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- Book 2 of 3 in Breach (3 Book Series)
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Since she began posting stories online, she's garnered acclaim for her diverse stories and hard hitting writing style. Two stories and characters are never the same, her brain moving through different ideas faster than she can write them down as it also plots its quest for world domination...or cheese. Whichever is easier to obtain... Usually it's cheese.
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The story in Infraction picks up right where Breach left off (here's my review of Breach) and after the devastating cliffhanger that it had ended on, I was left absolutely desperate for answers! And boy, did I ever get them!
I don't want to say too much about the plot here because this isn't a standalone and should only be read after Breach but suffice it to say that all the questions that were built up in the first book were answered, the issues were addressed and worked through (in a healthy, healing way), and the emotional depth of the romance was deepened.
The vibe was very different than the first book though even though it continued the story perfectly. While Breach was very rocky and tumultuous, Infraction was very healing and developmental and really counter-balanced the first one well. The pacing was wonderful and constantly moved the story forward, the writing was fluid and kept me fully connected to the story and the plot was gripping. I read it in one sitting and just didn't want to put it down.
I found this book to be considerably more emotional than the first. While I didn't actually cry, I still felt very deeply connected to both Nathan and Lila because in this one the walls are down and the masks are off. Everything is in the open and we got to see the real Nathan and the real Lila. We saw their pain, their heart ache, their guilt, sadness, love, loss, need, desires... everything was on display and finally brought into the light. There was no more hiding.Read more ›
We knew that both Lila and Nathan were two fractured souls and we knew that fixing themselves would not be easy or pretty. But we understood that in order for them to do this - they needed each other.
This was a captivating & layered story of them putting all the shattered pieces back together. Nathan's forced acceptance that although he wanted to give up on living because the guilt weighed him down, that Lila awakened a beast within him. And it was too late to let her go again.
"But when I took you, I gave everything I could and it was raw and primal. I craved you to the point of insanity."
Lila was beaten down - her existence tittering on the edge of darkness.
She saw a glimpse of what it was like to be wanted - to be loved and then he left her. The rush of every insecurity overtaking her senses as she drowned in them. Letting Nathan back in after he broke her was not going to be easy.
K showed pure talent in taking a story that showed you glimmers of such a tainted tale of love mixed in with some of the hottest and most erotic sex in Breach and then peeling back all of the layers in Infraction. We saw a glimpse of what heartbreak existed under the surface in Dissolution but in Infraction we learn that in order to fully heal you have to completely break apart.
Although I loved the rough and dirty in Breach I adored the less physical aspects of Infraction. This was not a 'poof' you are suddenly healed story. The struggle is agonizing and heartbreaking, but you never lose sight of just how much need there is between them.Read more ›
A male lawyer is working in a law firm that has very clear rules about fraternizing yet he has several women sexually harassing him every day and nobody does anything about it?
That same law firm is changing their rules about fraternizing yet it takes weeks for them to get it written and implemented? What good are all those lawyers that work there if they can't do something so simple?
Lila gets a lawyer and goes to court to get herself emancipated from her abusive father. He screams at her in front of the judge and tries to attack her and the only thing the judge does is tell him to calm down?
I understand this is fiction but at least it should be believable!!
Infraction certainly was all about healing, reconnecting and becoming stronger people. I am happy we got all of that in this book. Taking this journey with Nathan and Lila was heartbreaking and heartwarming at the same time. My heart ached for both of them as they dealt with their demons.
We got a different Nathan in this book. Well, for the first 60% of the book anyways. When the book begins, it is centered on Lila in the hospital healing from her horrible accident. Nathan is with her every step of the way. He has to care of her and prove to her how much he loves her. He needs her to trust him.
Lila is still heartbroken and resists him even though her heart is being responsive to him. She just does not trust that he will not reject her again. She cannot go through that again. However, without any alternatives, she eventually leaves the hospital at his mercy.
And this is when their journey to heal begins…..
Nathan was forced to face the horrific event that altered his life 4 years ago. He needs to let go of the pain and guilt before he is truly able to move on to a life with Lila. Watching him move through his emotions made me sad but finally seeing him comfortable in his own skin made me so happy. Finally, we see another side of Nathan.
Lila also had a lot to work on too. Nestled deep down she believes she was unlovable. That no one would or could ever want her. She has emotional and physical scars that ran deeper than she realized. As the words, describing her pain came out of her and she faces them with Nathan she starts to heal.
As they reconnect and their relationship begins to evolve, it certainly isn’t without more pain. They both teeter. They make progress and then they falter.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
KI Lynn had me worried there for a while that our golden couple wouldn't pull through. That the demons were too much. Too strong. I should've known better. Read morePublished 4 months ago by des reads lots
Once again KI Lynn has managed to give me the feels with one of her books. Infraction is book Two in the Breach series. It starts off right where Breach left off... Read morePublished 5 months ago by A. Rian ~Beneath The Covers Blog~
Great story! Lila goes through so much & Nathan stays by her side. They both have a lot to deal w/ from their past in order to move forward in their relationship & w/ the help of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by rainmarie
Love Lila and Nathan and how the journey is progressing. I know not to get too happy as bad things are yet to come, but I have faith they'll weather any storm that comes their way. Read morePublished 7 months ago by A. Christian
Oh my, the story possibilities that were left at the end of this book! My mind is going in a million different directions. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amelyn Randall
Lila and Nathan are trying to get their relationship on the right track, but the past keeps rearing its ugly head again and again. I can't wait to read what happens next.Published 8 months ago by Lori Osowski
Oh man, sh$t is going down! Poor Lila, girl can't catch a break it seems. Although this was another great dirty talking and hot book, I felt the beginning was a tad bit slow. Read morePublished 9 months ago by I Heart Books
So in book 2 in the Breach Series we get to learn about all of Nathan and Lila's ghosts. Any questions you had from book one will be answered, good and bad. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Holly Reader
I just finished book 2 and it's even better than book 1. Read my review of book 1 and you'll understand why I say that. Read morePublished 12 months ago by rnj1