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Took My Breath Away (All They Ever Needed) (Volume 2) Paperback – September 5, 2017
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Triggers: Domestic Discipline, PTSD
I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.
This is the second book in this series and you definitely need to read the first book in order to understand what is happening in this book.
Christian and Logan have decided to really throw themselves in to this relationship. With Logan still going to school a few hours away and with his impending summer month being spent with the family members he really doesn't know, Christian and Logan try to make the best of their time together.
When Logan goes to New York and sees how his father was raised, he finds himself in a situation that not only shakes him to his core, but puts his who life in to a tail spin. He is lost in a way that he hasn't been since he was a child.
Gregory and Christian are fighting to keep Logan from being submerged in the guilt and horribleness that is Gregory's family. When they find Logan, he's not himself and there are only two things that help him find his way back - 1. His father's loving discipline - 2. Christian's presence.
This is a story about how Christian and Logan are finding their own way through their relationship - will they be more like Logan's parents or will they find their own way through?
This has some very tender moments and moments where you just want to ring someone's neck. I like where Christian and Logan's relationship is heading, but I do think that there was a lot of back and forth that could have been cut out of the story.
I am glad I was able to read the second book right after the first book, everything was fresh in my memory. In this book Logan goes to NY to see his family, you have to read the first book to understand why this is a big deal. I didn't care for how that all played out either, was over the top. I was hoping to like this book better than the first but I found myself having the same feelings with this book. I will say though, the interaction with Christian and Logan's family was good, I just love Logan's parents. I do like how the DD relationship has progressed, I think it is good for both Logan and Christian. Here's to hoping I like the last book better