Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Only For You (Boys of the South #2)

Only For You (Boys of the South, #2) 
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Loose ends left loose for too long tend to strangle. Cole and Violet knew it wouldn’t be easy. They knew their relationship would take work. But when the press finds out about Violet Lynn’s newest boyfriend, they start digging. And when his past come to light, exposing all of his family’s secrets, their relationship begins to fray.
Country Music’s Golden Boy, Jaxon Hunter, has it all, except the girl that got away. What she saw, she really didn’t. What she thought happened, he allowed her to believe for reasons so insane that no one would ever have believed him if he had confessed. But now that everything’s out in the open, he’s going to do his damndest to convince her that he’s the only one for her.
Now Violet must choose between Jaxon— her first love and the guy she thought had cheated on her—and Cole—the guy who helped her heal and love again.
Or will one of them make the decision for her?


****The author provided me with an ARC copy of this book for my honest review****
If you have not read Live For You book 1 in this series, I would suggest reading it first so your not lost.
What was on its way to happily ever after for Rae (Violet) and Cole is no longer a fairy tale, the two of them are have problems. When Cole sees Rae as a stuck up princess and doesn't want to be a charity case for her anymore, they fall apart. Now with Rae on tour with Jaxon and Callie things are worse than ever, but Rae wants Cole. Can she get him back; while secrets and lies come out can the two of them put everything aside to follow their hearts? This is the second book in the series and it's just as good if not better than the first one. There is drama, angst, hope, love and steamy sex!! I liked Rae in the first book, in this one I grew to respect her and see what a strong person she was. I was frustrated with Cole in this book, I wanted to smack him a couple times even though I knew why he was doing the things he was doing it still aggravated me. Jaxon oh Jaxon, he is not what he seems I love him and I can't wait for his story, he deserves his own HEA. Callie is a manipulative bitch; I couldn't find any redeeming qualities in her. Bliss intrigued me; she is a mystery with her blend of strength and vulnerability I want to know more. This book is not a sit down and relax read, it's a edge of your seat need a glass of wine frantically reading at midnight so you can find out what happens kind of book. I loved it, Marquita Valentine is a must read and the Boys of the South series is addicting.
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