Afterburn by Sylvia Day

afterburnI loved Sylvia Day’s Crossfire series, and so had high hopes for Afterburn (and its sequel Aftershock); I was a little disappointed by this book.  I didn’t really find that I cared a whole lot for the main characters Gia Rossi and Jackson Rutledge.  They had a previous relationship that they end up rekindling after Jackson gets involved in her business dealings.  I didn’t really understand his involvement, I didn’t understand why she gets so upset with him at the end of the book, and I really don’t understand why this story is in two parts instead of one whole book.  Not really sure it was worth the money or the time it took to read, but I have the sequel pre-ordered so I guess I’ll read the second part anyway.


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