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Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2017
Touched follows on where Untouched left off. I have to say, these two confuse me with their constant arguments and fieriness. Their relationship is intense and I'm not convinced it's a good thing. I find Aiden to be too domineering, but perhaps that's because I, myself, am a control freak. I do like that he has a softer side, and we get to see a bit more of that in this book, but it can be quite fleeting.
In all honesty, I found this second book in the series to drag a little. I found the most interesting parts to be the last few chapters when we actually got to get to know the characters a little more. It was good to get a bit of background on them, and the twists at the end were a nice surprise.
For me, I felt like the middle didn't have a lot of depth, it seemed to be all about the sex, which is fine, but I like to get to know my characters too.
This book left off on somewhat of a cliffhanger, and I have to say, I'm a little intrigued to see where it's going to go in the third book.