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How can one possibly fall in love with Roman?
I remembered Roman so well. He was Jude’s cold, miserable older brother and was forced to take over the family company when Jude opted to stay in the hospital. Somehow, after reading the duet, I already have a soft spot for Roman, but reading this book made me understand and love him more. He’s completely redeemable, and fun to read. But it was just amazing how love and Cara changed him.
Cara – is such an amazing character. You can’t help but adore her. I love her strength, and the fact that she wouldn’t stand back against Roman. She was everything he needed in his life at that moment, and one by one, she started to destroy all the walls that surrounded him.
Both have their own personal issues to work out, but I was glad they did before they have destroyed something great that is about to happen between them.
I loved The Walls Duet, and got a whole bunch of tears and heartache from it. What I love about this novel is that it’s a great page-turner, it has its ounce of drama, a dash of comedy, a whole lot of steam but nevertheless, this was pretty much lighter compared to the heartbreaking duet. Which is a great read, in case you miss Jude’s and Lailah’s story!
J.L. Berg once again proved that her novels are simply worth the wait: easy-to-relate and easy-to-love characters, the perfectly paced and fabulous plot with twists and turns that would keep the surprises going on through the pages.