*sigh* this book…. first I have a question… why aren't boys like this in real life? I mean don't get me wrong I love my husband and he is the love of my life and I wouldn't trade him for anyone… but still… the Vincent brothers? they knock my socks off! In the first book we got to meet Lana, but in this book, we meet a totally new Lana! I was a little sad that essentially she made all the changes that she did for a boy, but really? Hasn't everyone made changes to the way they look for some guy? Plus in the end it also made her more confident in herself sooo I forgive her for making the changes for a guy! Then there is Sawyer, poor heartbroken Sawyer. We didn't get to see much of him in the first book because well… that was Ash and Boones story, but in this book we get ALL of him ;) This book was definitely a little steamier then the first one which was ok with me, but it was still a sweet steamy (does that make sense) This series, and this book especially, really remind me of coming of age type book because all the characters are well becoming adults and they are having to deal with a lot of different issues that everyone faces in there late teens. I think the thing I loved most about Lana, is she wanted something, and she went after it. She there were plenty of times she fell down or got hurt… and at the end I was a little worried she would never get up again and give love another shot. But Sawyer is just so sweet (even when he is being an ass) that he wouldn't let her give up, even when he was as clueless as any boy about what he stood to lose. I also really liked how in the first book we get the impression that Sawyer is this perfect little goody two shoes… but in this book, probably because of his recent breakup… he had more of an edge, which made him much more interesting. Overall, this book was as fantastic as the first one and I couldn't put it down… The only thing I would change even slightly about both of these books is the fact that both Ash and Lana seem way to dependent on their guy… I would have preferred to see a stronger female character, but then that would have completely changed the story… hmmm its probably a good thing I am not an author.