Trust Burned: a gripping romantic YA Disaster Dystopian (Deadly Earth Book 2)
As the fire of fear spreads, some want to watch the world burn.
Henley Bickford earned a scholarship to a prestigious university after building her own bionic hand. Consumed by the fire to save people with her inventions, she works in the engineering sector of a high-tech lab, until she learns the "termination" clause in her robotics project contract is a literal one.
An ally on the outside warns Ace "Buster" Acton it's time to drop his covert task of stealing university research for the government. His new goal: extract a genetic mutant and the woman who created her.
It’s not in Ace's nature to leave an asset behind, while Henley has no choice but to take his hand and run. With enemies blazing hot on their tail, they must collaborate with a competing team vying for their stolen goods if they hope to save countless lives... including their own.
Outrunning the brightest minds in the country won’t be easy. Can the growing band of misfits work together to protect the mutant that can save humanity? Or will they be silenced by their own inventions?
Fans of the Maze Runner, the Hunger Games, and the movies The Day After Tomorrow and 2012 will get sucked into the gripping trilogy reviewers call unique and refreshing with dynamic characters, a smattering of romance, and twists and turns of edge-of-your-seat action, mystery and danger!
Called even better than the first book, book 2 in the internationally bestselling, award-winning disaster dystopian trilogy, is an speculative story of survival, slow-burn romance, and the power of innovation!
(A clean NA with some sexual references and swearing.)
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