Sunday, September 8, 2013

Torn To Pieces (The Boys of DownCrash, #2) by London Casey

Torn to Pieces (The Boys of DownCrash, #2)
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Publisher: Hundred to Home Publishing
Publication Date: May 2013
Format: eBook

Goodreads Blurb:
Trying to forget about the promises she was forced to make as a young, naive eighteen year old, Maggie creates a false persona that paints her as the girl who never says no...

However, once she lays eyes on the drummer of DownCrash, everything clicks. From his sexy lip ring to the way he stares at her from the stage, Tatum becomes everything Maggie has ever fantasized about. 

When trouble catches up to her in a parking garage after a DownCrash show, and Tatum shows up out of nowhere to protect her. For the first time in years, she is intimidated by a man's kindness and sexiness, and not by his temper and jealousy. As real feelings begin to grow Maggie is faced with her past and wonders if she'll ever be able to escape the promises she once made to keep the promises she wants to make right now.


*copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review*

Torn to pieces is a tale even more consuming than the first. Torn to Pieces is a steamy page-turning piece of romantic awesomeness. Casey has a way with romance. It's not too sexual and far from cheesy. It's written in a realistic tone, that many readers will find enjoyable and easy to read.

 I hate to say it but Tatum and Maggie's relationship was more endearing than Tripp and Scarlett. I'm basing this opinion on the fact that Tatum had a lip piercing. I'm not a piercing or tattoo kind of girl but I can just imagine how hot he is with it. I mean, come on! 

The relationship development was quick but natural. They got together in the worst and best of times. He was just what she needed, and she was just what he needed. They learned to love again by loving each other. I think that made the story more realistic. Their relationship wasn't perfect but they were perfect together. I loved the way they loved each other.

I liked the way the story flowed and I loved the little twist in the last half of the book. It gave the story a little kick, some more excitement.

I can't imagine how Casey will piece together the next love story but I'm sure it will be a good one. Can't wait to read the last installment. 

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