by Addison Moore
Kindle Edition – Read April 18, 2014
Original Release Date: January 28, 2014
Length: 331 pages
Official Description: (This is book 2 of the Someone to Love series)
A sexy, romantic read from the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Someone to Love. When coed Ally Monroe literally falls into the arms of a tattooed bad-boy one summer night, she can’t seem to let go. Morgan Jordan is everything Ally doesn’t want—he’s a playboy from a blue collar background, and Ally’s looking for upper-class stability. Though their relationship starts off as a one-night stand, once Ally learns Morgan is her best friend’s brother, there’s no escaping him . . . or the growing fire between them. As Ally and Morgan become closer, they confront bitter enemies, his sister’s disapproval, and paths pulling them in different directions at summer’s end. The second book in the bestselling Someone to Love series proves that in love and passion, sometimes two wrongs do make a right.
It has been a while since I read the first book in the series, my brain was hunting through so many similar stories to find the series this book belonged to. I vaguely remembered it, and some of the characters were a bit difficult for me to tie together. Mostly this book is a cookie cutter so very many new adult books out there. I love Ms. Moore, but these type of books are a dime a dozen. Honestly I wasn’t a big fan of Ally and Morgan, neither of them just grabbed at me. I like how Morgan handled Blaire, but they just didn’t click with me. The story was ok, it was a bit loose in plot though. I don’t buy Morgan as a pre-law student, I don’t buy that a school would up a give a full scholarship to some guy a week before school starts and that the other school would relinquish a player that is supposed to be awesome, as easily as they do. I LOVE Ms. Moore, I will not stop reading her books but this one just was middle of the line for me. Some entertaining aspects but mostly….blah.
“Sometimes when we fall, destiny makes sure the right person is there to catch us.”