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Return: Davlova: Book Two (Volume 2) Paperback – September 1, 2015
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About the Author
A.M. Sexton (who also writes gay romance as Marie Sexton) is a typical soccer mom. She has a fondness for wine and cheese, an addiction to coffee, and occasionally bleeds orange and blue. She lives in Colorado with her husband, their daughter, her dog, and one very stupid cat.
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This story captured my imagination like few others. I could not put these books down.
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I thoroughly enjoyed Return! It was a wonderful end for Ayo and Mischa. It showed growth of the characters and love.
However, those readers looking for a continuation of the uber dark and violent themes of book one will be disappointed. While there are brutally violent acts recounted in graphic detail, none of it happens to our characters. That isn’t to say there aren’t dire situations Mischa and Ayo find themselves in; the world they live in is still in chaos and they must navigate it to come through to the other side.
I loved how Mischa grew as a person, wanting more than his upbringing. I loved his dedication to Ayo. I appreciated that he grieved for Donato but it felt akin to the way domestic abuse victims still defend and “love” their abusers.
Ms Sexton brought the scenes alive. I could feel the difference between Davlova and Deliphine. I felt submersed in the surroundings.
So, though different than the first book, Return was still a wonderful novel.