Dying to Return

The Station Series
Narrated by: Julia Farmer
Series: The Station, Book 3
Length: 4 hrs and 22 mins
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Piper Willow's adventure in the afterlife continues as she struggles to discover who she is and what is expected of her. Faced with decisions that could change everything, she must weigh her desire to be with the ones she has come to love, or satisfy her curiosity and find out what lies beyond her world with someone new. What Piper experiences and the choices she makes could not only alter the delicate inner workings of the Station, but the delicate balance that Piper has managed to maintain inside herself. In the end, will it all be worth it?

©2013 Trish Marie Dawson (P)2015 Trish Marie Dawson

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Turned into an insta-love triangle mess

The following review contains spoiler.

what a giant steaming pil3 of garbage this series has turned into. What was a sweet romance building up between and Piper and sloan has morphed into a really weird love triangle. What I find the most offensive Piper had very strong feelings about abusive men which is completely understandable. But she chucks out entire view out the window when she meets "Rush" an alien who mind rapes her and she seems perfectly okay with this. Frankly i found it very creepy. Rush practically demands Piper to with him o his home world away from all of her friends and Sloan, which she doesn't want but oh since her "hormones" is running rampant that's okay, at least that's how Piper justifies it. She spends the entire time leading up to the time of her departure mooning over the alien that just mind raped her without wondering that taking a trip is a good idea. -- especially Rush is a very domineering man. The entire time when Piper is on Rush's home planet she's pining for Sloan and her friends. Rush under the guise of "training" her to be a seeker He assaults Piper, she tells him that he's hurting her and he doesn't stop, at least not until she pukes on him. He leaves Piper alone so his sister a psycho teenager who can mind control/adjust emotions and she wants to "help" piper. Thankfully Piper starts to see sense and declines. Later when she's with Rush and he's taking her back to the station, she tries to apologize!

I'm so thoroughly disappointment in how Piper turned out I don't want to even read volume 4. I will just to see what happens -- allegedly it's the end of Piper's adventures. There's twist when Piper gets back to that station and when I found out I simply shook my head and any excitement at a possible show down was gone at this point... let's just say I wasn't cheering for Piper and even thinking that makes my skin crawl.