After the cliff-hanger of the last book I was dying to get my hands on this one so badly. Like would have sold my first born into slavery to get it a day earlier, dying for it. And picking up this one I was as excited as I was apprehensive. Knowing that this is the second book of three I was so worried that there was going to be so much angst and drama and end on another cliff-hanger. And the teasers didn’t really help.

So first things first the cliff-hanger on this one was both more brutal and yet, for me, less angsty. And to be fair that might make me seem cold (you’ll understand when you read that dreaded THE END. I really am struggling with what to say so as not to give anything away. So, I’m going to assume you finished the last book and are dying to know what happens after the dramatic end.

All I’m going to say is Mason goes all out caveman once he realises his mistake. And Kay is her amazing self. There’s some drama, there’s more depth into some of the secondary characters, and there’s a load of Mason and Kay and #UofJ411. I couldn’t put it down and yet I was scared to turn the page as I watched the last page get closer and closer.

But now I am freaking out that I have to wait two whole months to find out what happens next. And as excited as I am for that I’m also now super excited to see the spin off Alley has been teasing us with. But OMG I need more BTU. Seriously what is it going to take to get Alley to give up sleeping and dedicate those extra hours to writing because I need all her words.

 

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