RELEASE DAY REVIEW by Trish: Saven: Disclosure (Saven #2) by Siobhan Davis (@siobhandavis)

Saven DisclosureTHE TRUTH CAN’T HIDE FOREVER

To protect Logan, I have no choice but to deceive him.
But I’m not the only one hiding the truth.
Will our love survive all the secrets and lies?

Enemy alien ships crowd the skies over Earth while the world waits with bated breath. The Saven have been exposed, and where once they were abhorred, they are now championed as our greatest ally and our only possible savior.

Logan and Sadie have been separated, and the longer he is gone, the more their love is tested by duty, doubts, and deception.

Sadie and Jarod have infiltrated the highest levels of government, but they are playing a dangerous game. Surrounded by people with conflicting agendas—hell-bent on using her for their own aim—Sadie is confused when the lines between good and evil are blurred. It’s impossible to tell friend from foe, and no one can be trusted.

When the full extent of the experiments taking place in Sector Twenty is disclosed, Sadie can no longer sit back and watch as the lower classes face a horrific fate. Racing to save her loved ones and mankind, she risks her own safety and the love she’s waited a lifetime for to do the right thing.

But no one thought to save her from herself.

 

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Saven: Disclosure
by Siobhan Davis

Series
Saven #2

Genre
Young Adult
Sci-Fi
Dystopian

Publisher
Independent

Publication Date
April 21,  2016

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Saven Disclosure picks up a while after the last book leaves off. Sadie’s being looked after by Hayden, Logan’s bodyguard, while Logan is caught up in politics between warring aliens. Sadie has a new job, which is pretty mundane, but she’s getting pulled into some dangerous schemes on the side.

In this story, there’s a growing tension that made me want to read more and more, wanting relief, wanting Sadie and Logan to be together, and wanting all their opponents to get out of their way. And wow, there are some surprises in here, mostly near the end, but plenty is left to drive the reader on to read the next. And love and romantic interest, while central to the story, isn’t limited to the main characters. Some of those side stories intersect with Sadie and Logan’s, while others just pop up in an offhand fashion.

On the downside, a few spots made me say to myself, “Really? This again?” There’s also some mention of time travel, but it doesn’t seem to go anywhere and isn’t really a developed facet of the story, in my opinion, so it felt out of place.

Overall, I really enjoyed Saven Disclosure. The storyline is a bit clumsier in places than I would have liked, but there’s plenty of action, romance, and danger. I’d recommend this story to fans of YA Sci Fi with a good dose of emotionally charged romance.

I received an ARC of this book from the author. This review was written for the blog at PureTextuality.com.

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The review copy of this book was supplied by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.

 

About Siobhan Davis

8390357Siobhan Davis is the author of YA science fiction romance series True Calling.

A self-diagnosed ‘teenager forever’– at least when it comes to books, music and movies; Siobhan is totally addicted to teen fiction and superhero/blockbuster movies. Siobhan loves baking, crime novels, shoes, bags, make-up, anti-wrinkle cream, anything pink, Kelly Clarkson, Katy Perry, and Robert Pattinson (definitely Team Edward).

Siobhan has forged a successful corporate career, in Human Resources, over the last twenty years. A member of the IWI writers group, Siobhan resides in the Garden County of Ireland with her husband and two sons.

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