Tuesday, June 3, 2014

REVIEW - Escaped Artist (Untamed #3) by Jinsey Reese and Victoria Green

Title: Escaped Artist (Untamed #3)
Author: Victoria Green & Jinsey Reese
Publisher: Turning Leaves Presses
Release Date: 29 May 2014
Series or Standalone: Series
Genre: New Adult
Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

Dare Wilde is out. The McKinley family has ruined his relationship with Reagan for the last time. He’s in Amsterdam, staying with his rock star brother Dash, ready to move on with his life and get Ree out of his head. 

Finally, and for good. Problem is, he loves her. 

So when fate leads Reagan to his door again, the two must decide whether their new-found love is worth the risk. Because two fractured parts can’t make a whole, and they must face the demons of Reagan's past if they are to have a future together. 

A muse and her artist. A star-crossed love. 

Will the past catch up to them…or have they finally escaped?

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My thoughts:
Just like the first two books in the series, this one starts off with a bang (and I mean that literally). 

This is the first time in the series that we get a dual POV and it works beautifully. The story takes place a mere three weeks after the end of Out of Control, in the gorgeous European city of Amsterdam, where Dare is staying with his brother's band No Man's Land while their on tour. If you've read Out of Control, you know why Dare is now in Amsterdam; I was once again irritated that Dare chose to leave, especially knowing what Ree's father is capable of.

This episode deals with Ree's addiction and what led her down that path; and how Dare helps her to deal with it so they can be together finally. We get to meet Dare's brother Dash and the members of No Man's Land, and Dax and Dalia come along for the ride. A former lover is also in the story, who pretty much tries to bring Ree right back down, so yay for Ree doing the right thing. That victory was made even more sweet when Dare pretty much told the ex to stick it where the sun don't shine.

Now we know that since this is a 6-part series, there's still more drama to come, but I'm warning you now, the cliffhanger for this book will leave you feeling like you need the oxygen mask to drop down from the ceiling. Who knew one person could have this much vindictiveness in their soul outside of a Jackie Collins novel?

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