Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Review: Love in the Light by Laura Kaye


Publication: 1-9-2016
Series: Hearts in Darkness Book #2
Rating: 6 Feel Good Cherries

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…


Hello Lovers- This book is the one I have been waiting on for what seems like forever.  When I first read Hearts in Darkness I just knew I had to read it again and I rarely read a book more than once.  It leaves you wanting so much more of the ooey gooey goodness that is Mac and Caden.  You wouldn't believe my excitement when I found out there was going to be a sequel.  I online stalked Laura Kaye's blog for months trying to find out details.  Then when the day came and I was finally able to get my greedy little fingers on the newly released ebook I couldn't put it down.  All the feels are there just like the first one and I am sure I will reread this one again too.  We get so much more in detail with the demons of Caden's past.  We get to see the very real cost of PTSD and depression.  We also get to see what it takes to heal such a damaged soul.  I just loved this and feel like everyone should read Hearts in Darkness as well as Love in the Light.  They are both wrapped up in nice little bows to make each one come to a natural conclusion.  While I say they both come to a natural conclusion that doesn't mean that we don't still want more of Mac and Caden.  I would love to see a third book in this series and if I hear word of it I will most certainly share it with you all.


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