More: 3 out of 5 stars

Impossible Love book 2

I received a copy of this book for free through NetGalley

My review of book 1 Before You Go

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There’s no denying the heat between Jules Taylor and Foster Sutton. They are two wild souls with a fire burning inside. Together, they create a hot and dangerous mix of emotion and lust. But after a terrible accident leaves one friend dead, Foster is bound by a secret that keeps him from getting closer to Jules. And he’s left with only one thing to offer her – friendship.

For Jules, her relationship with Foster is getting old. He falls down and she picks him up, but they never move forward. Their occasional hook-ups are no longer enough, and Jules vows that this is her summer to forget Foster and find love. If it were only that easy. It seems fate is pushing Jules and Foster together at every turn. And it’s only a matter of time before they give up and give in.

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Foster and Jules are so perfect together – they have the best banter and their chemistry is off the charts. What I love most about this series is that the guys who seem totally badass are actually really sweet and caring which gives them a lot more depth I think.

Foster has a hidden secret throughout this book and while things are hinted at throughout, it isn’t until Noah (yes, he reappears!) confronts Foster about Jules that you find out why he is so hesitant to start a relationship with his obvious soulmate.

These books are great quick romantic reads and if you don’t mind a few explicit sex scenes scattered throughout, then this is definitely worth the read!

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