Infraction Series: Breach #2
Also in this Series: Breach, Dissolution, Reciprocity
on December 31, 2013
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Waking up in the hospital after a terrible car crash, Lila has a long road of recovery ahead of her. More than just her body, she must recover her heart after an altering declaration by Nathan. With all that happened between them she must chose to forgive him and take him back, or sever all ties. Nathan has a hard road ahead of him to earn back her trust, and doing so will open her up to the possibility of being hurt again. A possibility Lila doesn’t think she can survive. The secrets Nathan keeps buried, hidden from the world, of the life he used to lead are revealed. They tell the horror of what caused the scars on his body, mind, and heart. Can Lila and Nathan push through all of the obstacles in front of them? Will the journey be their healing, or their destruction?
What a ride!
Oh my, the story possibilities that were left at the end of this book! My mind is going in a million different directions. I want to dive straight into the final piece of the story, but I have to write this first. My memory sucks and I would easily forget what happened in which book if I didn’t review each title individually.
I am SO in love with Nathan Thorne. I want to be Lila so bad so I can hear words like this:
“In public, in private, I’ll take you when I want.”
I love a dominating man in any book, whether or not he’s a true Dominant. Whether these two would admit it or not, they ARE a D/s couple in the bedroom.
I want a HEA for these two. Pleeeeeease, I hope I get one. I don’t always need one, but these characters NEED ONE. They have come so far, and healed so much. This is pure torture putting down the story long enough to write this. KI Lynn, I want to fangirl all over this, and I think some of it is leaking out. You make it hard to be a professional reviewer. <3
Seriously, who wouldn’t want this for the rest of their lives? The main characters sit down for a lovely dinner together and begin with the salad.
“We worked on our salads, me picking out the tomato and giving it to Nathan, him picking out the olives and putting them on my plate. It was a strange symphony I had a feeling would develop more over time.”
Couldn’t you see them still doing that when they’re 90? I do.
By this time, you’ve read Breach and Dissolution (don’t skip Dissolution…you need that inside look at Nathan). So, read this book. What are you reading this for? GO!