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This book continues where the last one left off.... now Tank's in a coma fighting for his life - and Sass - well she faithfully visits him every morning but, as the days drag on, there's no response and Sass decides the MC life is no longer for her. She's got a 'normal' loving boyfriend (Nick) waiting for her and Tank had made it clear where they stood so she takes the leap and leaves everyone and everything behind. Meanwhile Tank drifts in and out of awareness and understands what's going on around him but he can't move, talk or open his eyes and the darkness keeps claiming him no matter how hard he tries to fight it.
Time passes, situations change and both Sass and Tank are different versions of themselves.... gone is the fun loving sassy redhead and in her place there's a 'Stepford' version of Sass instead. Gone is the womanizing bad boy - now Tank's strictly a one woman man.... and he's patiently waiting for his woman to realize it. But they are both miserable.... until Sass calls her best friend for help.
I'm sorry and sad that this listen didn't work for me - most of the story was filled with Sass losing her identity and becoming a weak puppet who does whatever Nick wants.... I just wanted to shout "wake up woman" and slap her out of it. I know she was mentally running away from all her problems but it didn't make it any easier or enjoyable to listen to. And I didn't like the way she so easily walked away from her life and cut everyone out... including her loving MC Mom and Dad. I didn't feel any chemistry or burning love between Sass and Tank - this may have been due to the emotionally flat, and at times monotone, male narration. At the end things seemed to be wrapped up too quickly and without much fuss or heart-to-hearts and with only one scene having drama when Tank seeks revenge on Nick.
Worth a credit? IMO, sadly NO... I really didn't click with this listen and there was no happy vibe at the end of it for me. However, the ratings say I'm in the minority here... so maybe you'll love it - but I have to tell it as I feel it.
8 of 11 people found this review helpful
The story was a fairly decent continuance of first book but the narrators didn't make it enjoyable.
Next book is with Jeremy York....cant go wrong with his voice! Will definitely listen.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful