Received free courtesy of the author
Finished: August 20, 2013
Rating: 3 stars
This is the second book in the Safe Haven series. It can be read as a stand alone novel.
It’s been three years since Kaylee Sawyer has been home – to the alcoholic mother she can’t handle, painful memories of her sister Ella and the guilt she’s carried for years.
About to enter her final year of college, she is determined to come to terms with the mess of her past – and to ignore the guy whose single kiss has been tattooed into her mind forever.
Dylan McKay is still golden haired and dangerous, the flame Kaylee was always afraid to touch for fear of getting burnt. But despite the damage that’s been done, she finds that she still can’t stay away from the one person who accepted her the way she was.
This is a good, quick and easy read.
The book can actually be a stand alone because it makes sense and there are no gaping holes in the storyline. I didn’t even know it wasn’t a stand alone until I finished. It actually makes for a bit of a mystery/suspense if you haven’t read the first book.
There are few characters and they are relatable. The story is easy to follow.
There’s some heavy(sexy) stuff in it but not too much to put you off if you’re squeamish about that sort of thing.
For mature readers 17+