Title: Stepping Stone
Series: The Stone Series #2
Author’s Name: Dakota Willink
Publisher: Dragonfly Ink Publishing
Page Count: 376 Pages
Author or Book Website: https://www.dakotawillink.com/
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Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
The story of Krystina and Alexander continues in Stepping Stone, book two of The Stone Series.
Krystina Cole is flawed and damaged from a traumatic experience. A relationship with Alexander Stone will never work. She knows that her capacity for love is limited, and that only she alone can repair the pieces of her shattered heart. But Alexander is everywhere she turns. In her mind. In her heart. And in her soul. She cannot deny him. He is her addiction and she is unable to stay away.
Alexander Stone has accepted the inevitable. If he wants to hold on to Krystina, he must bare all and release the secrets in his past. There were risks, but she is worth it. No woman has ever affected him the way that she did. She is the sunshine in his darkness. The lightning to his thunder. She is his angel.
Bound by their passion to be together, Alexander and Krystina fight to let go of their pasts. Together, they embark on journey of self-exploration, relying on trust to be their ultimate bond. Falling completely into one another, there finally seems to be a beacon of hope for their future. But as they test their boundaries of desire, fate takes an unexpected turn, threatening their only chance at survival…
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This is the second in the series. Krystina has walked away from Alex. He has to come to understand that keeping his past and his secrets to himself that he is not going to get Krystina back. He has to do things to try to get her back and that is using her roommate. He all but corners to have some time alone with her. She knows that she has missed him as well. It is intense. There are some whoa moments and it makes me wonder about the two of them.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars