The Good: As a typical second (filler) book, the plot moves smoothly picking up where it left off in Bared to You. Eva and Gideon are still getting to know each other, and this book focuses on how the characters earn each other’s trust.
The author’s writing is consistent and I personally enjoy her style.
The Bad: It reads just like a filler book, lots of angst, self doubt and jealousy. The plot doesn’t move forward until towards the end.
The Ugly: The plot seemed lazy to me. While the character development is great, the lack of subplot makes this novel borderline boring.
Only available on e-book (for now) for Kindle and Nook