- Series: Take Me
- Paperback: 334 pages
- Publisher: KA Linde Incorporated (January 27, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0996053034
- ISBN-13: 978-0996053037
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.8 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 89 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,310,262 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Take Me With You (Volume 2) Paperback – January 27, 2015
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USA Today bestselling author K.A. Linde has written the Avoiding series, the Record series, Following Me and Take Me for Granted. She grew up as a military brat traveling the United States and Australia. While studying political science and philosophy at the University of Georgia, she founded the Georgia Dance Team, which she still coaches. Post-graduation, she served as the campus campaign director for the 2012 presidential campaign at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. An avid traveler, reader, and bargain hunter, K.A. lives in Athens, Georgia, with her fiancé and two puppies, Riker and Lucy.
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We had a cliffhanger in Take Me for Granted with what would happen now that Grant’s father was out of prison after having served time for killing his mother in front of him as a child. I wasn't sure where this was going to go, if we were going to go down a bad ending for him and his father or finally get some closer on it. Throughout this book you don’t really know what will happen between him. His father is out, and trying to reach him to “talk”. I didn't know how I felt about it, having been in domestic violence situations myself in the past. Did I want closure for them both, a bad ending, or a happy ending? It’s hard when you have lived through domestic violence, let alone witnessing someone who is suppose to be there to protect you, shoot and kill your mother. There were many moments that made me wonder which way this plot point was going to go, but I was glad to see that Grant’s father came back to ultimately apologize and try to explain he just wanted to know his son. He didn't deserve to get to know him after what he had done, but just the fact that he asked for it and apologized for everything was a great way for Grant to finally get closure in the situation. They get to a point where they understand each other after Grant invites his Dad to see his kind of therapy, music.
The whole book for me centered on how Ari and Grant could handle their relationship; while inside Grant is trying to figure out what to do about this situation with his Dad. After resolving everything with his Dad to get them to at least an OK place, Grant shows Ari his new tattoo for her. The band is leaving to go on the road and even though we don’t get to see how Ari and Grant will handle time apart, the book ends with her getting a matching tattoo in the same place to show how much she wants a piece of him with her all the time.
I love the connection that Ari and Grant share. They're both living their dreams. They didn't have to give everything up to be together. That being said, and this is a K.A. Linde book after all, lots of feels are included in this read. I laughed, had tears and I was nervous all at the same time. I had to walk away from my kindle a time or two.
Both Ari and Grant worked on facing fears and insecurities in this book. For Grant, that was his past and proving that he wasn't like his father; making peace and moving forward. As for Ari, she realizes that she doesn't need her parents approval. They raised her to be a strong, independent and caring woman. They should trust her and her ability to know what she needs.
They realized that it doesn’t matter where you come from, what career you choose, love will find you. It may look messed up to the outside world, but trust and respect will make everything work in the end. Grant and Ari realize that life's problems can be easier dealt with if you let people in, be honest and accept the help they are offering. Most importantly, trusting each other.
I would have loved a look into the future with these two. Really who wouldn't want to know how it all ends? I'm sad that this is the end of our journey with Ari and Grant. I have to admit that the book ended in a good place, allowing the readers to imagine the lifestyle that these two will live.
This is a SOLID 4.5 star book. I would have liked to see a little bit more interaction with Grant’s father. I understand that where it ended is a good stopping point for their journey. At the same time, I think it needed something, I just don't know what. It could very well be that I'm just greedy when it comes to K.A. Linda's writing, I always want more. I really hope we get to see more of these characters in print someday. Seriously, you must read this!
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Nothing special- and the attempt at suspense was lost on me- ended up skimming the last few chapters.
It's a lot of the same. The back and forth. I definitely liked the first one better then the second.Read more