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Checkmate: This is Love (Travis & Viola, #2) (Checkmate Duet Series) Kindle Edition
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Travis King - flove his dirty talk – his sexual dominance is H.O.T. He can teach me a #royallesson ANYTIME! He tries to do the right thing but in the end, he ends up getting hurt and suffers more loss than he could ever imagine.
Viola Fisher – She is so close to realizing her dreams. But, what if her dreams have changed? Her world is rocked. Her trust is lost. It’s like the rug is pulled out from under her. Can she pick herself up and move on?
It’s a love story that is ever changing. Can they adapt as life changes and move forward or will their love only be a memory from the past?
Of course Viola sort of goes back to her old ways of not completely trusting Travis and it strains their relationship, but also Travis isn't completely open with Viola or Drew so he doesn't help the situation AT ALL! When Viola is off putting her diploma to good use Travis is hell bent on staying true to her and it. was. so. SWEET! I just love how he finally got his act together and basically grew up and became a man, because that's what Viola needs. She doesn't need a player, or a guy who thinks he loves her, or a guy who loves her but doesn't keep her in the loop to "protect" her, she needs a real man who will go the distance with her and FINALLY that's what Travis grows into. He was patient and kind, stable and sweet, all while being super duper sexy!
All of the sizzle is still there and even more passionate if that's even possible. Traviola is one of those couples that is so in tune with each other it's just sick, but also utter perfection! This series should be read because you will be in for a wild ride! This is one of those books that filled with characters that you'll want to pick up and revisit again and again. There are so many up and downs, but through it all I was rooting for a true HEA and I was not disappointed!
I was way more invested in Travis and Viola's relationship in this book than I was while reading the first book. That's because once Travis became a one woman man, he was dedicated to Viola. I was amazed at how loving he was towards her. Their relationship developed into this really cute and sexy thing. I didn't expect it to be so sweet. They still had their friction filled banter, but there was a noticeable tenderness between them.
Travis wasn't the only one who surprised me. Viola completely shocked me a couple of times. I wasn't expecting some of the choices she made. They frustrated me a bit, and I didn't think they were fair. I guess they did make the story more interesting, though.
The secondary characters really shined in Checkmate: This is Love. Kayla and Courtney were such good friends to Viola. Courtney was hilarious, too. I loved her unnoticed obsession with Drew. He was so cute and clueless. If I didn't already know these characters were getting books of their own, I would be begging for them.
Overall, Checkmate: This is Love was a good conclusion to Travis and Viola's story. Their relationship grew and changed throughout this book, and I loved where they ended up.