The first book is all about paradise, well mostly. Syd and Jack meet and decide a week fling would be the best way to spend their separate vacations. I mean, Jack is hot, who wouldn’t agree to this kind of deal? Half way through the book, they return to reality and their paths cross again. Syd’s long time dream to tour comes knocking at the door and with that, Jack and Syd decide to give their relationship a shot long distance style.
The whole second book revolves around Syd’s touring and the strain that it puts on their newfound relationship. If I am going to be honest, I really was only interested in the scenes where Jack appeared. Horrible, I know. Syd living her dream is great but reading about Jack was even greater! His character made me more interested in the story than the actual main character. To me, he held the story with his background and the type of man that he was.
I think I really started to get into the story when the Jack’s dad makes an appearance towards the end. I wish the story were longer so that I could have fell in love with the characters more, but it was not.