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29 April 2018
Although I usually find the second book in a trilogy slow going, this was not the case when it came to Legally Mine, the second book in the Spitfire Series. Why? I’ll try to explain.
There are different elements to a story and although some elements are stronger, they all play important part. Nicole French’s writing makes every part shine. Not only did I become involved in the story, but I was desperate to know how it would play out. I didn’t feel like I was treading water during this second book. I was riding the waves, but there were a few riptides pulling me back. This story was not boring.
The characters were a strong part of the story and I loved the major characters, Skylar and Brandon. I wanted them to have their happy ever-afters, but they also annoyed me. You know the feeling you get when you want to take a character to the side and give them advice? Yeah, that happened on more than one occasion. But there were also characters I hated even though their parts in Skylar’s and Brandon’s story were important.
Did it end on a cliff hanger? Yes, it did but I already had the third book in the series on my kindle ready to go so I wasn’t hyperventilating.
Written by Karen from A Thousand Lives Book Blog
(BTW, I bought all the books in Spitfire Series, the first one was free simply because this series is that good.)