More Than Him (More #3)
by Jay McLean
“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.” – Marianne Williamson
We live in a world of darkness and shadows,
where monsters hide and aim to ruin.
And they did.
They ruined us and turned our dreams into nightmares.
But now we’re back.
And we’re fighting.
Not just for us, or for each other, but for our light.
***Warning: Spoilers ahead if you haven’t read More than Her. ****
This is the second book in Amanda and Logan’s story. At the end of the last book Logan left. He just couldn’t do it. He couldn’t continue to expose Amanda to his life.
Amanda tries and tries to move on with her life. Every day is a struggle.
Logan is far away and Amanda has no idea where he is or how he is doing. Logan wants nothing more than for Amanda to move on with her life.
When he finally sees her again. He realizes that she is the light in his darkness. He needs her like he needs to breathe. But Amanda is not so sure.
Both of them are left fighting nightmares in the dark after the trauma they endured. They are both dealing with the fear in their own way.
Logan struggles to learn new ways to cope. He can’t just keep running away and pushing the people he loves away.
Logan has to re-asses his life and come to terms with the chaos he left behind. He hurt Amanda. Perhaps irreparably.
Amanda struggles to come to terms with her conflicting feelings for Logan. She never stopped loving him.
But they are going to have a lot of obstacles to overcome before they can move forward.
This book was amazing!!!
So this one was told from both points of view. Logan struggles with his decision and he continues to grow and mature. Amanda struggles daily. Her family and friends are there for her but she is a bit of a wreck. Her brother deals with the brunt of her nightmares and her heart-ache. He has had to help her deal with the loss of her soul mate.
Amanda has done some growing up as well. Through her conversations with Logan’s father she begins to get a better picture of what Logan went through as a child, as well as a better understanding of his possible motivation behind running away.
Again, Jay McLean does an amazing job of telling this amazing story. Logan is utterly loveable in all of his brokenness. Amanda is absolutely heartbreaking. Her pain is palpable. There is a fair amount of steam in this story but not over the top. Definitely a series for adults. I adored this story and this series is amazing. I can not wait for book four, Cam and Lucy.
High four star rounding up to five.