I received this book for free from the Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Found in You by Laurelin Paige
Series: Fixed #2
Published by Self Published on September 30, 2013
Source: the Author
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Alayna Withers has only had one kind of relationship: the kind that makes her obsessive and stalker-crazy. Now that Hudson Pierce has let her into his heart, she’s determined to break down the remaining walls between them so they can build a foundation that’s based on more than just amazing sex. Except Hudson’s not the only one with secrets.
With their pasts pulling them into a web of unfounded mistrust, Alayna turns to the one person who knows Hudson the best—Celia, the woman he almost married. Hoping for insight from someone who understands all sides of the story, Alayna forms a bond with Celia that goes too far—revealing things about Hudson that could end their love for good.
This is the first relationship where Alayna hasn’t spiraled out of control. And she might lose Hudson anyway…
I’m sort of conflicted about this book. After reading Fixed on You (book one) I didn’t think a book two was necessary, but I was excited to get more Hudson Pierce.
Immediately things started to frustrate me. Alayna was doing things that had me shaking my head. Literally. I couldn’t understand the point of some of her actions. There was a lot of back and forth with her decisions. I almost started to not like her.
Hudson though… Well, Hudson was awesome. The man is just delicious. I really liked him in the first book and that didn’t change within this one. Together I thought Alayna and Hudson were good for each other. They both have issues. Major issues, but I think that sort of bonded them together.
Hudson liked to use sex as a tool to solve their problems. Instead of talking it out he resorted to ******* it out. For reals lol
There are a couple twists and turns within Found in You that make it a more enjoyable read. One thing I didn’t see coming and was a bit shocked, but the other I suspected all along.
The sexual scenes were hot, plentiful, and well written. I had to fan myself several times.
Overall, Found in You was an enjoyable read. After finishing I can’t see a need for a book three, but there will be one. I’m not sure if I’ll read it or not. Most likely I will because I’ve already invested time in both book one and two. If you’re a fan of hot contemporary romance then this series should be right up your alley.