Me, Book 2
Synopsis: Get a diploma. Find the love of her life and marry him. Go for a career and have kids. Twenty-one-year-old Kate knows exactly what she wants, but when she gets shot and almost dies, she discovers that life isn’t a checklist. It’s hard, unpredictable, and dangerous.
There are fears to overcome, the mafia to hide from, and Mason Scott to resist. One of Scotts’ Private Investigation and Security operatives who keeps her safe and is a professional womanizer who’s insanely considerate and charming.
Kate doesn’t do players, which is why she distances herself from his swoon-worthy body and ignores whatever weird fan-girl emotions are going on inside her.
But when another threatening situation forces her to share a small two-bedroom apartment with him alone, Kate might have to reconsider who’s the bigger threat: the mafia or Mason Scott?
Review: I had a good time with the first volume and was curious to discover this sequel.
Kate thought she had a classic life, but everything changed the day she was almost killed by a mobster. Since then, he has been chasing her to finish the job and Kate’s life has become very complicated. She has to manage her anxieties, but also control her body when she is in the same room as her bodyguard, Mason, who is more than sexy. But he is also a notorious womanizer. But as trouble gets closer and Mason and Kate have to live together in an apartment, they will reveal themselves to each other and something tangible will appear between them.
This was a nice novel but I expected a little more rythm. Kate and Mason’s story is pretty cute and I had a good time. I’d say it’s somewhere between YA and NA, don’t worry, even though it’s about the mafia, the story isn’t really dark. You’re good to go!