Monday, April 20, 2015

Love Beyond Sanity (The Outsiders #2) by Rebecca Royce


The Outsiders Book Two

Eighteen years earlier, Charma lost her destined soul mate. Convinced he must be dead, she kept her fears to herself so as not to destroy the morale of the Outsiders who already live with a shaky prophecy as their only guide.
Dr. Jason Randall is a man used to getting what he wants. There has never been a problem he couldn't out think or a situation he wasn't capable of handling.

Now they are both hunted by not one but two demons as they lead the slowly forming group of Outsiders out of the darkness and back into the light. The two strong souls will have to decide if prophecy alone is enough reason to stay together through insane odds...or if love is their true fate.

My review:

I want more!  This is a middle book. You really should read Love Beyond Time (The Outsiders #1) before reading this.
Love Beyond Sanity has Charma (pronounced Karma but spelled with a ch) one of the more intriguing Outsiders finding the soul mate she thought was dead. Charma actually leaves home to do it!  Something that is really tough for her to do as there are so many clamoring for her help.  And where does she have to go? An insane asylum.  The interplay between Charma and Jason is a lot of fun.  Jason once he gets his head out of his ass looks to be a terrific character.  I think Charma will get his head on straight in no time.  I have a small problem with the ending (besides wanting it to go on) where did Eden go?  I know that Gabriel and Drew took off but did Eden?  Please hurry with the next book and the answers to all the new questions raised in this book.

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1 comment:

Dr. kold_kadavr_flatliner, MD, the sub/dude said...

What an awwwsome opportunity to give to you... I only ask you ascend after this finite existence. Would you do that for me? Here's a lil' bitto help:

Just a savvy lil' witty ditty
on why we ROTE our 22 blogs:

Faith, hope, and love -
the greatest of these is love:
jump into faith...
and you'll see with love.
Doesn’t matter if you don’t believe
(what I write);
God believes in you.
God. Bless. You.