Friday, November 20, 2015

Review of Command by Nina Levine

I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we expand on Scott and Harlow's story. In this book after all they have gone through to just be together you would think that it would be smooth sailing, ya not happening. In this book Scott and Harlow are still trying to recover over the loss of their baby. Harlow is coming out of her depression but it is taking time. Not only is she having her emotional battles with herself she is also working both at her mom's cafe and Indigo. Not only is all of this going on but she is trying to make sure that she is there for Scott while he is dealing with any and all of the problems with Storm. 

Scott misses his woman and wants her whole. He is constantly feeling like he is being pulled in so many directions that in the middle of all of this Harlow is getting the short end from him. Scott feels he should be doing more to help bring back the woman he loves more than anything. He keeps wondering if he should push her more or will this cause her to pull back from him again. He is not sure what the right thing to do is but he knows that he can't loose Harlow again to her depression like he did before and he will do anything to make sure that doesn't happen. The only problem is the rest of the world didn't get that memo.  

This book is amazing it has so many twists and turns I want to tell you about but as a reader I want you to experience them for yourself. This will be another book in this series that you will read again and again. This book can be read as a stand alone but I recommend that you read it with the rest of the series to really understand what is happening in some parts. This book is amazing I am so impressed with how the author not only writes about the miscarriage from a woman's point of view but also how a man feels about the loss of a child. As well as what he must watch the woman he loves go through just to come back to herself again. This book will have you on the edge of your seat from the first word to the very end. I think this book is amazing and would recommend it to anyone and everyone.  

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