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Posted May 19, 2014
**OMG I almost forgot about Landon's Story**Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
(Luckly I shelved "Unbreakable" as a Sequel Book) Started off really good then I kind of lost interest. So much back & forth..it was emotional, so I was teary eyed a couple times!
Posted April 10, 2014
This is a tough review for me to write. I so wanted to love this
This is a tough review for me to write. I so wanted to love this book. I fell hard for Landon in Unbreakable, so I think I had high expectations for him in this one. Unfortunately, it fell a bit short for me.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
What didn't work: Reagan fell instantly in love with Landon. It just bugged me because I felt like she was guarded, but then fell for him really fast. I also felt like the first half was a bit repetitive. I also didn't really connect with either character. It surprised me, because I loved Landon in the first book. I knew he had his faults, but he just seemed so harsh an jerky in this book. I had another big issue with the book, but it's a spoiler, so I'll leave that out.
What I did like: I felt that the second half of the book was a bit stronger. And I was generally pleased with the way things ended. What I actually liked the most in this book was the side story with Landon's sister, Lindsay, and his partner, Matt. I'm pretty anxious for their book. I adore Lindsay.
I've seen reviews for this one that have been very positive, so don't let my feelings deter you from reading this one. I think I just had such an attachment to Unbreakable and expected to feel the same way here. Regardless, I'll definitely keep reading Shea's books.
~"We all have scars; some scars can be seen and others cannot. Every scar has a story and every story needs to be told. When you're ready, I'll be here to listen to your story."-Loc 1500