Thursday, January 24, 2013

The Blackstone Affair Part 2: All In

The second installment of The Blackstone Affair begins where the first one left off, Brynne has just found out Ethan was hired by her father to protect her from something. She leaves him for a week and during that week she is lost without him, as he is without her. They are both depressing during this time and I couldn't wait for them to get back together. When she calls him he leaps at the chance to be with her again. We finally find out what tragic event took place that causes Brynne to be such a tragic character. I wont have to read the book!!! Even after hearing all this Ethan tells her he loves her and misses her and wants to protect her....awwww love its so sweet isn't it....So again they are together. Now this is where poor Ethan becomes paranoid, now I know he is supposed to be protecting her but he loses his mind when she is missing one morning and finds her chatting with someone at a coffee place. He causes a scene and she gets pissy and they fight then have amazing sex! I love make up sex! She finally tells him she loves him also and makes him the happiest person in the world. When Ethan starts to have nightmares we know he needs to tell her what happened to him, it's only fair since she shared with him but he is hesitant to tell her and she understands but I know it makes her sad. Finally he tells her what happened to him and where he got the scars. It broke my heart reading about it. Skip ahead to the main event.....they are at a show in the gallery she helped with and suddenly he looses her after receiving a truly disturbing text on her phone. Then when he does find her she is sick to death, there is a bomb threat in the gallery and so they make their escape. He later shows her what the message was and she is so upset she vomits again. When they get someplace safe we are relieved but also curious as to who sent the message, was the threat real or a diversion for something? I cannot wait for the next installment and I would rate this book a four out of five. I was given this book by NetGalley to read and give my honest opinion.

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