"One more time?" he invited. A drop of sweat fell from his chin.
"I have to go in a few more minutes, but what the hell."
"Do you have a position you'd like to try?" he asked politely.
"From behind, maybe? I need more practice with that."
If ONLY this was what it sounds like, but it's not!
Let's be honest here. The first book was good because it was different. This second book takes place here. Now. So it has a lot of high-school drama. Did that effect how I felt about the book? yes. I love YA. I expect drama. but the first book was exciting and dangerous, with out the high-school drama. That's why when I first started this one I could feel disappointment settling in. "Yep, this one's getting a lower star rating."
Then of course the whole -(show spoiler)
With all that said, I'm actually feeling like this one was slightly better than the first one. Maybe it's because this one made me go through a different set of emotions then the first.
I do like the new characters, especially Ian!
If you like playlists, here's Sarah fine's play list for Fractured.
"Sleaped" is not a word. Someone should have caught that.