OMG could she have dragged this story out any further? We do not need to have every single solitary detail of each character's every thought. Good story line,
great chemistry between characters but this story cold easily have been told in half the time. Jim's narrating truly makes this story worth listening to. He could describe paint drying and make it sound fascinating. 5 stars for his performance.
If you have been reading this series, you have to know this book had to be totally about Lainie and the drama that she brings. I thought this was a good story, primarily because it was about a woman who had trauma visited upon her life and the people she loves. This is no easy ride. It affects her in ways even she can't understand. The fact that Hop is alpha and deep, give the story much humor and depth This was a great addition to the series. Certainly worth the credit.
If you've been reading this genre, post Fifty Shades, you know there is a lot of copy-cat protagonists that don't know who they really are and find themselves only by being pushed beyond their limits by irresistible, insatiable counterparts. This series shows there is a big difference between losing control and giving control. Lainie knows what she's doing and never takes on the role of a victim. This is a young couple who does not exchange their youthful effervescence for their attraction to each other, they use it to make their relationship more intense. Much credit to the writer as she presents a refreshing take on what is becoming a much played out genre. The narration from the male and female POV puts you in the head of both Lainie and Noah. She also introduces supporting characters who are interesting in their own right and and certainly sequel worthy. The narration is on point. Rubyy and Rockwell are marvelous choices for these youthful characters. Bravo. The sequel is a success and definitely point worthy.
If this is your genre, you will enjoy the story. Narration can make or break a book. Please don't give me some old geyser narrating the part of a twenty or thirty something man, it's just creepy. Rockwell Davis does a fabulous job here. He is Noah! Rubyy Jones narration is on point. Let's face it, she's a young girl and so the voice a great match. . I like the fact that she is no doormat and understands her role in this relationship quite well. What I want to say is she is young, but definitely not dumb. Lainey really gives Noah a run for his money. The story is the the story with a believable premise, and it is entertaining. It was well worth the credit and yes I would definitely the next book.
Starts off a little slow, but makes up for it later on . Good series. Have read the first two. They actually have an engaging plot, where the protagonists battle something worth fighting for a cooperative society. I'd give a re-read for sure
Great writing, funny and truly entertaining. Not everybody can handle the English accents, but here, they are the icing on a very tasty cake. Remarkable sequel to BB. Well worth the credit.
Wonderful storyline. Lot's of surprises here. Thoroughly enjoyed this contribution to the series.
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