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Insufferable Proximity 2 (Volume 2) Paperback – February 28, 2015
"Warlight" by Michael Ondaatje
A dramatic coming-of-age story set in the decade after World War II, "Warlight" is the mesmerizing new novel from the best-selling author of "The English Patient." Pre-order today
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"I can't believe you still wanted to have sex with me after all those years of fighting."
"Not just sex. After all that fighting, I wanted to f*** you raw and beat your a**. After each fight, I'd spend hours fixated on what I wanted to do to you."
First off, I wanna throw out a huge THANK YOU to the author for deciding to write a second part to this story. Ah-Mazing, I just loved it, can't get enough!!
"I'd sell my soul to keep you safe, Heaven. Don't you know that? I'd give up everything I've ever owned, known or loved to keep you alive and here with me."
We pick up right where IP1 leaves off, with Gavin being hauled away by the police. Heaven & Julian both have very different reactions to the attack. While Heaven decides she is no longer going to deny herself anything, she won't take anything for granted & she vows to live her life to it's fullest, Julian goes in to full on 'protect Heaven at all cost' mode, and he kinda becomes obsessed with it. It was interesting to see the changes that take place with Julian. For the first time in his life he experiences a little thing called jealousy, he has no idea what to do with it and he doesn't handle it well. Other than that, he's the same dominate sex-obsessed Julian I've grown to love. He brought a few giggles out of me as well.
"I need you right now, you're not some random f*** buddy... you're my fiancée. You're going to be my wife very soon. I'll have sex with you wherever I damn well f***ing please."
"What did I tell you about bringing work home with you? If I can't f*** every other hour while we're at work, then you can't waste our valuable time at home with work."
The cattiness at work has calmed down...some (Lila still needs a good a** whopin), their trust in those around them has been shakin to it's core, old enemies resurface, Julian's family skeletons come to light & boy was that a doozy, but they stick together through it all. What. A. Ride!! Lots of drama, laughs & Smokin hott lovin ;)
Thank You, Thank You, THANK YOU Ms. Stefani xo xo xo
'He never believed he would love anyone more than himself; it had never seemed logical. Love had never made sense to him; it had always seemed too reckless to be healthy. Now it made all the sense in the world'
I knew it would be tough to beat the first book, but there were areas that just fell flat. The characters were less developed. I thought story lines were rushed in some areas and not developed enough in other areas. I was waiting for something else to happen with Julian's mother, but after her initial scenes, she disappeared and I was left wondering why that storyline was even introduced. I wanted more of Ian and his wife and Gloria. Blake's story ended abruptly and was downright ridiculous sometimes. Lila Strain's story could have been amped up a lot. The Ronnie/Juliette story was odd. I love Julian and Heaven, but Julian's possessiveness was over the top. I love alpha males, but the way he was about how Heaven dressed was too much. Heaven came off looking weak and controlled, which was in contrast to her fiery personality portrayed in the first book. I also didn't want a repeat of the whole Gavin story. I wanted more originality and intensity like was displayed in book one. I wanted better developed characters. I did appreciate the multiple points of view, and of course Heaven's mother and her entoutage brought several smiles to my face. I was happy to see the HEA and a glimpse into the future for Heaven and Julian, but I wasn't satisfied with the story as a whole. After waiting so long, I was a bit disappointed and left.....wanting.
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And so did Gavin!!! Poor Clive.....NOT!!'