This was another great installment in the Johnnies series.Once again, Sean Crisden narrated the hell out of the story!
For the majority of the first half of the book(and from book 1), I had the impression of Kane as an airhead hunk and Dex as someone who somehow always found himself with people who were not good enough for him(male/female). But as the story progressed, I realized that neither of these impressions were true. Kane might not have been the sharpest person , but he had a heart of Gold and always did right by those he cared for. This quality was abused by his off-kilter sister [who infuriated me to no end by her selfishness], but I’m glad Dex was on hand to give him a reality check.
As per usual, this was an angsty read and the first couple of minutes (audiobook) had me unbearably sad. It was so so sad. Dex had a rough life emotionally before Kane. Real rough. Also, the family drama that he had to go through was tough. I wonder though… (view spoiler)
With that said, the writing, pace, content were all of the same quality as the first book which I appreciated and I really enjoyed the story.Oh, the fact that it was also a Dual POV also added to my appreciation. Sometimes I just like getting into the heads of interesting characters.
I am more than ready to read about Ethan, the big Teddy bear in the next book and I do hope the guy he is set up with is worth it! 😀