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This is book 2 of 2, in book one we have laney who needed money for her mothers heart transplant, the only thing she had of value to people with that kind of money was her virginity. So, story number one was Laney and Noah getting to know each other and falling in love. Book 2 picks up where book 1 left off, Noah has decided he can't handle keeping Laney to their deal now that he knows why she did it. So he does the noble thing a lets her go..,.too bad she didn't WANT to be let go! Same weird names for things/anotomically incorrect phrases. The wonder Pien, is back as are the other crass words. Serious readers need not bother, it's just a fun book.
This book had many opportunities for contrived drama and it didn't take any of them, so well done there! The complaint I have is too many detailed "scenes", usually that is a plus for me but there were WAY too many! I have to say my recommendation is stop with 55 minutes left to go. After Noah gives laney the gift just shut it off, it will leave you with a better leaving feeling.
I liked the books, but many wont.
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If you've been reading this genre, post Fifty Shades, you know there is a lot of copy-cat protagonists that don't know who they really are and find themselves only by being pushed beyond their limits by irresistible, insatiable counterparts. This series shows there is a big difference between losing control and giving control. Lainie knows what she's doing and never takes on the role of a victim. This is a young couple who does not exchange their youthful effervescence for their attraction to each other, they use it to make their relationship more intense. Much credit to the writer as she presents a refreshing take on what is becoming a much played out genre. The narration from the male and female POV puts you in the head of both Lainie and Noah. She also introduces supporting characters who are interesting in their own right and and certainly sequel worthy. The narration is on point. Rubyy and Rockwell are marvelous choices for these youthful characters. Bravo. The sequel is a success and definitely point worthy.
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