At the beginning of the month, I read and reviewed Beneath His Stars. In Her Space, the second book in the Stars Duet is also available now! Thanks to the author I also got to read and review the conclusion to this duology. Keep reading to find out what I thought!
I was reunited with Livingston Montgomery in the broad sunshine of a Carolina morning, right where she belonged; in the light.
It’d been too long since I’d seen her face.
She had changed, but so had I.
I was Adam Nova, reformed bad boy. Now, successful business man.
I had it all, except for the one person I’d always wanted, and now I was back to claim her.
She was living in the shadows, just a shell of the former girl I knew.
But it didn’t matter that she tried to hide from me in the dark.
I’d follow her into the deepest depths of hell.
I just wanted to be In Her Space.
In Her Space starts off ten years after Beneath His Stars. A lot has happened in those years and not everything is what it seems.
Adam didn’t have an easy time, but he’s tried to make this positive by creating his own app and this had become a hit. He heads back to where it all began to fix a lot of the loose ends that were left behind.
Liv still thinks of Adam, but has found her way in life and is working with kids underneath the stars, just what she loved! She soon finds out there were a lot of misunderstandings, but that doesn’t make things any less complicated.
Their connection is definitely still there and it doesn’t take long to act on that. Unfortunately the past is still their to haunt them. It’s hard to really review this story without giving too much away! This really is a duology that you need to experience while reading.
Beneath His Stars lacked a bit of the depth and hints of what was going to happen. In Her Space really made up for the lack of details. We definitely got more of the information I was happy to see how this all turned out. That being said, I missed a bit of the development between Adam and Liv. I guess I needed a little bit more than we got?
All in all, I really did love these characters and this story. The way it ended really did leave a smile on my face. Amie Knight really has a way with words that make you want more! I would love to read more about Adam and Liv and even a few other characters we meet along the way!
What was the last book that left you wanting more? Let me know in the comments!