Fighting Sanity (Tales of the Citadel Book 4) Viola Grace Review

Review:

Fighting Sanity - Viola Grace

Being a bastard on Bassinor has been difficult enough, but Erinii Zakkata has always done her duty to family and that was what landed her in the facility to begin with. Gassed into a hallucinogenic state, she has spent four years trying to swim out of the fanciful creations of her mind, and with a little intervention from a familiar face she manages to find reality again. Or did she?

Until she can find a way to escape she has to appear to be a madwoman in a psych facility, and when the role comes far too easily, she has to wonder if she has made it out of her nightmares or is she still trapped in her own mind, living out an escape that seems far too good to be true?

A representative from the Citadel is now featuring heavily in her fantasies, but is he real or just another illusion to keep her from escaping her imprisonment?

Time and a heavy detox will tell.

 

Review

 

This is a dark world where people with psychic talents are imprisoned  in their own minds.

 

The heroines is admirable and the story of her freedom is worthwhile. The romance is pretty pale but enjoyable.  

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