Meanwhile, Nate, Erin's oldest friend and brother, has formed an undeniable bond with Tonya that he is reluctant to pursue because of his own inner demons.
Will love be enough?
As someone who really enjoyed the first book, I was excited to be able to read this one. It picks not long after the end of the first one, so it was easy to get right back into the story.
The difference in this story was it had less Erin in it, and more Trent and Nate. I did like getting to know Nate more, so it was a welcomed change.
My biggest issue in this story was the editing. Unlike the first book, it was just with typos this time. The story itself was great - I really enjoyed it.
It was a quick read, enjoyable with enough drama to keep you reading while gripped to your seat.