I was really looking forward to the conclusion of the second book Father/Son duet by Leigh Lennon. The ending of the first book left me hanging for answers and I was excited to get started. Although once again the writing was very good this story was a little too slow for me and at times it could be repetitive, I found myself desperately waiting for something to happen.
I loved Maguire in the last book and my feelings didn't waver in this one. The man is a saint and gorgeous with it and all alpha male, he was the one person that held this book together for me. Although I tried really hard to like Holland before I found her even more irritating in this story. As much as I tried, for the life of me, I couldn't see what Maguire saw in this woman. She comes across as so immature and ungrateful, always complaining, I ended up feeling really sorry for Maguire and what he had to endure in this relationship of sorts.
The last quarter of this story certainly picked up tremendously but I felt it could have been so much better had it taken place earlier on. For me, in places, it was lacking the passion and the sensuality needed for a taboo romance, it needed a little more angst and some more intimate moments between the two of them. This would have certainly made for a better read.
However, as a duet though it is an enjoyable read, especially the first book