Charity Caruthers knows all about
monsters as her father (the General) is one and she sees the
results of his work as she watches a man die for his
beliefs. Charity has a spilt second to make her decision
and decides to do something to help this man. That decision
will send her out of the protected inner city and outside
the arms of the Gate. She is going on the hunt for the
resistance and its leader – Adrian.
Adrian is an alpha, a man designed to
be better and stronger than any human. He’s had many years
to prepare himself and his followers for an attack on the
inner city. In an attempt to bring everyone to an equal
standing, Adrian is going to bring down the General, and the
corporation who runs the inner city. Trying to decide on a
timeline, Adrian becomes distracted when Charity is brought
to him with word of a dead man.
Adrian is very aware that Charity just
might be a trap, but his immediate attraction to her takes
his attention off of that aspect and puts it solely on
making Charity his. After an abusive childhood and
marriage, the last thing Charity ever expected to do is fall
in bed with a strange man – no matter how much he pulled at
her. Charity is more than willing to give Adrian and the
resistance the information they need to attack the Gate.
When a stealthy entrance explodes, Adrian has to decide if
Charity really was a trap for him, or if she is really
willing to destroy the inner city and her own father?
Can you trust when something you always
wanted suddenly appears? In Sweet Charity
both Adrian and Charity need to discover the answer.
Charity has finally decided to do something about all the
evil shehas experienced while growing up in the inner city.
Adrian has always known he would have to destroy the General
and the corporation that runs the inner city if everyone is
going to be safe. I was surprised at how quickly Charity
and Adrian came together, but in a way it made sense when
you are living in a war zone. I wanted to see Adrian get
his chance at a happy ever after since the very first
Project Alpha book, and Ms. Walters did not disappoint.
The way Adrian and Charity fought not only for their chance
at happiness but also for everyone who lived outside the
Gate had me firmly in their corner from the very beginning.
Watching even while they had misunderstandings and still
found the way to each other made me smile. Sweet
Charity combines sex, danger and the best type of
happy ever after – just my type of story.
Now that I’ve read all three of the
Project Alpha books, I can say they are ones I will be
re-reading and will stay in my futuristic library. You can
read them all as stand-alone books, but I think its better
if you read them in order.