Took quite some time getting acquainted with Becca's voice. Was very forced at first but halfway through it she seemed more at ease minus the whole "Holy Fuck's". Disappointed, could have used a better male narrator for Christian. I find myself smirking and laughing as Christian starts to feel more at ease and how much his character has grown or shall I say Fifty Shades Lighter. Don't know how I feel about the third book but most likely I will probably grab a copy.
Becca Batoe does an outstanding job in this series. Loved listening to this book! I recommend the whole series as Becca is the voice throughout!
More interesting, even some mystery, when compared to Fifty Shades. Worthy follow up. Enjoyable and sets up final chapter. Next?
Better than first
Got to know more about each character and introduced to new ones only mentioned in first book.
Had its moments - but with better narration - you might actually feel the love these two characters had for one another.
The book is written simply and about two people who continue to explore the emotions they are feeling for one another; that is unfamiliar to them in a lot of ways. If the narration could have had two characters reading in both sexes. "Maybe" the emotion and intensity of their love might have come through.