the first to be out of a job. It got hard until I found another job. It got really tough for a time. There were days when I would go without food so that Jesse could eat. I could have asked my best friend, Cece, for help, but I had to do it alone. Jesse was my responsibility. Then, luck came on my side, and I got a part-time job, stacking shelves at the local supermarket.
A week later, I got a part-time waitressing job. The waitressing was in the evenings, and I hated leaving Jesse, but Cece would look after him while I was working.
I did those jobs for six months, all the while still applying for full-time work. Finally, I landed a job in this upscale jewelry store. I mean, the interview had gone well, but I was uneducated, and the place was nice.
For some reason, the manager had seen something in me and given me the job. It was the best…and worst thing that ever happened to me. The best part was the money. I was being paid more than both of my part-time jobs combined.
I was learning a trade in the jewelry business, and it meant I could be home every night for Jesse. That I would lose everything. Lose Jesse. My kid. My family.
I want him back.