Escape in Time by Robyn Nyx (The Extractor Trilogy, Book 1)

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The Extractor Trilogy | Book 1

An Extractor is elite in every way, and Landry Donovan is no exception. Pulsus, an organization working to build a better future by saving people from the past, sends Landry’s team back to Nazi Germany to save a Jewish doctor working on a cure for cancer. For the first time on a mission, she’s distracted by thoughts of a woman—the enticing basketball player, Jade Carter.

Jacqulyn Delaney, a Pulsus Operative, waits in a concentration camp for Landry’s arrival. Her job is slowly messing with her mind, as is her desire to be more to Landry than just a friend with benefits. When an unexpected relationship blooms in Germany, it puts a new perspective on the future.

Can they save the doctor? Or will their personal demons leave them stuck in the past?

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Escape in Time by Robyn Nyx (The Extractor Trilogy, Book 1)

An Extractor is elite in every way, and Landry Donovan is no exception. Pulsus, an organization working to build a better future by saving people from the past, sends Landry’s team back to Nazi Germany to save a Jewish doctor working on a cure for cancer. For the first time on a mission, she’s distracted by thoughts of a woman—the enticing basketball player, Jade Carter.

Jacqulyn Delaney, a Pulsus Operative, waits in a concentration camp for Landry’s arrival. Her job is slowly messing with her mind, as is her desire to be more to Landry than just a friend with benefits. When an unexpected relationship blooms in Germany, it puts a new perspective on the future.

Can they save the doctor? Or will their personal demons leave them stuck in the past?

2 reviews for Escape in Time by Robyn Nyx (The Extractor Trilogy, Book 1)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    admin

    I cannot give this book anything less than five stars.
    By Netgalley.com on Apr 26, 2017 10:04

    Landry and Delaney work for Pulsus, a company that can go back in time and save a person. They don’t just save anyone, the higher ups carefully calculate the ramifications of changing the past, and the positive outcomes must far outweigh the negative. This time they are sent back to WWII to save a doctor who is on the brink of curing cancer. But Delany is plagued by demons and struggles to come to terms with her purpose. Why save one when you can save millions? Landry and Delany must overcome personal distractions, relationships past and present, and their own tortured minds to complete the mission…

    I absolutely love the way the author writes – its some of the most beautiful writing I’ve ever encountered. I was absolutely captivated by the way she described Landry’s tattoo at the beginning of the novel and every single page after that just reinforced my first impression. Wow. For this alone I cannot give this book anything less than five stars.

    The sex is rough and the descriptions crass but it definitely works for this book. Romance has no place in this book filled with personal demons.

    This was a fascinating book that explores family, love, desire and tests the limits of the humanity. The characters were wonderfully complex – their drive and their demons unique and thought provoking.

    I am so glad that there is a second book because I love the way the author writes and I’m intrigued to see where the story goes.

    Reviewed by Jasmine

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    admin

    A really good read that incorporated sci-fi, romance, adventure and a whole lot more.
    By Netgalley.com on Apr 26, 2017 10:04

    Landry is part of an organization that goes back in time and extracts people from situations for the good of the future . Sometimes she and her colleagues have to endure appalling things and do things they later regret. Going to a concentration camp to extract a Dr on the brink of a cure for cancer is an especially difficult mission for them. I thought this part of the story was so well told. Robyn Nyx managed to make is so real and didn’t hold back on the horrors involved. The time travel aspect was fascinating and I hope the author writes a follow-up.

    I liked Landry and enjoyed seeing how she changed. Those around her helped show different aspects of her character. How she acted around each of them was very telling. A really good read that incorporated sci-fi, romance, adventure and a whole lot more.

    Reviewed by Kitty Kat

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