You couldn't ask for a better follow up to book one.
This book has it all, redemption, acceptance, anger, realisations and a whole lot of love all wrapped up in the past, present and hopefully the future.
When Asher decides to finally head home and to face his demons, his brother Cole feels like he is being betrayed by the only one left that he loves. Lashing out in a fit of rage, he says some things that lead to a broken Asher doing something stupid.
Why should loving one sibling mean you have to turn your back on another.
I am really enjoying this series and hope to see more from them all. Asher is a fantastic character to read about and his story is a heart breaking but brilliant one.