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Vintage Volume Two by [Suzanne, Lisa]
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  • Print Length: 258 pages
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  • Language: English
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Vintage Volume Two is the second and final book in the Vintage Series, I loved the first book so I was very excited to be gifted a copy of the second book to read for Gemma Reads Too Much.

The first book left me on the edge of my seat and desperate to find out what was going to happen next and the drama just kept on rolling straight into the second instalment.

I really liked Roxy in this book; she really pulled her head out of her bum and started noticing what was going on around her. She actually became likeable and nice!!

This book made me seriously paranoid; I had several full blown panics just waiting for something really shocking to happen. For about five chapters I was convinced that Parker was going to turn on Roxy and really be a double agent for Randy!!!

This book kept me on my toes and completely engaged with the story, it did get a bit cheesy at times but even then I got swept along with the cheese.

Parker the brooding rocker has vanished from this book which is a real shame, I loved his angsty drama. Parker the hopeless romantic is still a real sweetie but he doesn’t have that edginess I like so much.

This book throws so many red herrings into the plot I literally suspected everyone at least once.

The climax of the story was a bit… well anti-climactic. I think I was expecting to have like three or four really dramatic action packed chapters, but in reality the drama was over in the blink of an eye.

I did love the relationship between Roxy and her dad, for a rock star he was such a lovely guy!!!

This ends with a picture perfect happy ending, I did at times miss the gritty, darkness from the first book but I did finish the last page going arrrrrr so all’s well that ends well.

Vintage Volume Two gets 4 stars from me.
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Gifted for an honest review – 4 stars
First off I must tip my hat in the direction of the cover designer; both covers are absolutely gorgeous and so utterly mesmerising. I think it’s the colours used, I love them and the image really does embody the connection between Roxy and Parker. You feel that connection just from the cover alone. I’m no stranger to Lisa Suzanne, I read Separation Anxiety and really enjoyed it and I figured that this would be another great read. It was, but I felt it lacked something that the first part of this duology had, hence the four star rating.
Again, there’s some really great development going on with this story, both in plot and character and it picks up right from the end of the first part. I think I would have preferred to read this as one complete novel rather than a duology. It worked as such but I could have done with the complete read. Whilst I believed book one was more about Roxy, I found book two was more about Parker. We get to see who he is and the demons that plague him. He is such a multi-faceted character, has more complexities than Roxy even and it really is great to read and watch him strip himself of his past.
Whilst I enjoyed the plot lines that run through this book I felt that maybe the Randy one was a little weak. It came in bits and bobs and eventually we get the explosive conclusion that is over all too quickly. Maybe Lisa could have done something differently with that last scene between Randy, Roxy and Gideon? It’s probably a personal preference but I think that there was a potential to take a good scene and make it great.
A very solid, quick moving conclusion to book one. Lovely writing, with captivating characters and a very decent storyline with romance, suspense, erotic scenes and a real sense of togetherness. This really is worth your time and I would highly recommend it!
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So predictable and over the top cringe worthy. I had high hopes for the books as the first one started out so well. By the end though it was predictable and also I felt like saying to the lead female character "for heavens sake pull yourself together and grow up! How old are you" also the male character goes from being this normal fantastic guy to this silly "I can't live without you puppy dog" again predictable and sad
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I had to read this straight after the first book because i was dying to know what was going to happen. Parker and Roxanna are going strong now but there's still the threat to their lives from Randy. Loads happened in this book and I'm telling you that you will not be bored at all. I was completely gripped to this book and to be honest i actually preferred this book to the first. Really great and sorry that it's ended because i would loved to read more from these two but i am hoping to find out that Fitz, Parker's band mate and best friend and Kimmy, Parker's sister has a story to tell. I felt like something was going to happen with those two so i'm on the hunt to find out. Read this book! It is amazing!
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