Pandora (The Organization #1)

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Evil is rising.

Shortly after retrieving a survivor from the ill-fated research vessel La Magia, cruise ship Emerald Rose mysteriously disappears. But evil isn’t content to stay lost forever. The ship reemerges a week later transmitting a single word—Pandora—prompting business tycoon Patrick Carver to send out a team to investigate.

He seeks out Aubrey Pittenger for reasons beyond her. She’s not a soldier or a rescuer, just a doctor who spent the last year suffering from the loss of her little girl. Yet when Carver makes her an offer she can’t refuse, she finds herself hurtling toward the crumbling ship and the dark things that flit through its once elegant hallways.

Mercenary Julian Eduardo receives a similar offer. Having lived most of his life on one battlefield or another, he now fights to ensure his little brother Ricardo won’t have to follow in his blood soaked footsteps.

But all is not as it seems aboard the Emerald Rose, and evil comes in many forms. Carver’s cutthroat team will have to band together if they hope to survive the night and find the essence of hope, the hope they’ve all been searching for, the distant promise at the bottom of Pandora’s Box.

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2 thoughts on “Pandora (The Organization #1)

  1. 5 stars! Non-stop action!
    Wow! Twists and turns you never see coming! The end blew me away. I read this book out loud to my disabled husband, who thoroughly enjoyed it as well! Not a genre we normally read but it kept us enthralled all the way through! I can’t wait to read the next book in this series! Well done!

  2. I just finished reading Pandora and thoroughly enjoyed this fast-paced, creative, and suspenseful novel! My 5-star review follows.

    A research vessel goes missing and a cruise ship, the Emerald Rose, diverts to offer aid and it also vanishes. The cruise ship’s owner, tycoon Patrick Carver engages his security team, led by Julian Eduardo. Patrick asks Dr. Aubrey Pittenger to join the team. She’s hesitant at first, but he convinces her to accept after offering unlimited funds for her research to find a cure for the disease that took her daughter.

    A romance quickly forms between Aubrey and Julian, but they have bigger issues to address. Pandora’s Box is opened and the evil entity, The Watcher, wreaks havoc on everyone around it. Not for the faint of heart, there’s plenty of horror and fast-paced, suspenseful action. There’s also romance, a creative twist on Atlantis, greed and disillusions, conspiracy, and a quest for immortality. The plot thickens throughout the story, with unexpected twists and turns, up to and including the shocking ending.

    Pandora is a well-written story that drew me and had me flipping pages on the edge of my seat. It’s a highly recommended read for those who enjoy horror, action, and suspense.

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