I've found it's easy to share my body but not my soul. I need no one, yet I crave her. Self-assured and independent, she doesn't need me, but she wants me, and undeniably I want her too. At war with myself as I battle the secrets of my past, I don't know if I can allow her to see the darkest parts of me, the parts I've left untouched - undone. As she chips away at the walls I've built for years, I fear those secrets will hold me hostage from love forever.
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- SHELLY ARAUJO
Much better then book 1
Complex, emotional & memorable
This is a great book. Book 1 was good but this one was so raw and emotional. I didn’t want to put this down. We are introduced to Landon in book one. He’s a bad boy unwilling to settle down. We learn so much about his past in this book and it’s heartbreaking and really sad for lack of better words. The childhood abuse he suffered was difficult to listen to and the narrator did a great job portraying his agony through his tone. Landon falls in love with Regan but his past has made him afraid to love and commit to anyone and he continuously pushes her away. Regan is a strong, intelligent woman that isn’t looking for a man to rescue to her unlike the main character in book 1, which I love. This book is filled with drama but it’s nothing too unbelievable and I highly recommend it.
Zach has the same issue I’ve found with all male narrators portraying a southern female, it’s terrible! When I say terrible I don’t mean you can’t stand to listen to it but it just sounds like ridiculous to me. It really isn’t that big of a deal though. Zach did an awesome job, I could feel the rage Landon experienced through Zach's narration.
Yes, but discussing it would give too much of the story away.
Although this is book 2 you won't miss anything crucial if you don't read the first book.