Synopsis: ‘Eighteen-year-old Julianne De Marchi is different. As in: she has an electrical undercurrent beneath her skin that stings and surges like a live wire. She can use it to spark a fire, maybe even end a life but she doesn’t understand what it is. And she can barely control it, especially when she’s anxious.
Ryan Walsh was on track for a stellar football career when his knee blew out. Now he’s a soldier part of an experimental privatised military unit that has identified Jules De Marchi as a threat. Is it because of the weird undercurrent she’s tried so hard to hide? Or because of her mother Angie’s history as an activist against bio-engineering and big business?
It’s no coincidence that Ryan and Jules are in the same place at the same time he’s under orders to follow her, after all. But then an explosive attack on a city building by an unknown enemy throws them together in the most violent and unexpected way.’
‘The Undercurrent’ is exciting, suspenseful and thrilling. Dare I say electrifying! A futuristic story filled with secrets, conspiracies (and who doesn’t love a good conspiracy) and corruption.
Interwoven into the fast paced, action filled plot are some great characters, well developed with depth. Weston writes so well that the chemistry between the characters jumps off the page and into the reader’s hearts.
A compelling story from the start, well balanced, with adventure, a little romance and suspense.
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