**Copy provided by author via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**
I do have to say, this one was much better than the first one. I loved Piper, probably because she overcame so much and became independent.
Jase was amazing, maybe a bit too sappy, but overall...
Piper has been my favorite character in the series so far, and the way that she and Jace overcame their differences was amazing, it wasn't easy for them, but yay! they did it. I think that Piper has also been the most relatable character so far. The author did a great job writing her character. Piper's parents were assholes, as was pretty much everyone else from that part of her life.
Jase did a great job taking care of Piper, learning what he could about her so she could live better, yeah, he was an idiot and an ass at first, but (and this is one of those cases that I actually like dual POV) reading what he thought about what he was doing, and how much he was hurting himself, I didn't think so lowly of him. I mean come on, he did save Piper, without going overboard because he cared enough not to go pack to prison.
I think a great part of this book was that both Jase and Piper learned how to love themselves. They both hurt themselves so much, and its obvious, but they healed each other along with themselves.
This book was a fairly quick read. Plus, we do get to see Rowan's continued relationship. A good book, cute, predictable, but adorable.