My rating: 4 of 5 stars
4 " Less is more" stars
I'm going to make a reverse review! I'm going to start with the ending because that was so brilliant! I loved it! Some pieces finally come to light, some stuff begins to make sense and I can't wait for Surrender to be available! I need more answers. I need them asap. How am I supposed to wait until December? Well I have to admit I'll probably have the book to review sooner but still I want it now
Demand starts exactly where Denial stops. And If you are someone who forget plots easily, Lisa Renee Jones made it easier by doing a small recap' of all the important things to remember. So if you are not able to read them back to back, no worries you are all set.
Just like the first book, I couldn't put it down. All the mysteries that surrender Ella and her past swallow me whole. I couldn't read fast enough to know what will happen. Once again there are a lot of characters involved and the author made me questioned every one of them. I still have some suspicion and I'm wondering which one will be true by the end. Some characters are more attaching than others and I'm worried I don't judge them at their correct worth.
Even if at times I found that the story drags a little I have no idea how it could have been different. I think the author makes quite a realistic tale of how Ella's memory is slowly coming back with triggers she can't expect. They are threats behind those revelations and there are good surprises coming along the way.
Ella & Kayden's relation goes deeper and their trust is at stack. I truly enjoyed every moment they have, every conversation felt real and their connection is genuine.
Demand is without a doubt a page turner filled with lots of action, intrigue, revelations and a sizzling hot attraction between two tormented souls.
~Arc provided by the publisher in exchange of an honest review ~