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- Print Length: 417 pages
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- Publisher: A.L. Long; 2 edition (August 17, 2016)
- Publication Date: August 17, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KL8GXB0
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I did go back and read book one again before reading book two. It had been a while since I had read book one and was having a hard time remembering the details. It was suggested to me to go back and read enough of book one until the details started to come back. Of course book one was so good, even though I had already started remember stuff I could not put it down and read book one all the way through again.
I hope I do not make the author, fans, or anyone else mad concerning this review. I feel like I need to be honest. If I did not feel this book was a good book I would not of read it or even left any type of review. I would of just walked away. But I do feel this book is worth every bit of 4 stars. Though I have seriously thought about email the author to make sure she is not going there with Chloe. If she goes there with Chloe then I might have to stop reading book 3. Sorry you will have to read the book to find out what I am referring to.
I did not read this book straight through. Due to the subject matter I did have to take breaks. My heart was truly breaking and it was leaving me very emotionally drained. I feel after reading the book that my emotions are all over the place. I have truly been on one emotional rollercoaster.
I love the story of Rade and Dylan, though I feel Dylan has a lot of growing up to do. She is truly innocent. Dylan in my eyes likes to run when things are not going her way or she hears something she does not like. Oh, do not get me wrong. What happen to her in book one at Castle was a huge tragedy and she had a right to be hurt, mad, anger, and distrusting but would like to see more growth in her. I am ready to see Rade and Dylan’s relationship grow and would like to see Dylan gives as much as Rade is giving. Both characters have trust issues. Dylan after her ex is having some serious trust issues. Rade is the same. After losing his brother and mother he has some serious trust issues as well. Both afraid to put their heart on the line.
My heart truly broke for Rade. That does not excuse all of the secrets he was keeping from Dylan but come on she over reacted to everything. He had a right to be afraid to tell her stuff. I would want to keep secrets from her as well.
Rade will go through more then he should ever have to endure and he will have a lot of guilt, hurt, confusion, and anger to deal with. He truly will need someone to be there for him. Though Dylan was good about doing that at the beginning I feel like she became a little (okay maybe a lot) selfish at the end and made it about her and what she was feeling. Some times in a relationship you have to put your personal feelings and anger a side and listen the to other person and work through the problem. We see that with Rade. He is one that even though Dylan at times would make him anger he would try to put his anger aside and be there for her. Now that he is having all these emotions that is hard for him to deal with he really needs her to but him above herself.
I hated Chloe in the story. I know every story needs a villain and god we know that this story had plenty villain. This woman is pure evil. If you thought she was evil in book one, well then you have not seen anything yet. Her claws really come out in this book. I want to reach in the book and take her out my self..LOL
WOW, what a surprise with Evan Taylor. I was not expecting that. In book one I did not like him and still not certain where my feelings lie with him in book two. But once again isn’t that Dylan fault. I mean in book one she led him on just a little and did not tell him about Rade. Oh, bet your wondering what I was surprised about. Sorry have to read the book to find out.
I truly like Richard. He truly plays a father role in Rade’s life. I know Richard is not liking Rade and Dylan’s relationship but I do believe he loves Rade like a son. Though I do wonder about his friendship with Rade’s father.
Michael Steward. We only got to see a glimpse of him in this book, but I fell there is more to come. I think he is a scum bag as well.
Garrett Matheson which is Rade’s father. I truly am confused of what kind of man he truly is. One minute I hate the man and the other I am left wonder about the love he might have for his son. Truly a confusing situation. Though there are some things that leave his loyalty and trust questionable.
I am really liking Peter and Lilly. I am going to have to go and check out to see if the author has written a story about these two. If not I hope to see one come out.
All in all so far I have enjoyed the series very much and hope that book three will be just as good. I might have to take a day or two to get over book two before trying to read book three.