She's learned doing the right thing isn't always best and now she is living the consequences of her greatest sacrifice. Every day since Grayson Lee left is one she wishes he hadn't. Years have gone by since their friendship turned to more and then was eradicated by Lily alone; enough time for their young love to fade. Only it hasn't, not for Lily.
Now he is back and seeing him is devastating to her at the same time it is rapture. She tries to accept that they cannot be together, but everything inside her shouts that they should be; that they only fit with each other. And so she has to accept the greatest truth of all: She loves him still. She loves him enough not to let him go this time.
First of all, and clearly the most important of all - I say without bias *shifty eyes* - is that there are platypires in this book. Okay, so they're not the actual vampire platypus creature. But there is a band called "Eddie and the Platypires", which specifies before the book began that I won that name in a charity auction. It was so freaking beyond awesome to see that in a story, by one of my favorite authors of all people.
Now, on to the review!
Incomplete ends in a clearly unfinished way, expectedly, so I was pretty much going crazy with anticipation waiting for this book. The moment I received it everything else was put on hold - because this was one that needed to be read, immediately.
When Lily and Grayson see each other for the first time in two years... Just wow. Pretty sure I forgot how to breathe - which is not something unusual when I read one of Lindy's books (She is clearly trying to kill me). I was clutching my kindle for dear life, both excited and terrified of what was going to happen. I don't want to give any spoilers, but wow.
There is a new character in this story, Stone Pratt. Oh my freaking gawd! If Lindy doesn't give him a spin off book, she is wrong. Because he is perhaps my favorite of every character I have ever read that she created. Yes, this includes Luke from Charmed and Jared from Safe and Sound. He has a personality that you can't help but be drawn to... plus he pretty much exudes awesomeness.
Another new character, Megan. I cannot think of many characters I've wanted to punch in the face the way I wanted to do to her. I'm not going to go into details, but it want to say this... What kind of person does that? No. Just no.
This book was incredible. Perfect sequel to Incomplete, and worth the wait. Highly recommend this series to pretty much everyone.