★ SYNOPSIS ★
It was supposed to be simple: I teach her a crash course in pleasure. No commitment. No strings.
Now she’s found the perfect guy — and it’s not me.
I should move on, but I need her. And I never back down from a fight.
Now I’ve got one last lesson for her:
I’m going to make her mine.
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★ MY REVIEW ★
Warning: There are some spoilers in this review.
I absolutely -loved- this as a sequel to Insatiable: Part 1. It was so good and let me tell you, I had to sit on myself for days so I wouldn’t dive into this book instantly. Insatiable: Part 2 picks up right where the first book left off. There is no hashing over what happened before, although you’re aware of it, and the story is still apparent. You don’t lose much in the transition while still getting the full story.
“They say the bigger you are, the harder you fall. Well, when it comes to women, I was a fucking giant. And when it came to Lizzie, I fell real fucking hard.” – Jax
Jax got even more interesting to me in this book. He became brooding and dark once he couldn’t figure out what in the world had just happened to him. He doesn’t understand falling in love and yet he has. He wants Lizzie to be happy, and so backs off slightly. He even goes so far as to give her advice on her new relationship!
“Holy shit! Somebody get this woman a medal! She’s just tamed the great Casanova of LA! Repeat: The West Coast playboy has been pussy whipped!” – Jax
Lizzie thinks she’s just going to walk away from Jax, in fact, she feels she likely should. This guy is a playboy and he can hurt her more than she’s even realized. He’s taught her so much, why not take it and apply it? I can’t help but laugh at her attitude in this book because she seems to think that everything is going to be perfect now. But then, everyone isn’t Jax.
“It wasn’t just the sex – though the sex alone would have been a life-changing experience – it was him. Feeling desired, being appreciated, and making me understand what I really am – a sexy, confident woman who can call the shots and doesn’t need to take any shit.” – Lizzie
Jax and Lizzie together just make sense. They can’t seem to stay apart either, even though she decides this new guy is “perfect” for her and tries to change herself for him. Whereas, Jax just thinks she’s perfect and goes after her, then understands that she really wants to give this new relationship a try. So helps her instead. When everything comes down to it, they both come to an understanding about the other.
All in all, I gave this book 4.5 stars! (Don’t judge me, I can’t make half stars!) The only reason it’s 4.5 and not 5 stars all together is because it was short! It was so short and I still wanted more. That’s not a bad thing at all.