Saturday, February 6, 2016

Review: Love in the Light by Laura Kaye

Publication Date: January 9th, 2016

Series: Heats in Darkness book 2

Rating: 5 Stars 

Official Blurb: 
Two hearts in the darkness… 

Makenna James and Caden Grayson have been inseparable since the day they were trapped in a pitch-black elevator and found acceptance and love in the arms of a stranger. Makenna hopes that night put them on the path to forever—which can’t happen until she introduces her tattooed, pierced, and scarred boyfriend to her father and three over-protective brothers. 

Must fight for love in the light… 

Haunted by a childhood tragedy and the loss of his family, Caden never thought he’d find the love he shares with Makenna. But the deeper he falls, the more he fears the devastation sure to come if he ever lost her, too. When meeting her family doesn’t go smoothly, Caden questions whether Makenna deserves someone better, stronger, and just more…normal. Maybe they’re too different—and he’s far too damaged—after all…

Review: I fell completely in love with Makenna and Caden in book 1 and I was so excited to read book 2. Believe me, it’s everything I hoped for and so much more. Makenna and Caden are perfect for each other and I love them even more now.

When the book starts, it has been a few months since the night in the elevator, but Makenna and Caden are still going strong. She has completely fit into his world and Caden is trying to overcome his fears and fit into hers. Everything is going good until Makenna wants Caden to meet her family. Both have lost people close to them, so it’s very hard for Caden to fully let his guard down. But everything changes in the blink of an eye and everything is catching up to Caden and he feels the weight of the darkness consuming him.

At times, this book is super sweet and loving and other times it’s a struggle to get through. It broke my heart to see Caden struggle along the way. I wanted to crawl through my kindle and hold him. There are also a few heart dropping moments I didn’t see coming and I would find myself holding my breath praying for the best. I loved every minute of this book and I would love too see more from these two later on.

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