I received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.4.5 stars
The second book in the series, this one focuses on Rowan and resumes about six weeks after Doubleback
ends. In this installment readers gets to learn more about Rowan's background when he is persuaded by Jude to return home to his hometown to help solve the mystery of his missing no good druggie stepbrother at the bequest of his horrible selfish stepmother.
This installment was almost as good as the first one. I loved seeing the relationship development and all the insecurities Jude and Rowan were worried about. The action in this one was a bit lacking but seemed fitting for what kind of trouble had unfolded within the story. I liked that Rowan was kind of facing his demons and got some closure.