I liked the first book in the series very much, but, book number two is a different story (no pun intended). Miss Williams seemed like a different author this time around. The book started well, and I had great hopes, but (there's that word again), it started to 'drag on' towards the middle and ending, giving the impression that She was having trouble filling pages.
Her saving quality is that she is an excellent writer. The format, spelling, grammar, etc. is very well done, but this attempt left me slightly disappointed. I have given her five stars in the past.
Also, I cringed a couple of times as the relationship between the lead characters started (in my mind) getting a little too close ... a little too feminine for my liking. I believe it was unintentional on the author's part and might have been the result of HER perspective. Anyway, I like my male leads with no doubt as to their manhood.
Having been pleased with this authors past works, I will try book three in the series. I have given four stars here, but it could read anywhere from three and a half to four and a half.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)