- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 5356 KB
- Print Length: 127 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ella Frank & Brooke Blaine (15 Feb. 2015)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00TNY0Y3C
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #320,173 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A Desperate Man: Volume 2 Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
When I started it reading the 2 instalment of this series I was well shocked. Pleasantly shocked i could say. As I did not read blurb or reviews or anything about it i did not expected to be from Reagan's point of view.
When i started it reading this book, immediately i knew that she is the girl from the first book. At this point let me tell you i was not impressed. I do not like guessing the blurb, but was i wrong. I did indeed loved the twist the authors added it and i am not user anyone else would see it coming.
This second instalment was so much better that the first book. I loved the banter between Evan and Reagan, they playing game with the Starbucks cups, and even if the book its only from Reagan prospective you get many secrets revealed and a totally different side of Evan. The sweet and playful side. You definitely don't manna missed that.
Overall, I did loved the 2 instalment of this series and i can’t wait to see what will the authors throw on our way in the 3 book of this series.
Volume 2 starts and Evan is doing better; he's lighter as if a weight has been lifted. He's found purpose in life again and has an infectious sense of humor. In contrast, Reagan is struggling and lies to her friend and boss Bill about what her problem is. The chemistry between Evan and Reagan is obvious and I questioned why they couldn't make a go of it; why is holding Reagan back?
I can't say much more as I'll ruin the surprises in store. From the snippets of history and the conversations Reagan has, I know something is cooking in the background but I still can't work out exactly what Reagan is doing and why Bill and her family are so worried.
Are omissions of truth as bad as lies? If Evan finds out what's going on will he start to turn to his old habits again? I've grown really attached to Evan and I'm worried about him. To me he is a lost boy in man's body, still trying to get the attention and praise of his father. I really respected Reagan, she was the strong one determined to help Evan succeed but now I'm thinking 'what a cow, don't you dare hurt Evan'. I guess I've got quite protective of him.
Ella Frank and Brooke Blaine are a winning duo; they have composed an erotic yet melancholy tale with beautiful, complex characters and an intriguing plot.Read more ›
The mood of this instalment is more serious than Evan's outrageous introduction. The advantage of this is we get a different perspective of him other than through his own self depreciating eyes. Also, we get a closer looked at Reagan herself. I found she wasn't as poised and put together as I had originally thought and actually that made me a bigger fan of hers. Although it may not be the full picture some of her past is revealed and with he focus now solely on her, she's got some s'plaining to do.