I think I have learned my lessons on trilogies. I am now going to listen to the whole thing before I write the review of book 1, hence my weird ratin..Show More »g.
This book was great, it had twists, it was hot, it was believable...and then the massive cliffhanger and poof contrived drama that is so ridiculous I can't even do it justice.
In book one they meet they fall, they become each others world then Tristan drops a metaphoric bomb and Nina has to leave...then she gets into a crash and it wipes away her memory...how freaking convenient! Then they work through some things and poof even with the previous information she starts hunting him...and that's where book 2 leaves us...which is beyond any soap opera plot.
These books went from plausible to totally ridiculous, I will not be getting the third, wished I never got the first!
As you'd expect from a sequel, the story continues where the first left off. However, unlike other series where each book tends to be just another epi..Show More »sode with melodrama and pages of angst to act as page fillers, this one actually adds depth. Personally I think this book is better than the first and I almost didn't buy it because I thought it would be one of those where the same story is retold from another viewpoint. Surprisingly, what I found is that the plot that was sketched out in the first book thickens as Tristan finds out the extent of his family's wrong doings and his difficulty in coping with that and the effect that it has on his tenuous relationship with Nina. The only disappointing thing is that the story does not end and we have to wait for another volume (hopefully not more) to get our happy ending.