Tuesday, 20 January 2015
Take by Ella Frank
REVIEWED BY Isa Jones
Take by Ella Frank
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The Boys are back and hotter than ever!!!
I was left in such a state of shock at the end of the first book so I was ecstatic to find that book two was out and ready to be read, I just couldn't wait to read more about Logan and Tate.
In Take we see a more emotional side to both male leads, and although things seem to be working out you are kind of waiting for the coin to drop, I found this second instalment more emotional and although it was a shorter read it was packed with dialogue and content, as it was expected from Ms Frank the story had plenty of sexual content but never out of context and always done in a descriptive way.
I liked that we are learning more about each of the characters. In this book we see a gentle and more sensitive side of Logan who is slowly starting to come out of that dark place in his mind, Tate however, has to come to terms with the repercussions of his decisions and the impact that these have brought to his relationships. Although at first we seem to have Tate all figured it out, is actually him the one that holds his cards closer, and even though we get glimpses to his thoughts, we still don't know his actions, he not only surprises Logan but the reader too, will we ever figure him out? Perhaps in book 3.
The secondary characters bring a lot to the story and we get to see the introduction to someone from Logan's past, and just when we think the story can't get any better and more addictive, Ms Frank leaves us one more time in limbo expecting what I hope will be the concluding part.
5 SIZZLING STARS!
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