Release date : March 17, 2016
It’s said that your life flashes before your eyes when you die.
It must only happen to those whose lives are worthy.
Clearly, Bailey’s life is not.
Unwanted from the day she was born, and then discarded, Bailey’s only plan in life is to make it through to the next day.
But one hopeless night, one wrong decision, and one pull of the trigger changes everything.
Not just for her, but for Nate DeLuca too.
Born into a world of crime, he had his entire life planned out for him.
He wasn’t supposed to find her that night.
He wasn’t meant to capture her, either.
And he sure as hell wasn’t meant to save her.
Sometimes villains are born.
And sometimes… heroes are made.
Combative Trilogy, Book 2
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Jay McLean is an international best-selling author and full-time reader, New Adult and Young Adult romance,
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This second book took a big u-turn, giving place to some characters and also strong background story. I guess I’ve been conflicted about this one because it was a roughly cutoff to the first one.
The interesting part was to discover Nate, a character I adored reading about. Born into a world of crime, and stepping into it but somehow found his world turned upside down when he met Bailey. It took one moment to change both their lives, two lost souls inextricably entwined for the better and for worse.
It was a darker one, showing a cruel world, and when you reached rock bottom, how far the other would help to give a sense of life, even for a little while.
The thing is, by reading this book, I felt like a disconnection from the first one. Even if I got some explanation about some things, It took me some time for my mind to get used to this couple and to make up my mind about that side of the story.
In spite of a great storytelling, I had a hard time with that one.
It won’t keep from me reading the last book because I can’t wait to see how things will end.