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This book had all the things I've come to enjoy from a Lisa Suzanne read. There was a great cast of characters, an interesting plot with a slight twist, some steam, a little drama and a good dose of humor.
I am kinda in love with Lisa Suzanne's books. Like, no joke. It stated for me with Side Effects. Wow, did that book reel me in. So, when I got my hands on Second Opinion, I did not want to read it. I read it the second it showed up on my kindle and did not put it down for long!
Grant Carpenter has been hurt by love. He had a long term relationship once. Grants was so in love, he asked the girl to marry him. Then she told him "he wasn't marriage material". Since then, he hasn't been in a relationship. He has a lot of one night stands. It works for him. He has a constant loop inning through his head that no one would want him long term, so one night is good enough.
When Grants starts spending more time with his sister's (Quinn) long time good friend, Avery, something clicks. Even though Quinn and Avery has been friends for a while, Grant is starting to see her in a whole new light. On a side note, can I tell you how glad I was that we saw Quinn and Reed again?? Not only see them, but it is THEIR wedding. I was so giddy with excitement. Back to Grant, so he and Avery have some crazy intense chemistry. The flirting and banter starts to escalate at the engagement party and leads to them deciding to take the next step after the wedding. Grant was such a sweetheart. He did not want to cause any kind of drama for his sister, so he waited until everything was over to even begin anything with Avery.
What starts off as a one night stand between Grant and Avery, turns into to so much more. Grant actually, for the first time in a long time wants more. Although it scares him, he can see himself with Avery for the long haul. But there is some obstacles in their way. For one, they keep things hidden from Quinn. Grant has caused friendships to end in the past by sleeping with Quinn's friends. She does to want to loose any of her best friends now. Then there is the pasts both Avery and Grant are still dealing with. Both has been traumatized, and because of that they both are not good at relationships. The banter that they have it witty and humorous. The chemistry is amazing. So hot.
This was a fantastic story about finding love again.... and it being better than you remember. Liza Suzanne is my new go to author!! Separation Anxiety, Side Effects and Second Opinion have all be great reads for me.
Second Opinion is one of those rare jewels told from the male POV that I really appreciate.
Grant met the person he was supposed to spend his life with in college. They spend the first year as friends before starting a relationship. After 5 years, Grant proposed, but she said no. Why? Apparently, she didn’t think Grant was marriage material. She broke his heart and Grant spent the next 3 years trying to cope, but being hurt and angry. That’s when she came back into his life just to break his heart a 2nd time. Now, 4 years later, Grant refuses to be broken again…by her or anyone. He hooks up. He doesn’t do relationships. He’s pretty happy about that until he’s at his sister, Quinn’s engagement party and her friend, Avery, is giving him the look. Grant really sees how attractive she is and when she blatantly flirts with him later, Grant is shocked and excited. He tells himself that nothing can happen…she’s Quinn’s best friend. He’s been down that road before and it ended badly. Later, he heads outside and ends up seeing Avery except this time she’s crying. Grant comforts her and she opens up to him some. Grant can’t seem to get her out of his head after that.
Avery has her own issues. After a horrific incident in high school, Avery avoids relationships. She’s always found Grant attractive, but he’s never seemed to notice her until the engagement party. Quinn is her best friend and she doesn’t want to cause any issues with her friendship.
Grant gets a softball team going and Avery is on it. The flirty intensifies, but they aren’t doing anything about it. At Quinn’s wedding, things change. Grant and Avery can’t stay away from each other anymore and they end up having the best sex ever plus sharing secrets in the dark. Neither of them do relationships, but they aren’t ready to give this up either. To avoid the issues with Quinn, they decide to keep this thing between them a secret. A month later and everything is perfect between Grant and Avery. They are still keeping things a secret, but Grant wants to tell everything they are together. Avery is holding back. Grant knows he’s falling in love with Avery and it scares him. One night when he is at Avery’s house, his ex contacts him. What will he do? He’s never gotten over everything that happened with them. Will he throw away everything he’s made with Avery?
It may seem like I told you a lot of the story, but I don’t think I did. The real story is so much more than this. Grant has more than issues. He’s broken. His ex really did a number on him. He’s hurt and untrusting, but what gets you is that this cocky guy has these self-confidence issues deep down. He really believes that he isn’t marriage material. Avery is Grant in female form and together they can be explosive with passion and sex, but also timid and self-conscious with their emotions. Avery also has a tendency to push people away when things get hard.
When Grant’s stupid ex contacted him, I was shocked at his reaction. I wanted to yell at him, but it was like a train wreck. I couldn’t look away. Avery and Grant pulled at my heart strings. Grant was endearing regardless of some of the decisions he made at various points.
One important element that is worth noting…This isn’t really a series, but characters from other books are in this one. Jesse and Veronica from Separation Anxiety appeared in Second Opinion. If you haven’t read Separation Anxiety, you should. It’s an amazing 5 star read (my review from Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/878610471?book_show_action=false). Lisa Suzanne is very good what she does and I look forward to reading more of her books.
Reviewing on behalf of Fierce and Fabulous Book Diva – check us out at http://www.fierceandfabbookdiva.com/.
Complimentary copy provided for honest review.