Us (Him#2)

Us (Him#2) By Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy

Reviewed March 28, 2017

3.5 Stars
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Ok, that may be a tad dramatic. But the sentiment remains. I really struggled with this book. Before I give the low down I want to provide a warning… I was very hesitant to read this. Typically, I stay far away from series that keep the same MCs when the previous book(s) end in HEAs. I feel tricked. I left off one book thinking everything was rainbows and unicorns and then wait for it…it’s not…WTF? Drama for dramas sake isn’t all that appealing to me. I think in this case, it was the way to introduce Blake. Why couldn’t there have been a novella introducing Blake without 350 pages of Drama with a capital D? Max Monroe, author of the Billionaire series does a decent job of using a novella to set the stage for the next book. Alright, I’ll stop this bitchfest and move on to the book.

I LOVE Jamie and Wes. Well, I LOVED them hard in the first book. Jamie got on my nerves in this book. I thought they had such a great relationship and then it all went to hell in this one. Lack of communicating aside, the hang ups about coats, unpacked bags, money, helping when sick, etc… *bangs head on kindle* it was all too much. Then there were other moments where I was smiling like a cheeseball because it was like the “old” Jamie and Wes returned and all was right with the world.

Let’s talk about Blake. BLAKE!!!!!! *lights shine down from heaven* I seriously loved him. I would have been totally on board with some Blake/Wes/Jamie hot guy lovin’… ok, probably not. But I have a new book boyfriend and this time I have a chance because he likes girl parts.

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It’s probably best I stop pining after Wes anyway. Blake provided awesome comedic relief in the midst of the shitstorm. He was also an amazing friend to both guys and smoothed the transition a little for Wes’ coming out.

On one hand I felt like I needed a freakin’ gold star for making it through that drama. On the other, I loved the moments where they were actually themselves without all the crap. ANDDDD… we got Blake. I’m not sure if I would recommend this book. I’ll reassess after I read Blake’s book. I can’t imagine it can go bad with “Blakeisms” like “The best defense is a great offense” when eating sheep. *mic drop*

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