by Janelle Stalder


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ISBN-13: 9781500954710
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/02/2014
Pages: 270
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

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Tested 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
EmeraldBarnes More than 1 year ago
Once again, Janelle Stalder has outdone herself! Tested is the brilliant third book in the New World Series, and I tell you, they just get better! **Minor spoiler alert of book two below.** Tested follows Tyler and Missy after Tyler is abducted at the end of book two. Missy is the only one whose face hasn't been seen by their enemies, so she's the one sent behind the lines. She's damaged because of her past; she's quiet; but she's stronger than she seems. Missy soon learns that about herself. Tyler is the hottest Scotsman I've ever had the pleasure of reading about. He's tough as nails, and he's sweet as can be! He is captured and things happen to him that give him pause about certain aspects of his life, but there's one thing that he knows for sure, Missy is his and will always be. As Missy and Tyler fight for his escape against the General and Ludwig, they quickly decide that what they were feeling before he was captured is a 100 times deeper now that they've grown closer during his capture. This is a brilliant romanctic, action-packed dystopian novel, and if you haven't read the first two books, get ready to stay up all night reading so you can devour book three, too!
Hazel_G More than 1 year ago
This Series Just Keeps Getting More Intense and More Exciting and... Just More Everything!  4 Brave, Beautiful Stars! The Review:  I love a good dystopian romance and add in a little sci-fi and I’m all over it. When I heard Janelle Stalder was writing this series, I was beyond excited and she hasn’t disappointed. From Switch to Masked and now to Tested, I’m in awe at the world building, the bountiful and compelling character platform and the intricate story and plots! This book was filled to the brim with “happenings” and there was never a dull moment. I loved this book and I loved the main hero and heroine! Story/Characters...  There was a lot going on in this one. It picks up a couple of weeks after Masked ended and Tyler is missing. Snatched off the streets, no one has a clue as to who took him or why. But when the clues finally do start coming in, things look very bad and it seems the only one who might have a chance at saving him is the shy and timid Missy, who hasn’t notice a man since her “incident” but noticed Tyler the moment he walked in her door. Missy is part of the Archer rebels and though she used to go out and help protect the streets with her sisters, one horrible moment changed everything for her and she’s been a homebody ever since. But now's her chance to help make a difference again, to help bring back the one man who might help her see the light in all the darkness. But in order to complete that goal, she has to go undercover into a strange and frightening environment, filled with peril. And when they finally meet again, sparks fly, memories vanish and danger lurks everywhere. But one thing is certain. Tyler plays the alpha-male and claims what's his! And let me tell ya, that was some fun reading! Wowza! Then there’s Trent and Phoenix, who are still at each others throats, their unwanted attraction pulling them closer together, but soon they find themselves falling victim to their own precarious situation and it looks like they’ll have to fight for their own freedom. The (evil-overlord!!) General is back and his mission to overthrow Ludwig is still in place. He’s using some very unethical, inhumane and strategic ways to accomplish his goals and it looks like no one can stop him. The rebels are still aiming to fight the good fight but with the good people they are trying so hard to protect, turning on them, it’s anyones guess who will be the next victim.  Things get sticky for all our heroes and heroines. Even the bad guys find themselves in trouble and you just wish they’d all sit down, hug it out and learn to get along! Ha! But then again, that would be boring.  In addition to the New World Army, the General’s soldiers and the rebels, there seems to be a new, mysterious faction on the rise who’s snatching people right off the streets. They are scary because we know nothing about them and two of our key players are caught right in the middle. Thoughts... I really enjoyed Tyler and Missy’s romance. It was different and Tyler's position was dangerous and threatening but I loved that even with his situation, he never fully lost himself. His alpha-male came out in full force to protect what was his and he was a little scary but totally sexy and enticing. I loved Missy’s strength. After what she’d been through, her courage to go after Tyler was wonderful to read. One thing I will say is I wanted more on Lotty and Pete. I grew to really like them in book one as they stole my heart. They had the whole forbidden love thing going on and it was fascinating to read. Lotty is the strong, silent type who I wanted to instantly know more about and I just haven’t had my fill of her yet. Not to mention, with her talents she could be playing a larger role in all this.  I was a little surprised at all the “sitting around” the rebels did while their friends/family were lost. I know they had to lay low but with how aggressive they were to run the streets and fight hard in the first two books, I was a little disappointed they weren’t out scouring the streets, even covertly, for their own. The Wrap Up:  The dystopian world this author creates is inventive, creative, intriguing, angsty and fun. Everyone is just trying to survive in these impossible circumstances and it’s going to be riveting to see how it all turns out. This was a fun book to read and I can’t wait for the next installment. NOTE: * Written for Craves the Angst Book Reviews * I was gifted this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.