eBook, 385 pages
Published October 8th, 2013
Reckless continues the romance of Samantha and Christos (Adonis).
Sam has decided to change her major to Art, but when she tells her parents they totally flip, but still manage to find a way to use the situation to their advantage. Suddenly, Samantha has to fight a whole harder for her dreams.
Christos is very busy with his painting, and is making a good name for himself in the art world. But there’s something he has been hiding from Sam, something that has the capacity to ruin their future together.
Reckless tackles the part of a relationship that a lot of books probably don’t show: what happens when the honeymoon phase ends. Though they love each other very much, real life is calling and Christos and Sam have to answer. They have less time for each other and have to find ways to deal with that.
The tone is more mature than in Fearless – Sam has grown up a lot. There’s also a lot more graphic content (!). The plot is very loose, and single events are explored in great detail.
Samantha has matured a lot, and her confidence is much higher in this book. She’s finally finding the pluck to stand up to her controlling parents and chase her dreams.
Christos writes from his point of view at times throughout the book, and we get to enjoy the fact that he really is a one-woman man now. He continues to give dreamy soliloquies to Samantha that speak volumes of his undying love. He is very dramatic and comfortable in his own skin – totally confident. But you also see his darker side…
Reckless was a good follow up to Fearless, and sets up the next book really well. I can’t wait to get stuck into Painless!
My Rating: 4/5
Goodreads Rating: 4.26/5