“The Time has come when He will come looking. She is ready. I have faith in her. She is her father’s daughter. She carries my blood. And I will never forgive myself for feeding her to the wolves.” ~Bezaliel from Redemption~
One Girl. . .
At sixteen, Dayton Blainey is a foul-mouthed, grief stricken shell of a girl forced to live with a religiously eccentric aunt following the death of her parents.
One Sacrifice . . .
Often upstaged by her moral older sister, Amber, Dayton is often flung into the shadows, forgotten. But age changes things.
No Hope . . .
As Dayton's seventeenth birthday approaches, her Wiccan best friend, Monroe, sees a vision outside Dayton's bedroom window that flings her into a world where right and wrong become dangerously twisted.
Redemption is the story of one young woman who must disentangle herself from a web of lies endangering her soul, and who discovers an attraction to a mysterious stranger that may just kill her.
Warning: Due to strong language, this book is suggested for young adults 16+
I have to say that when I first started trying to read Redemption I had a little bit of a trouble getting into the story. The author just kind of throws you into it. I think if there was a prologue perhaps before you jumped into chapter one it wouldn't have been so confusing. It was hard to stay very interested in the beginning.
With that said I had to continue and I did and I am actually really happy that I did. I found the storyline and plot to be very intriguing and I wanted to continue. I loved the characters. Even though it took me a little longer to get hooked by this novel I still rather enjoyed it. I recommend this book to you guys just keep in mind that you have to stick with it for the pay off!