on June 5, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Murdering a global icon was off limits, but his family was fair game.
The threats against me, the daughter of rock star Gideon Price, forced me closer to the man protecting me. IÔÇÖd lost track of the number of secrets the men in my life had kept from me. But when the threat against my family turned to murder, it was time for me to learn the truth.
I was reminded once again just how short life could be, compelling me to take control of my future.
I was no longer in the dark, but I was in more danger than I ever imagined.
This is the second and final book in the two-book Vintage series.
Out the gate and BOOM!┬á ThatÔÇÖs the best way to describe how this book started.┬á Lisa Suzanne dealt us quite a few plot twists and turns in the second volume of Vintage.┬á I normally can see them coming, and I certainly did not anticipate a few!
We pick up right where we left off with Roxy (Jimi) and Parker.┬á Someone is still after Roxy, her relationship with James is just now starting to recuperate from the tragic blow dealt in Vol. 1, and she still hates her stepmom.┬á In Vol. 2, we get to dive deeper into the Jimi-Parker dynamic.┬á That incredibly sweet yet fierce aspect of his relationship comes out full force.┬á Their love grows, and you realize that they are indeed truly meant for each other.
However, A LOT more happens that just this deepening of love. ┬áSomeone is after Roxy.┬á DonÔÇÖt forget that suspenseful plot twist!┬á Secondary characters play a stronger role.┬á Oh, and I still donÔÇÖt like RoxyÔÇÖs mom.┬á ThereÔÇÖs a lot there to keep you interested.
The writing style and feel of the characters is very consistent.┬á It was nice to come back to Vol. 2 feeling as though I was merely taking a water break from Vol. 1 ÔÇô itÔÇÖs a true extension of the first novel. I hate to admit that Vol. 1 kept me more tangled in its web than Vol 2.┬á Maybe it was the process of getting to know Roxy and Jimi in the first book that enraptured me so much.┬á Regardless, it was still a good read and all loose ends were tied up.
~ Review by Loredana
(Previously posted on TBE)