This was okay for a sequel. I do not regret buying it and reading it, but I will not be reading book 3. Book 2 ends with some unanswered questions which will probably be answered in book 3. The story is dragging. Everything could have been answered and solved in this book.
The cover is perfect for this story.
There was still too much inner dialogue.
Ana still forgave too easily. The hero never had to fight to win her back. Even her ultimatums were weak. It took a day for if not less for her to be like "okay, Jackson".
I thought there would be more drama with Briony Donohue. The whole situation with that felt weak. I was expecting more. I think that in this book, Ana showed how weak she was more than how strong she is. Ana needs therapy. A guy is not going to cure her. The minute something else goes wrong with Jackson, she is going to start cutting. You have to heal yourself and not wait for the guy to heal you. Ana needs help. Majority of the book she thought about hurting herself!</spoiler>