Skin Hunger (Escaping Indigo, #2)

Skin Hunger (Escaping Indigo, #2)

by Eli Lang

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BN ID: 2940155612421
Publisher: Eli Lang
Publication date: 03/23/2018
Series: Escaping Indigo , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 4,095
File size: 6 MB

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Skin Hunger 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Febbabie212 More than 1 year ago
To be honest, I haven’t read many F/F romances. However, I read the first book in this series, Escaping Indigo, and was intrigued to see how the series continued. Skin Hunger follows Escaping Indigo drummer, as she returns home to help pack up her grandmother’s house and help her grandmother move to a nursing home. On her flight home, Ava sits next to and connects with Cara. Despite her attraction to Cara, Ava has been in love with one of her bandmates, Tuck, forever. While this book is partly about Ava getting over Tuck and falling for Cara, a majority of the book is focused on her relationship with her family. She and her family have grown apart, due to her parent’s inability to accept lifestyle decisions Ava made. Her return home is a second-chance for her family. Also, Ava while helping pack her grandmother’s house, becomes closer to her grandmother through packing up her books. Skin Hunger is a short book and with so much of it focused on Ava’s family, the developing relationship between Ava and Cara falls to the wayside. Both Ava and Cara are hesitant to form a relationship and are dealing with issues from their past. However, Ava is able to let go of her romantic love for Tuck and recognize that she was using it to hold back from finding anything serious. While Ava and Cara do get together, their story feels unfinished by the end of the book. They live on different coasts and the result of maintaining a long distance relationship isn’t addressed in an epilogue or anything. Rather their relationship and story is left open ended at the end of the book. Despite this, I felt this was a realistic read and I do want to continue Eli Lang’s series. Also, I’m intrigued enough to want to read more F/F romances.