Now, four years later, I am back in North Carolina and find myself longing to see her smile and feel her touch.
One day, she finally sees me and our eyes connect. The connection is still there. She can still make me weak at the knees and she still holds my heart and soul.
Things are different. She is dating my teammate Kyle and I hate him. Not for dating my Sophia but for being the worst person imaginable. But I vow to make her mine again. Welcome to my mind and life. My story about finally seeing Sophia again and how I will always be holding onto her.
This is the second book in the series and I think it was cool to read the story from Adam’s POV.
Adam is in college in Boston with his brother Connor. His best friend and his love is Sophia; they had a falling out and haven’t spoken in four years. Even though Adam is dating someone else he isn’t in love with her. When something happens to Adam and Connors father they move back home. Adam wants to get back with Sophia but she has a boyfriend.
Despite the fact that Adam knows Sophia has a boyfriend, he still tries to get her to break up with him. Honestly there were some parts of the story were Adam seemed really creepy to me. There were also parts of the story where I felt like the author used the “F” word way too much. It took a lot from the story for me.
Here are a few things that kept it from being higher rated. The book jumps all over the place and is really random in spots. The “dream” sequences are really odd. The book leaves off in an odd spot and assuming everything will be wrapped up in book 3. There are several glaring editing errors.
Sophia is happy again and has let go of the darkness. She has great friends and a sweet boyfriend name Kyle. Now that Adam is back how will she be able to balance her boyfriend and her best friend?
The darkness always finds you again but will Adam be able to save her or leave her again?