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- Print Length: 170 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 29, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07C95SRGZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #374,301 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Warning: Part Two: (An Anti-Hero Romantic Suspense Novel) (The Vault Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Damon's family, particularly his mother, have put him in the dog house for how things ended with Jillian. While I liked his mother, I find it hard to believe that the leading lady of a mafia family would be so forgiving towards a woman that held a knife to her son's throat in the dead of the night. Damon and his family are still on the lookout for Lorenzo who has gone underground. Jillian has moved back to Louisiana after her split from Damon, causing him to travel there in order to reconcile with her. When he surprises her at her doctor's office, he finds out she's pregnant, making him even more determined not to leave unless she's with him.
I thought Jillian gave into Damon pretty quickly and he took the blame for everything just as fast which left me shaking my head a bit. Jillian was still upset with him about her mother's murder and him not telling her. For the sake of the story, they work it out and Damon wants her to marry him. Damon's sister, Carrie, enters the story. She does her own thing and has her own schemes operating outside of the family and trusts Jillian immediately. They both work together to try and find and bring down Lorenzo. I thought this pushed the envelope a little too far, taking the shine off the story for me. Jillian moved in with Carrie so there was even less contact between her in Damon, a dynamic I missed.
I found Damon a little more arrogant in this book and Jillian's character became a contradiction. One minute she's licking her lips because she wants Damon and the next she's a powerhouse of confidence. She started off strong and putting him in his place and then later was simpering. Carrie telling Jillian everything about her secret side businesses was completely unbelievable considering they'd just met and the former's ability to tie everything up in a neat bow in order to bring down Lorenzo was ridiculous and overly convenient.
While I didn't mind the story, it didn't continue to hook me as much as the first book had and I found it a bit repetitive and cheesy. Jillian started to annoy me and the plot, particularly parts involving Jillian who the author's tried to turn a bit bad, was just too over the top for me. This book also ends on a cliffhanger. I haven't purchased the last book in the series and probably won't. The books are short for the price and this one started grasping at straws.
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