This second installment tells us the story of Jet and Ayden, both friends of Shaw and Rule.
Jet is a musician and lost himself in alcohol, women and music to try forgetting his family problems and has everyone at arm’s length because he has afraid of get truly connected to someone. He knows that his family is only bringing him pain but still he can’t let go. And although he wants Ayden, he believes that she deserves someone much better than him.
Ayden is in college, graduating in chemistry. She is the perfect student, the perfect girl and only dates perfect and safe boys. So, falling in love with the tattooed and pierced musician who by the way, lives in the same house, it’s not part of her plan. Unfortunately that’s exactly what happens.
But she doesn’t want to give herself to anyone afraid that somehow her past will eventually drive the people she loves away.
On the first book we see when she wants a night with him and he tell her no because she deserves better than someone like him. Now, one year later, when they finally realize than can’t hide from the other anymore and decide to give it a try, their pasts get in the way and they found each other not knowing how to get through everything and still having a chance of a future.
Okay, the first book is still my favorite, but this is pretty good. I’m really loving these people and all their crazy minds. I loved the romance, the steam and the friendship formed between all these characters, especially the great amount of alpha-males.
Fortunately this one didn’t have the same grammatical problems as the first so that was a good thing, I didn’t felt frustrated while reading.
Definitely a series to keep up with! ;)