Shey Stah has done it again! This series started off with a bang and it’s only getting better from here- I absolutely loved the first installment to this series and I’m so happy to say that the second one didn’t disappoint either. This story is a continuation of Jameson and Sway’s story and takes off right where Happy Hour ended. The thing I love so much about this series is that it’s so much more than racing. It’s about love… Commitment… Family… Dedication… And making your dreams a reality. Not to mention, both books were filled with so many memorable life quotes that I found truly inspiring…
“Happily-ever-after isn’t important. What’s in front of you is. Happy right now is what’s important.”
…It’s not every day that you come across a book filled with so much hidden wisdom and this story definitely had it in spades. The thing I loved most about this story was the fact that Jameson and Sway’s relationship was so real and relatable. That’s really the best and most accurate way to describe it- You can literally feel their love and affection for each other radiating off of every page. …And have I mentioned how
incredible, flawless, protective, perfect Jameson is? *sigh* …There are no words. The man was the epitome of amazingness and he let nothing or no one get in the way of his dreams and the woman he loved.
“As a man nothing can threaten your family… Nothing.”
Each and every person that’s a part of this crazy supporting cast is just so uniquely awesome- They take the story to a whole new level entirely, which made the book all the more personal for me. I won’t go into too much detail with this story because I don’t want to give anything away- I will say this though: The relationships between all of the characters in this story are so completely genuine. They all have such an unbreakable bond and that only grows stronger through every obstacle that’s thrown their way. This story is one that’s jam-packed full of drama and laugh-out-loud humor! The Riley family may be all kinds of dysfunctional, but you only grow to love them more and more with each and every book in this series. …Now I’m off to read the next book!
PS: I definitely wouldn’t recommend reading this story as a stand-alone. …And trust me when I say this… You’ll want to read Happy Hour first anyhow!