25 May 2015

REVIEW: Fear You (Broken Love #2) by B.B. Reid


What happens when she’s had enough?

Lake Monroe has given in to her childhood tormentor too many times. She knows it, he knows it, and even their enemies know it. When he returned after being found guilty of a crime he didn't commit—a crime he thought she set him up for, he returned darker than ever, demanding her body and her submission. To survive him, she knew she had to give in to fear once more or suffer the deadly consequences...

But Lake experienced what it was like to submit to the dark and demanding boy who invaded her dreams. Now she’ll experience what it’s like to fight him.

What happens when he wants more?

Keiran Masters has a past that is both shocking and dark. Once enslaved, he now has demons he can’t escape—demons that have followed him for ten years, demons he blames his beautiful obsession for. He promised to make her pay. He promised to make her break...

But when Keiran conquered her body and tasted her submission, he found a new addiction instead—one he has no intentions of giving up.

As secrets unfold,
Identities are revealed,
Danger closes in,
And they both discover what it really means to fear...

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My Thoughts

I absolutely LOVED the first book in the Broken Love series, Fear Me, and after that cliffhanger, I had to start this book immediately!

Fear You continues on from where Fear Me left us, and all the characters I had grown to love, hate and love/hate were back in this installment, along with a couple of new ones. I would love to go on about what happens over the course of the book, but I feel that it's too easy for me to give too much away. So, I'll just say how I felt about the book overall.

In all honesty, I was actually a little disappointed. After the way that Fear Me sucked me in and had me craving more, I expected a similar feeling while reading this. But it just wasn't there for me. 

There seemed to be too much going on in this book. We get dual POV in Fear You - Keiran's and Lake's - and we also get flashback scenes. While I loved getting Keiran's POV and learning more about his past and what he had been through, I felt that the dual POV and flashbacks sometimes broke my connection with the story. I did really enjoy Fear You, I just would have preferred a one person POV. 

If you have read Fear Me, there is NO WAY that you can not continue the series. Fear You is definitely worth the read to continue Keiran and Lake's story. I look forward to reading more from B.B. Reid!

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