A USA TODAY BESTSELLER, THIS IS BOOK TWO IN NINA LANE'S SPIRAL OF BLISS SERIES(BOOK THREE WILL BE OUT LATER THIS YEAR)"We both want this so badly. I can feel it resonating between us like the hot pull of our first attraction, tangible and intense."After lies and betrayal almost destroy their... show more
A USA TODAY BESTSELLER, THIS IS BOOK TWO IN NINA LANE'S SPIRAL OF BLISS SERIES(BOOK THREE WILL BE OUT LATER THIS YEAR)"We both want this so badly. I can feel it resonating between us like the hot pull of our first attraction, tangible and intense."After lies and betrayal almost destroy their marriage, Dean and Olivia West reignite their blissful passion. The medieval history professor and his cherished wife are determined to fix their mistakes and fall madly in love all over again.Then a family crisis forces Dean back into a feud with his parents and siblings, dredging up guilt over a painful family secret. Liv and Dean have battled obstacles together before, but with bitter family conflicts now endangering their fragile intimacy, they soon must struggle with events that could damage them in ways they had never imagined.
Publish date: May 13th 2013
Publisher: Snow Queen Publishing
Pages no: 392
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, New Adult
Series: Spiral of Bliss (#2)
I'm absolutely loving this series! I'm kicking myself in the butt for waiting so long to read it!
My comments apply to the complete trilogy. Great writing, excellent plotting and for once a story that really needs to be told in three parts (no cliffhangers!) without the obvious splitting into several books to make more money. I go with a B+ grade for the whole series because despite me really lo...
3.5 STARSI liked this one much better, but still annoyed with Dean's lack of communication skills. I just can't take the fact that all of this drama happens because he can't open his mouth and say what he's feeling. Maybe that's why I'm not married ;-/
This was just okay for me. I have issues with the flow, as with the first book. There are moments when an event in history is mentioned, cuing a flashback only to not flash back. Other times there are flashbacks thrown in at seemingly random times. The sex scenes were almost relentless and repetitiv...
I love the first book in this series, but I think this one is even better (if that's possible).