Daisy Song (Life after Us #3) by Rebekah Dodson
Review by Penny Buxton
This is a brilliant read that has you gripped from page one!
After the cliff hanger of the last book where Ambrose has left to find his way to rescue Vicki and Vicki is having pains from the pregnancy, I eagerly awaited the next book and wasn’t disappointed.
The story begins back with Vicki and follows her imprisoned and trying to escape and Ambrose as he fights on to rescue her, meeting many obstacles along the way. I found myself hating Vicki’s Fiancé, Will (The Supreme Leader) more as I read.
As the story goes on it is full of more twists and turns and I found myself emotionally connected to the characters more than I have in a book for a long time, the story progresses in ways I never expected and it had me gripped and needing to read on.
An absolutely brilliant conclusion to the series and an ending that I loved! Well worth a read!
It wasn't supposed to be like this. Seven months ago, Vicki Morel was supposed to be happy, not in the midst of the apocalypse. She and her fiancé, Will, should have been married and about to celebrate the birth of their child. Instead, she is on the run in fear for her life and the life of her baby. Her only hope is Ambrose—the man she truly loves.
Vicki entered Ambrose's life like a bomb and blew everything apart. Just when he thought they could get out of this hell hole alive, she walked away. Or did she? After a cryptic message on a satellite phone, Ambrose is willing to risk it all to find her. Through a plane crash, escaping crazy doomsday preppers, and invading a military base, Ambrose and his band of survivors is determined to rescue Vicki. He wasn't born a leader, yet the people follow him, determined to carve their own path in this world.
When everything ends, the daisy's song promises a new beginning, a different life, and a fresh path in this altered world.
Rebekah Dodson Author Bio
Rebekah Dodson is a prolific word weaver of romance, fantasy, and science fiction novels. Her works include the series Postcards from Paris, The Surrogate, The Curse of Lanval series, several stand alone novels, and her upcoming YA novel, Clock City. She has been writing her whole life, with her first published work of historical fiction with 4H Clubs of America at the age of 12, and poetry at the age of 16 with the National Poetry Society. With an extensive academic background including education, history, psychology and English, she currently works as a college professor by day and a writer by night.