Unfortunately, I didn't like this book as much as I did the first book in the series, Size Matters. While these characters were crazy cute together, I don't feel like we got to see an actual emotional connection. Everything between them was more physical.
I also had problems with the characters. I feel like Valerie's brother was over the top. I hated the way he would disrespect Valerie and tell her what to do. It was very contradicting that she would have all this confidence but would also allow him to have so much say in her life. I couldn't fall in love with Valerie as much as I wanted to.
It seemed like it was a theme for Valerie to just allow men to talk to her that way. Not only did Valerie not stand up to her brother, she didn't always make Logan listen to her. She is supposed to be this really confident character but she didn't speak up when it really mattered.
I did love getting to see them finally give in to their attraction for one another. She and Logan had some very steamy chemistry. I also enjoyed the details in Logan's story, it gave the plot a better sense of believably and grit. I thin
k that knowing the backstory about his mom, his experience in Texas and about his dad helped the story line work as well as it did.
Overall, this book can easily be read as a stand alone story even though it is the second book in the series. I loved seeing the characters from the first book in this story but this story would work well on its own.