Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars
Truly Yours picks up right where Truly Mine left off, and we get to see the cliffhanger’s turn of events from Sophie’s POV. It’s jarring, it’s kind of difficult to read, and it kept me on the edge of my seat. But thankfully, Mason gets to be the white knight once again and saves Sophie’s life for a second time.
Things should be smooth sailing from there, right? Not so much. I really liked that Sophie took a step back to deal with the effects of the PTSD that both incidents had on her rather than jump right into a relationship with Mason. And Mason…. he was so sweet and understanding and gave her the space she needed. He recognized that he needed to heal himself after the situation he’d gone through when his girlfriend died, and gave Sophie the space to do the same.
Yet while I appreciated that growth on Sophie’s part, I felt that the plot twist with Serena was unnecessary. It didn’t amount to much, but I get that a device was needed to further break the relationship with Mason and his dad. I just thought there could have been another way to go about it.
Nonetheless, I loved this duet, and January 2020 is way too long to get Liam and Maddie’s story! I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
taunting lips. Resisting her wasn’t an option, and we quickly became a
desperate mess of tangled limbs and hot kisses. She tasted like the sweetest
sin, but I was no saint.
her wasn’t a coincidence, everything changed. Now I must deny her at all costs.
want to pull her close. Sophie’s on my mind more than ever as my instincts to
protect her take over. Regardless of my attempts to help, she pushes me away
and makes it clear she doesn’t need me.
good guy, but one night takes a tragic turn for the worse when her boyfriend
and I start throwing punches.
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