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Random & Rare (Lock & Key Book 2) by [Porter, Cat]
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Length: 323 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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"It slayed me. Tore me to shreds and left me for dead. One of the best books I've read. Ever. Not just this year... Amazing. Brilliant. I want more." - The Dirty Book Girls


"So impressed with this book...I love this series!" - Willow Aster, USA Today best-selling author

"A crippling, killer book hangover that only became more raw and brittle with each book...I will never forget these characters and their soul-touching love stories." - The Rock Stars of Romance
"I loved this book...Sexy, incredibly thrilling, creative, emotional, uplifting - this book has it all. I really didn't think anything could match the power and beauty in Lock & Key, but the author did it again."  - The Book Bellas

"This story broke my heart and then healed it... all in one night. Epic Story!" - Book Gossip

"A heartbreaking read, beautifully written...an epic love story...a MUST READ book and one of the best I have read this year...a tragic and beautiful story that is the Lock & Key series...thank you, Cat Porter!"  - Perusing Princesses

"Simply beautiful...a moving story...intricately woven. One of the best books about love I've ever read." - EDGy Reviews

Product Details

  • File Size: 3855 KB
  • Print Length: 323 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Cat Porter (March 10, 2015)
  • Publication Date: March 10, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TISOZLU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,218 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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What an interesting story. We get Dig's POV for a little more than the first half of the book and some questions I had from Lock & Key were answered and some misconceptions cleared up. Dig's past was really put into the forefront and it made sense as to why he was the way he was. We get Grace's POV for the rest of the book and find out where she and Miller stand in their quest for a baby. When things don't work out during their first try at surrogacy, Grace spirals into a depression and stays distant from Miller. We find that she has regrets waiting to have a baby with Dig and feels that this whole thing is her fault. Miller and Boner try to pull her out of her depression but it isn't until an unexpected person from the past appears that she is finally given the hope that it will turn out all right. She is reminded of Dig's Latin mantra and decides to take it to heart and start acting on it. Tania shows up unexpectedly back in Grace's life and tries to get Grace back on the right path. When a short trip to scout for antiques goes awry, we find Grace in a difficult situation with Creeper again and we meet her new savior who provides Grace with a gift that was from the heart and provides her with her hopes and dreams. Very nicely done and was just as happy with this book as the first one. I usually do not read paranormal books but this was done in such a great way that I didn't have any issues with it at all.
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I hope my review does not scare away any readers because frankly what I am going to say would probably scare me away. This book gutted me but in a beautiful way. I can honestly say that is not what I usually strive for in my reading. I want happy and this book does deliver on that but there is so much sad before the happy. Remember the prologue from Lock and Key in which Cat Porter makes the metaphor that truth is a sword that cuts deep and hurts but is utterly beautiful at the same time. I think that applies even more to this book than the first. I handled Dig's death better in the first book because I knew he was going to die and that Miller was really the hero of the book. It kept me from getting too attached. Plus I did not always understand or empathize with Dig so although I was sad when he died I was prepared. This book was both so much better and so much worse. More than half the book is a retelling of the past this time from Dig's POV. I know some readers do not like that but I love it. Interestingly it is not word for word because parts of a scene that were less important to Dig were skimmed over. "She told some joke about..." Rather than repeating the exact words from book one. I thought that was very well done. The problem with this part of the book is that no matter how hard I resisted I fell for Dig. Hard. This time around his death was so much more painful. I do not know how the author could stand writing it because you could tell she loved Dig also.

The second part of the book brings some resolution for Grace and I was glad. She deserved that. A lot is still going on so you know that next book will be a wild ride also. Let me just say this book is worth it despite the ache in my chest at times.
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I've read both books "Lock & Key" and "Random & Rare" in two days! Both books are excellent and a must read. What I like most about Cat's writing style is the depth she gives her characters. And, I mean like serious in-depth thoughts about why people do the things they do based on their earlier in life experiences. And, that is what our lives are based on. Life is about how you deal with the challenges in your life because there are always going to be challenges. The first part of this book was about Dig's early life experiences that shape him into the man he was. And, the second part of the book is about about Grace's past experiences with Dig and how the are affecting her life now with Miller.
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This is really a 4.5 read for me. Why not the full 5 stars? My biggest issue with this book was the time frame in which was released. I felt it should have been released much sooner. I had to reread "Lock & Key" before I could start reading this book. I hate it when I have to do that. At least I got to revisit why I loved "Lock & Key" so much. I pre-ordered this book but did not immediately read it. I am a Cat Porter fan but I was not anxious to read a book about a guy I already knew was dead. What? You want me to get invested in him as a character? You want me to get to know and love him? Even though I know he is already dead? That does not sound like fun to me. As far as I was concerned he was just fine as an already dead character. As far as I was concerned "Lock & Key" ended perfectly and why mess with perfection? Well...... I guess you can teach an old dog a new trick because I truly loved this book.

I loved getting to know Dig and his time with Grace. Through Dig the reader gets all the behind the scenes info on what Dig was up to in the MC. We get the story of Wreck's death and more insight on backstory info on Miller. The first 65% of this book is in Dig's POV and tells his story up to his death. The second half goes to the present and continues with Grace and Miller where they left off from "Lock & Key". Both Parts were beautifully written and seem to flow naturally together. I will say I did have some issues with how things resolved themselves so conveniently, and coincidentally, but it still moved me. I can be a pretty stoic person. I do not like to get emotional. Angry or mad? Sure. I can do that. Laughing with abandon? My favorite. The best. Teary eyed and emotional. No thanks.
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