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Interlude (The Stone Legacy Series Book 2) by [DaLayne, Theresa]
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Tara may have spent years in an asylum, but that doesn't make her crazy-just fearless.

Dropped in Moscow with a the group of enchanted Mayan descendants, seventeen-year-old Tara Weeble is forced to wait on the sideline while her best friend--the Stone Guardian-- battles to reclaim a friend's soul trapped in the underworld.

It sucks being ordinary when everyone else is superhuman...

A mortal girl with a tainted past, Tara is left to deal with an overwhelming sense of inadequacy. Her boyfriend, Peter, is a healer. Her best friend is The Guardian, and everyone else is a powerhouse of awesome strengths. Meanwhile, she struggles to leave her childhood of abuse in the past, and while Peter picks her up every time she falls, it becomes clear he deserves better.

When they opened Pandora's Box, hell came pouring out...

When she's given a chance to aid in the group's mission, Tara is eager to pull her own weight, even if it means uncovering buried memories of being held prisoner by the underworld general. Now haunted with flashbacks of torture, Tara wanders from the safety of Peter's arms into a city of depravity and corruption. And amidst all this evil is a young man with an agenda of his own, who leads her down a road that will either prove she is a hero at heart, or drag her into a world she's always feared.

He wants revenge, she wants redemption. And in an underground ring of missing girls and bloody sacrifices, only the fearless can survive...

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1803 KB
  • Print Length: 119 pages
  • Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (12 January 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
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5.0 out of 5 stars She always feels like a liability 18 March 2016
By Twinsie Kelly - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Wow! My heart! I am so ecstatic that Tara got a story! Tara is the one in the group with no special abilities. She always feels like a liability. Interlude starts when Zanya and the others are on their mission to retrieve the stone from Sarian. Marzena opened a door in her mind so that they could locate Sarian but along with that have been some repercussions. She has her own demons to deal with from being abused as a child but this has opened the door for her to remember the torture she endured while she was being held by Sarian. She is doing her best to not be a burden and enjoy her time with Peter but she just keeps getting worse. And Peter! He is such a lover! All he wants is for Tara to love him back but she keeps questioning her mortality and pushes him away. She ventures out on her own to get some air but is approached by a drug dealer that has been trafficking girls. The worst part about it is that she almost ends up being a statistic. She forms an unlikely alliance with Malachi, whose mysteriousness is enough to make anyone question his motives and trustworthiness. The author makes Tara so easy to relate to. Tara is dealing with her own past and personal issues, constantly trying feel of some worth but all the same is lost. Most of us can relate with Tara in some way or another. 

“All that awaited her was terror and death.”

“Her heart shattered, opening a deep wound in a place she didn’t know existed. A place that was tender and fragile. A tiny place left untainted with regret, now in ruins.”

Super excited that we are able to get a glance into what Tara is facing as she is a huge character for this story. It gives so much more background to the story. While reading Mayan Blood I wondered what happened with Tara and Peter as they were not able to help retrieve the stone from Sarian. Well, this is it! And it is so much more than I hoped for. The Interlude is not for the faint of heart, but sooooo worth it!

“It’s funny where life takes life went from miserable, to worse, to free, to lost, and now-”
4.0 out of 5 stars Lovin' it 18 March 2016
By Kristina L. Metcalf - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I received a copy for a honest review

This book is set directly after book 1, but It's all about Tara.
In case you don't remember Tara is Zanya's BFF. After being taken and tortured by Sarain and letting Marzena dig into her memories to find him in book 1, she is now plagued by nightmares of that time.
She can't eat, she can't sleep, and she feels that she is not worthy of Peter. Not worthy of him for several reasons; her past, before the orphanage, her nightmares, she is a ordinary human in a group of people with special abilities, and because of being just ordinary her forever is a lot shorter than Peter's.
You can really see Tara's struggle here, she wants so bad to be better but refuses to ask for help. She also wants what's best for Peter even if it isn't her so she leaves.
I think her leaving to help her new friend is her trying to redeem herself in her own eyes, helping the good guys is just a plus.
There's a lot of scary stuff that happens to Tara but in the end I think she'd say it was worth it.
It's very good and I can't wait to find out how Zanya's mission is going in the next book.
4.0 out of 5 stars While her best friend, Zanya 16 May 2016
By Sassy Southern Book Blog - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the second book in the Stone Legacy Series and this book focuses on the character of Tara.

Tara still has nightmares from her time with Sarian and also from her past while she lived with her mother. While her best friend, Zanya, is The Guardian, Tara feels hopeless with no powers and tries to help in any way that she can. Unfortunately for Tara, she may end up in more trouble than she could have possibly dreamed of.

I really like Tara and completely understand how she feels so hopeless. Yet at the same time she is really suffering from the nightmares which is affecting everything about her. It's so hard for her to go to Peter with all of her weaknesses as she just feels like she is letting everyone down.

I really liked how Tara's true self came out in this book and her willingness to do what she could to protect Amy, and the others. She is truly a great person and I am happy that she could see the good in herself!

I really enjoyed this book and I look forward to the next one in the series!
5.0 out of 5 stars Interlude 10 March 2016
By Maria T - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
********** 4.5 Paper Cut Princess Stars **********
Interlude is the second installment in The Stone Legacy Series by Theresa DaLayne and one I very much enjoyed reading. This one focuses on Tara. smile emoticon

One thing I am truly loving about this author is how she develops her story lines and characters! As a reader, I cannot help but connect with them and truly love them. Once again, I was fully engrossed in everything that was going on and I didn't want to stop reading once I started!

Great book! I'm officially a fan, Ms. DaLayne!!
4.0 out of 5 stars This was such a great book! 28 March 2016
By Vanessa Deneen - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I received an Advance Reader Copy at no cost from the author/publisher.

This was such a great book! The second book in this series follows Tara, and we get to things from her perspective. We see her struggle with her past and come to terms with things in her heart.

What I liked
I really liked being able to see Tara conntribute more to the cause. She has been feeling so useless because she doesn't have any powers like the rest of her friends, and I think that it was weighing on her. I do like Tara's character much better than the main character of the series, Zanya. Seeing things from Tara's point of view was refreshing.

I very much enjoyed seeing a different part of the story. In the first book you get to see the main issue involving Zanya and her friends, and in this book you get a loot at offshoots of the story. It really brings things together with a better understanding of what is going on. It provides more about the bigger picture of what they are facing.

In this book we get to see Tara's decline, and I think that is is significant to the story. We see how she struggles with her nightmares, her past, and her hope for a relationship with Peter. Her character development is really expanded and goes so much deeper than the first book. Tara becomes so much more complex in this book and it shines a light on the kind of person she really is. It's enlightening and beautiful.

What I didn't like
While I liked seeing things from Tara's point of view, I couldn't help but wonder what was going on with Zanya and Arwan. I think that the book would have been much better if it had been written from both sides of the story including both Tara's journey and also Zanya's journey.

The book was quite short. It felt more like a novella to me. While it didn't make the story lack at all, it didn't feel quite like a full book. I prefer reading longer works. I think that if the story had included both sides of the story as I pointed out above, it would have been best.

Would I Recommend It
Yes. Reading this book is essential to the story being told by the series. It delves in even deeper and gives us a bigger glance at what the main characters are really up against. Tara's character evolves so much in this and it is beautiful to read.

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