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"I've never given my heart to anyone, agápi mou. You are my first. And you will be my last. You are my forever." (Christos Manos, in Reckless (The Story of Samantha Smith, Book 2))
Now that Samantha Smith has confronted the demons from her dark past in Fearless, she's excited to jump into adulthood with newfound confidence and friends Romeo, Madison, and Kamiko.
Samantha passionately hopes that her dreams of becoming an artist are more than girlish fancy. All she has to do for them to come true is change her major from accounting to art, but she fears her parents will fly off the handle when she reveals her intentions.
Christos Manos, the ultimate bad-boy boyfriend, is committed to staying by Samantha's side, nurturing her and helping her discover her potential, no matter what obstacles are thrown in her way.
When Samantha's life starts to unravel, Christos is the only person she can turn to for the emergency support she needs. But Christos is fighting his own dark demons, tangled secrets he's kept hidden from the beginning. Samantha will be tested to the limits of her resilience, and must discover how truly fearless she can be in the name of love.
Warning: The steam factor in Reckless will be significantly steamier than it was in Fearless.
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By Toya on 03-06-18
I can't believe I purchased this series because I want to actually hear how things turn out but the end of it. If this is the winding road I have to travel to get to the destination, it's not looking very appealing at all.
There was no need to drag things out the way it was. There was also no need for the characters to be as naive and irrational as they were presented. I know there are persons out there with the same countenance, but even those persons learn after the first few lessons. Apparently, that's not the case for these characters.
I'm just completely disappointed at how this series is turning out. Definitely not what I expected at all.
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