Friday, September 12

On The Record by KA Linde

For political reporter Liz Dougherty, election day—a day of looking toward the future and saying goodbye to the past—seems like a fitting time to start a new relationship. But feelings for her former flame still linger...

The sexy second book in bestselling author K.A. Linde’s Record series decides whether it’s better to pick up the pieces and move on...or to pick up right where you left off.

Saying it was close to agony waiting for this book to become available pretty much describes what the past months since I read the first book in this series late last year was like. KA Linde spoiled me with that first installment--it was too good for my miserable existence.

This was another fantastic read. It actually delivered more than I had expected for the second part of this series. I did not expect to read a Liz trying her very best to move on after leaving Brady Maxwell and their summer affair. I was happy for her and I was actually glad she had someone else. And then...boom!

As much as I was a fan of the Brady-and-Liz love story, this book actually gives the rare point of view when the lead characters in the story move on. And I had to go through all these pages wondering if Brady and Liz will ever get back together. But at the same time, I was extremely happy with how I got a peek at Liz being unselfish and growing up from when this story all started. And that goes the same with our Senator.

But love is a beautiful thing and it will find its way back to where it belongs no matter how you try to get rid of it or hide it away or forget about it. There might be just a few scenes here between Liz and Brady but those scenes pack a punch. Every time. And that ending? It's that throw-your-ebook-reader-in-frustration cliffhanger kind of thing. Wowzer.

This is one one of those books that set the bar higher for the rest. Another topnotch work from Ms Linde and dare I say, I am ready for book three. Bring it on por favor.

Final verdict: 9/10. Great must read.

Record series reviews:
Off The Record


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