Goodreads: ‘When your world, your life and all of your hopes and dreams for the future are ripped out from under you, how do you go on? Death without dying is not only the most painful kind of death, it’s also the most painful kind of life and I don’t know if I’m strong enough to live it. I spend my lonely days and nights trying to make sense of what my life has become. Do I have the strength to move forward into the light, or should I just let the darkness take me? I’m Georgia Rae Layton McCarthy and this is the story of me, just me.
I’m no longer a part of an us, it’s just me.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m absolutely stunned by the first book and was really excited to read the sequel but sadly, my expectation did not live up to what the book has to offer.
Sure, the vagina- ripping – nine – inch cock wins the girl. But what irritates me about the book is how Georgia endlessly repeating that she was in love both with Maca and Cam at the same time. I feel like it negates all that she mourns, all that she feels and all the love confessions she had with Maca. Yes, I might be going overboard here but how can she expect people to empathize with her for grieving for her husband when she’s now saying that she is also in love with another man? Damn it, Georgia. You are looking like a whore to me. Maca definitely deserves someone so much better than you.
Hands down to Cam for being in love with the same girl for over 15 years and loyally, I might add. But sexual intercourse aside as his cock has its own mind. I think he might just be a sex addict to me.
But still happy for the both of them for finally getting their happy ending. And no, I don’t think I’ll be reading the third book with how disappointed I am with this.