Having read The Real Thing (Book #1) by Felicity Rose previously, I was excited to read the sequel, Without You. Here is my review.
Having read and enjoyed the first book in this series, I was excited to see what happened after a dramatic end previously. It played out pretty much as I would expect but that is a good thing because it is also pretty much how I would behave, or how I would expect other people to behave in similar circumstances. Again, I liked the sex scenes and the visits to “the club.” It is nice to see reference to interests that don’t fit society’s norm, and to have them included in a healthy, mature manner rather than as titillation or something criminal. There had to be a nice, vanilla end to the story of course!
The book could do with some more editing to tighten the grammar, and I could see where readers from other social/cultural circles might find the writing style a bit clumsy. I understood it because the author wrote in the same style as she would speak, which I recognised. Still, I recommend that you focus on the story, not on the writing, and support indie authors.
About the Book
Everything in Saskia Matthew’s world changed in an instant when the love of her life, Jim, left to take care of his son.
Broken hearted and hurting, his memory haunts her every move.
The desperate need to release the exhibitionist inside her now plagues Saskia’s mind, making her crave the life Jim acquainted her with.
But can she do it without him?
On the other side of the world, Jim’s life has also been turned upside down.
In a heart-breaking position, Jim is ready to do everything he can to put the pieces back together and make the best life for him and his son, even if that means taking him away from the only home he has ever known.
But will it be too late?
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