Rating: 3.5 stars
Series: Everything I Left Unsaid #2
I liked this more than the first one. Dylan and Annie actually had time together and really got to know each other as opposed to the first book where most of their interactions were via text or the phone. It was irritating that they both went back and forth about whether they really loved each other or not all because of self doubt.
As much as I liked Annie, she didn’t always make the best choices. It was understandable that she didn’t want to completely rely on Dylan at the very beginning of their relationship, but by refusing to leave the trailer park she put herself in a lot of danger. If she had the common sense to have moved away, most of the drama and danger wouldn’t have been necessary.
I would have liked this more but everything was too perfect at the end. Dylan’s family was filled with nothing but troubled people. All of their issues were resolved in a calmer manner than I was expecting, and it was far too unrealistic. Some people may consider this dark since the characters had issues, but truly dark novels usually have more of a twisted ending.
I received this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.