Breaking Through by D. Nichole King - Book Review

Book Synopsis:
Two years after her brother Nate died during a Navy operation, aquator Nautia Olson’s nightmares began, and her ability to manipulate water became erratic. Anger, fear, joy, desire—they all trigger disaster. 

Now, the Navy wants her for a top-secret mission, but Captain Riley Barton has his reservations. He’s read her file. He knows the damage she’s capable of, and yet— 

She’s powerful. 

If he can harness her ability—break through her walls— 

She’ll be unstoppable. 

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Book Review:
Great sci-fi/fantasy read! King created a modern world fantasy with suspense, romance and tons of super powers. 

In the beginning of this story, we meet our heroine, Nautia - a superhuman with elemental powers of water. She is strong, and has the potential to become one of the most powerful super humans that has ever step foot into the elite, superhuman academy, if she can learn to control her ability. That major set-back has prevented the military from recruiting her.

But, Nautia must first come to terms with the death of her brother before she can ever learn to control her ability. But, getting over her brother’s death proves to be more difficult with her memory loss of the last few years, and nobody is answering her questions. Her twin brother’s death has been labeled classified.

Captain Riley Barton is a superhuman, Naval officer who more than willing to help Nautia work through her emotions and develop her powers. But, when he gets a little too close to Nautia, he could possible have the reverse effect, causing Nautia to accidentally ruin the mission and kill everyone on board the ship.

The story keeps you on your toes, trying to determine who is the real superheroes and who are the villains. Some parts may have been a little predictable, but it’s still a great read.        

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Andrea'.  All opinions are honest and my own.*~ 


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