“Can’t live without you... I don’t want to be alone in the dark…”
Jace’s last words play in my head over and over as I lay in this dark trunk. I can hear his faint mumbling through the insulation of the backseat. I cry louder, asking for him to pull over, to let me out.
Praying for him to take me back to my baby girl.
Hitting my fists against the top of the trunk I scream and yell, but nothing… He continues to drive further and further away from my family.
I have just found my way back to Caleb. We are supposed to be a family.
I need him to find me, save me from the Beast Jace has become…
This was supposed to be our new beginning… we were meant to start fresh, a clean break.
They all said that Jace was a monster… a dangerous man that I should steer clear of but they had it all wrong.
It’s only when Raven comes out to play does he become the person so many fear.
I was so wrong to think I understood him.
No one understands him…
I thought I knew who he was but I had no idea the secrets he was keeping from me and the Club.
I should have listened to their warnings, should have taken their advice but I had been drawn to a broken soul and I thought I could mend it….fix him somehow.
After all is said and done, only one question remains…who will fix me when I break?
Enjoy this series. Only give a 4 out of 5 because Harley is waaaaay too forgiving. Well written, so even though I'm not completely satisfied with how things have turned out by the end of the book, I still enjoyed the story.
Unlike others, I actually found the ending to be befitting . I mean who doesn't like happy endings right ? However I do agree with the sentiment about Harley being too forgiving but isn't what this life is about ? It helped her to move on and ultimately no ones perfect and people make mistakes . I preferred Haley's character in the second book as she's stronger and not making hasty decisions like in the first book.
Love the story and how it all worked out but ends of chapters missing, annoyingly that includes the last one too!