By: Natasha Preston
Release Date: June 10, 2014
Genre: New Adult/Romance
Everyone deserves a second chance at happiness, and three years after Chloe Holland’s boyfriend dies in a bomb attack in London, she’s ready to move on. That is until the one person she can see her moving forward with is the worst person she could have ever imagined.
Logan Scott was the one Chloe turned to when Jace died, but she never imagined that becoming close to him would leave her with the biggest dilemma she could ever face. He makes her question everything. She makes him a better person. They push the limit of right and wrong.
Unfortunately, Chloe and Logan are perfect for each other.
About The Author
UK native Natasha Preston grew up in small villages and towns. She discovered her love of writing when she stumbled across an amateur writing site and uploaded her first story and hasn’t looked back since. She enjoys writing NA romance, thrillers, gritty YA and the occasional serial killer.
She looked up, eyes locking with mine, and stilled. She looked wild and panicked. Then she straightened her back, gave me a smile and stepped closer to the bar. What the fuck? I stopped on the other side and sat on a stool. Don’t get ahead of yourself. I wanted so bad to believe that her avoidance of me was because she wanted more but I couldn’t let myself run with it. That was a fall I didn’t ever want to experience again. “Did you contract a highly contagious disease?” She frowned. “No…” “Murder someone?” “No.” “Get amnesia?” “What’re you doing, Logan?” “Just listing the only reasons I’ll accept for you avoiding me.” “Murder is a reason I can avoid you?” “Hey, if you’ve snapped I don’t wanna be next.” She rolled her eyes, fighting a smile. “Can I get you something, Scott?” “Yeah, Holland, you can get me you.” Now there was a sentence with a double meaning. “What’s going on?”
My body burst to life. Blood scorched in my veins. Longing pooled between my legs. I was going to kiss him. I wanted him. I was going to fucking kiss my dead boyfriend’s brother and as his eyes rooted me to the spot I didn’t even want to attempt to stop it. Logan lowered his head a fraction. This was it. I shouldn’t want this. My body shouldn’t be screaming for his lips on mine and hands all over my body. I knew it was wrong but it didn’t feel wrong. It felt like coming home, like we should have been doing this all along. He didn’t look torn, not at all. He was one hundred per cent in this. I wanted him even more. The rain came down harder, not enough to soak us but enough that we should probably move. We didn’t. Logan’s other hand pulled me closer, fingers slightly digging into the small of my back while his maddening fingers trailed down my neck.
Against everything my body was screaming for, I put my hands on his chest and pushed him away. My fingers gripped his shirt as I put some distance between us, not really wanting to let go. I wanted to cry. He could crush me in a second. Not even Jace could do that. He looked devastated as he let go of my arms. Fear gripped me by the throat. I wasn’t just scared of how I felt about Logan; I was outright terrified. “I need… time. I don’t know.” Not time, that wouldn’t help. I didn’t know what I needed, but I definitely needed something. He stroked my cheek and my heart stuttered. “No more time.” “Why are you doing this, Logan?” “Why?” His eyes lost their tenderness. “Seriously, why? How blind can you be? I fucking love you, Chloe!”
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My review –
A book is something to read, something to picture in your mind.
A good book is something evokes emotions and feelings!
This was a good book!!
Chloe and Logan are perfect for each other on paper! And he’d been in love with her for years.
Chloe and Jase were polar opposites. But in a relationship with their whole future mapped out.
Jase died in a bombing in London. Chloe was heartbroken but Logan helped her to heal and, in turn, Chloe developed feelings for him. Over two years had past, they could be together, right? Wrong. Logan and Jase were BROTHERS. Drama, drama, drama!
Cue angst, indecision and general to-ing and fro-ing galore! I have to admit, at parts I wanted to throw my kindle away. Chloe angered me but I couldn’t imagine myself in her shoes so I kept a hold of my ereader!! The twist shocked me no end and had my heart shuddering but when all was said and done I was pleased with the outcome!
3.5 stars out of 5 ~J~ xxx