Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Review: Hitched: Volume Two (Imperfect Love #2) by Kendall Ryan

****4 Stars****

This is the second short installment of Olivia and Noah's story, with the first book ending on a cliffhanger I was glad there wasn't a long wait for the next installment.
In this part we see Noah and Olivia get closer and more intimate but Noah is keeping a big secret from Olivia. He's reluctant to tell her as he fears he will lose her but to not tell her would mean losing the company and possibly losing her anyway in the long run. And Olivia is still holding back from Noah, she's still trying to maintain an emotional distance and treat their marriage as a business arrangement.
After reading the first book I wasn't sure about Olivia, I felt I just didn't connect with her character and I wasn't sure I particularly liked her or understood her. After this second installment I feel I understand her better but I'm still struggling to connect with her. Noah I have a really big soft spot for, I think this is because in his inner monologue he's more honest and open about his feelings for Olivia than she is about hers for Noah.
There's more humour in this second book which I enjoyed, some laugh out loud moments which makes for fun reading.
This second installment also ends with a cliffhanger but I don't think we'll have long to wait at all for the conclusion!

Reviewed by Steph Lewis

Arranged marriage? Check. Cocky new husband? Check.

It's a marriage of convenience—one I’m determined to keep strictly professional. I can't be stupid enough to fall for this sexy playboy's charm or advances. I have to be strong, even if he is my husband.

Except he has a huge cock with an even bigger ego, and his main goal in life seems to be getting me to stroke both. The arrogant bastard is like sweet, sugary candy for my libido. I know he’s bad for me.
But I want to devour every wicked inch of him.

With his sexual prowess and experience, I know he’ll be explosive in the bedroom. And since we’re stuck together for the foreseeable future—keeping up this marriage charade long enough to turn the company profitable again—I deserve something to look forward to at the end of a long workday, right?
What could one little taste hurt?

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