Hold On! – Season 3
Belinda Reese finds herself running for her life—from Brandon.
This time, Drake must face his most dangerous enemy yet—HIMSELF!
Book Three in the Hold On! Trilogy.
The world believes Brandon Drake is dead, but he awakens in a secret government complex believing it to be 2012. The last four years of his life have been erased from his conscious mind. Only his true, malevolent self, The Scorpion, remains.
He soon finds himself dispatched on an assassination mission, but the mission fails as he is struck down by a debilitating pain in his head.
Before long, he discovers he’s been duped, and that four years have passed since his last memory. A bloodbath ensues as he escapes from the complex and sets out to find the truth about his missing years. He learns of a woman named Belinda Reese and associates her with his terrible pain. To be strong enough to destroy those who betrayed him, he sets out to kill Belinda, leaving a trail of death and destruction in his wake.
However, a mysterious figure wearing a black helmet appears to him in the darkness. He is the true cause of Drake’s pain: an adversary who identifies himself only—as The Interceptor.
Past, present, and future collide as the Hold On! Trilogy reaches its jaw-dropping conclusion.
CAUTION: This entry contains violent and adult themes.
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Run: Hold On! Season 3 (Action/Thriller)
By Peter Darley
Amazon Digital Service, Inc.
“Final Season of This Fast-Paced Thrill Ride.”
At the end of Season 2, Brandon Drake, The Interceptor, crashes in the air car, and is presumed dead. However, he awakes in a lab where Dr. Frederick DeSouza has wiped out his memory of the last four years, returning his personality of The Scorpion, a deadly killer without conscious. SDT Director Andrew Wilmot and Agent Cynthia Garrett lead him to believe it’s 2012, and Drake is assigned to them in Operation Nemesis.
Things don’t go as planned, as Belinda, Tyler, and Emma come back on the scene. But will The Scorpion kill them before they can return him to his personality of The Interceptor, a hero, not a killer? This third episode – or season – concludes the initial cliffhanger series, but to reveal any more would give away the ending. Needless to say, there is an ending of sorts, but the adventure doesn’t have to cease at this point, and that’s all I’ll say. If you like your action fast, the villains mean, and the heroes tough, you’ll like the “Hold On!” series, but be prepared to read all three seasons for the final battle between The Scorpion and The Interceptor. Highly recommended.
Author of CARNIVAL OF DEATH