- File Size: 2870 KB
- Print Length: 275 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1523623314
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 21, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B019B6WEE8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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This was a continuation of the previous book, in which there was a lot of background on the characters so this one didn't need to focus on it as much.
As much as I am fond of this world and these characters, this one just didn't live up to the last one. The editing wasn't bad, but there are some issues and the formatting for the chapters was weird.
There's a lot more drama in this one, as in the life threatening kind. That was pretty interesting and definitely helped separate the two books. Still, I felt like there was a lot missing and things weren't all answered - or they were dismissed far too easily. I also wish Benji and Laney, who were supposed to be the focus of the story, were in it more often.
Even though this didn't hold up to 180 Days, I still found enjoyment reading it and I will get the 3rd book when it is released.
**I put "some violence" because I didn't think "graphic" fit it, but I'd say there's a bit more than "some." **
We again join the McIntosh Family in Prairie Town for the up coming wedding of Lydia and Callam. However like real-life lots of drama and excitement leading up to the main event. Starting with Benji and Ags move to the town. Benji developed feels for his BFF's sister Laney when they visited in the first book. Laney too has feelings for Benji but suffers from anxiety and depression and so doubt that she is good enough for him. Benji every the gentleman takes things slow until Laney is ready to open up to him.
The pair's budding romance isn't the only thing happening in the lead up to the wedding. When Lydia and her family start receiving threats about revealing her former identity. Will they find the culprit in time for the dream wedding and will Laney also gets the Happily ever after she deserves too.
Laney's past is obviously different from Lydia's, however it is very troubling (and relatable to many) and still affects her today. I don't want to give too much away, but let's just say Laney is NOT alone!
Then we have Benji. Beloved Benji. We begin to learn a bit more about our Benji in this book as well, including some back story. He has been through hell and wants nothing more than to love Laney. I mean, he does, but he wants to be able to show her.
We also see Mr. Devon Rose again. Up to his old tricks, and even some new ones.
I am afraid to say more, because I don't want to give too much away. Just know that I am anxious for book 3 to be released!
From the first word on the first page, I was sucked into Prairie Town again and felt a huge loss when the book was over. I love when an author is able to do this, because I have some form of ADD (I am almost positive!) however this series has garnered my attention and kept a hold of me all the way through.
Laney, by far, is my favorite character in this series so far. There was something about her in 180 Days, but I can't put my finger on just what it was that drew me to her. My heart broke (I did ugly cry!) when she went through what she did in this book. That darn T.E. Ridener got me!
Benji is my second favorite character, and not just because he loves Laney. He is written as an emotionally strong guy, but he also seems like such a huge teddy bear.
Time to admit something to you all.. Devon is the one I love to hate. I despise the way he treated Lydia and Laney in book one, and want to throttle him myself in book two, but I don't see that there could be a Prairie Town series without him!
In this book we see more deeply into the world of transgender men, but we also see this in contrast to a number of mental health issues including depression, MPD, Sociopaths, and psychopaths.
Underneath it all is a beautiful love story.
A wonderful book for all readers.
There are some sexually explicit sections, that are beautifully, and accurately written. They are erotic, and interesting, but could be skimmed over if that offends. Many people make some strange assumptions about transgender sexual activities, and this book does provide a peek into that world.
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