Great second book to the series. It follows right where the first finishes off and it’s a great transition into their crazy relationship. Constantly fighting and both with their jealous tendencies, they have to overcome a lot of obstacles. There are a few new characters to the story. Lucy has a roommate India which I really like. She’s not in it a whole lot but the times that she is, she plays a great role. Jude lives in a house with at least 5 other football players. They are each assigned a “Spirit Sister” which are the cheerleaders. Adriana is assigned with Jude since she is the head cheerleader and he is the Quarterback. I despise Adriana. She is a home-wrecking bitch and every time I read about her I cringe.
This book is about a 100 pages shorter than the first and so things aren’t as dragged out as they are in the first but it plays out well. Straight to the punch. A lot of things happen but it makes for such a great, fast read. You just have to know what is going to happen and so I finished this in 2 sittings. I probably could have finished it in one but I have a toddler and I need to sleep sometimes.
The dialog is great. Nicole Williams really stepped it up in this second book with the grammar and dialog. Very emotional. Good, bad, exciting, terrifying things. I cannot wait to get onto the third and final book in the series. I really want to know what happens to these two characters and if their love can conquer all.