He’s been locked away his entire life.
He dreams of freedom.
The only way he can accomplish his goals is by breaking free of the chains tying him to a dark past and gloomy existence. But there’s one catch. He’s not human.
And he’s never set foot outside his jail.
Devoted to saving his peers as well as his own life, he sets out to find the one person that can help him achieve his objectives. He knows where she will be and what she will look like, but what he doesn’t anticipate is the fact he finds himself caring for the girl whose life he’s put at risk, more and more each day.
He has no name.
He has only known hatred and violence before her.
However, she will teach him to have faith in humanity, even if she can’t trust him.
Together they will embark on a journey to bring down a corrupt system responsible for the loss of many innocent lives. But when he finds his feelings compromised, can he still move on knowing that doing so will put an end to the life she once knew? How far is he willing to go to be free?
Deliverance is a fast-paced read that will make you flipped more pages as you anticipate what will be the next obstacle that they will encounter as they travel towards their destination.
Tiger had been born at the Radcliffe Institute and spent 25 years there before he got the chance to escape. It was through the help of the other prisoner named Castiel who makes his escape successful though he should not be happy about it. Gerard will do everything just to have him back again as he is the most valuable prisoner he has. In order for Tiger to have the freedom he wanted, Castiel gave him a mission and for him to do it, he will need some aid from a woman. This woman named Kristina will be the one to help him in the mission but he needs to make her believe first that he is not harmful and dangerous to her and Rose. Still gaining some trust from Kristina, along with their way, Gerard’s guard found them and they need to flee already and travel to where Tiger really needs to go. As their journey starts, they will bump into some obstacles that meant to stop Tiger’s mission.
This was told from three POV’s: Tiger, Kristina, and Castiel.
The main character, Tiger, is so innocently hot and dangerous. Since he doesn’t know much about the humanities and all he only knows is that they are just a cruel and selfish creature, he was amazed to see that outside the institute, people like Kristina and Rose still exists. That there are still some people who are kind and not selfish just like what he experienced and see through the people inside the institute. It was so good to see that he slowly changed and learned how to have faith and gain some human traits he should have.
Kristina, on the other hand, is a very strong-willed woman. Even if she is already scared, she tries her best not to show any fear because she knows that that is what the enemy wants.
Oh! I also want to read the story about the other characters written inside the book.
I liked how I was engaged in reading this book. I can’t stop myself from turning the pages because I am looking forward to what will happen next.
I only dislike the part where Kristina and Hayden/Tiger instantly had done something which they’re not supposed to be doing since they only just met for only a short time.
I am recommending this is you are a paranormal lover. If you had read Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, this one is almost the same with the concept except that this is not exactly like it.
Disclaimer: I received a reader copy from the author via YA Bound Book Tours.
Publisher: Inkspell Publishing
Publication Date: March 19th, 2016
Genre(s): New Adult, Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 327
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Kristy Centeno is the author of the Secrets of the Moon saga and Keeper Witches series.
She has always had a passion for books and after years of being an avid reader, she decided to transform her desire to write into a reality and thus, her first novel was born. When she’s not busy taking care of her five children or holding down the fort, she finds time to sit and do what she loves the most: writing.