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  • Annoying

    My god, the author desperately wanted to make a series of a story that shouldn't have been one. It keeps dragging with stupid reasons and rationalizing from Rachel. She is 24 years old for god sake, there something called communication as an adult, descriptions of how hot he is and how hot she is for him is so superficial and juvenile. There is no depth even though she talks about being in love with him. After 20% reading this book I couldn't stand it any longer, also the repetitive and flashbacks to the first book seems more as filler than necessary. The first book was good, this one reeks of desperation to sell more books. Too bad, because the writing of the author is really good.

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  • 3 "Landon loving" stars

    Addicted to You is a novel I've been looking forward to ever since its highly enjoyable predecessor Drawn to You. The state in which Rachel and Landon's relationship was left meant I was keenly anticipating which direction the story would take. To briefly recap, after a rather unique encounter, magazine writer Rachel and billionaire hotelier and businessman Landon Court embark on passionate affair. The self imposed time limit they put on their affair takes takes a backseat seat when feelings neither intended come to the forefront. Recognising the enormity of pain and hurt she faces at losing Landon, Rachel walks away. It's here that we begin our story in Addicted to You. Rachel's reasoning for walking away based on something Landon said in the earliest stages of their relationship: "As soon as a woman starts to demand more than I can give, I walk away." While initially I understood Rachel's fear of opening up, I may have been more sympathetic if she had simply given him more credit. Rather than saving herself from what she perceived as future heartache of his rejection, she should have afforded him the opportunity to make a choice. I don't think I can recall a time when Landon's behaviour towards her at that point would have warranted this thinking, and his repeated appeals to her should have served as a clear indication to otherwise. Her repeated jealousies and insecurities throughout the novel were a disappointment. There were moments I felt she was purposefully and unnecessarily vague causing herself and Landon undue distress. When she does see sense (of sorts) she fools herself into thinking she can rekindle her physical relationship with Landon whilst emotionally keeping him at arms length. Needles to say her plan fails and again she finds herself in a situation she makes the decision to walk away from. When he’s like this, when we’re like this, I don’t have to think about what the future holds. From the moment I read my first Serena Grey novel, I knew I'd found an author that would make avid follower of me. She manages to tell a story in a way that appeals to me as a reader and a romantic. The dedication at the front of the novel reads: "To everyone who ever picked up a book, and was lost in the magic within." It was very difficult to rate this. Whilst I enjoy Serena's writing and read it cover to cover, Rachel's merry go round emotion were an unwanted distraction. That said, I still eagerly await the next novel in the series, which I think is testament enough to the spell Serena cast.

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  • Addicted to you

    Story line great keeps you involved and excited to get to next place

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  • Addicted to you

    Can't wait to read book 3 of this, love really will find it's way, hoping for sweet ending, so excited...

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  • Addicted to You

    Addicted to You by Serena Grey is the second book in the Swanson Court Series and is the continuing story of Landon and Rachel. Right now I want to scream with the ending of this book!!! Landon and Rachel have such an attraction but continue to hurt each other with distrust and jealousy. Rachel loves him so much but had rather walk away from him than trusting maybe her love will be enough and he will be able to return her love. I loved this book! It had me from the very beginning and I was Addicted! I can’t wait for the next book. I received an ARC of this book.

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