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Book 2 in the Hearts of Darkness series, follows Caden and Makenna as they navigate their relationship, dealing with protective brothers and a particularly persistent ex boyfriend, add to this Caden's demons and we have a recipe for another interesting, addictive read. Caden suffers badly with stress in this book and he doesn't handle it well. I've got to say Makenna is a star through all his struggles. I felt so sorry for Caden, dealing with so many personal all issues. I so wanted them to get their happy ever after. A lovely story with some emotional scenes.
I, like so many other fans of Caden and Makenna's story, have waited so long for this. And it was worth the wait.
I especially liked the honesty with which Caden's struggle with PTSD was presented. It is ugly and all-consuming and ruin so many lives of victims and their families.
But then there is love and forgiveness, in all its many forms.
At one point I couldn't listen any further, it was by far too painful to experience and share in the heart-wrenching pain, and even the knowledge of an HEA couldn't alleviate that whole in my chest. I cried to Caden even more than Makenna. And so will you.
THIS IS A MUST-READ but only AFTER you've read Hearts in Darkness.
Happy reading....and crying.
I would have given the book 5 stars because I enjoyed how unique the story was, but the 3rd car accident was just too much. made the book seem almost melodramatic and over the top.
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This book was great, there was proper story development and just enough romance, just enough hot sex. It was a fairly predictable storyline - inevitably the main characters don’t communicate, make stupid assumptions and that then becomes the main plot twist.
What did work really well was Laura Kaye’s respectful and reasonably accurate depiction of someone experiencing serious mental health health issues. There was lots of pain caused by the mental health problems being faced, but in this story there was still a way for them to be loved and valued rather than condemned and rejected.
Other than the predictability of the plot, this was a well written enjoyable listen.