Monday, 4 July 2016

ARC Review ~ Keeping London (Flawed Heart, #2) by Ellie Wade

Keeping London (Flawed Heart, #2)
eARC received via Enticing Journey in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: July 5th 2016

Publisher: Self-published

He's gone away,
My biggest fear realized.
Well, my second biggest fear.
He's overseas, but he's alive.

When Loïc left, my heart went with him.
In shattered pieces of good-bye.
Until we are together again…

Leaving her was the hardest thing I've ever done.
Until I got here.
The danger, the fear, the pain—
It's real.

I promised I'd get back to her.
A promise I'm determined to keep.
A vow that might be harder than I thought.
A battle of my heart.
A war with my mind.
A fight to return to London…

***Intended for readers 18+ due to mature content.
***Book 2 in The Flawed Heart Series, must read Finding London first.

My Opinion

Keeping London definitely lived up to the first book. I wasn't sure at the end of Finding London whether I'd continue the series. However, when I got the tour invite and saw I didn't have any other ARCs until July things all just seemed to fit and I wanted to know what happened to Loic and London.

Things in this book did start off slow. I assumed it would pick up with Loic being deployed straight away and when it didn't I was slightly disappointed. For me, that's where the book began and things became interesting. The aforementioned seemed a bit of a filler.

Anyway, once Loic was sent to Afghanistan things became more interesting. I liked the emails between the characters and I thought the author kept their personalities well in the writing. She also did a good job of creating a story around the emails. Things happened in their every day life too.

I won't reveal anything more because I don't want to ruin anything. Even if the book takes a predictable line in the plot, it was still a good follow up. I will more than likely read book 3.


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