Series: Damaged #2
Published by Laree Bailey Press on Jun 24, 2013
Genres: New Adult, Romance
The steamy conclusion to the New York Times bestselling New Adult novel DAMAGED by H.M. Ward. Home isn't supposed to be dangerous, but for Sidney it is. Returning home means that she has to face her past. It's not just the man who hurt Sidney that makes it horrible, but the family that didn't believe her. They were dead to her, but now that her mom is really dying things seem different. It's a chance to set things right. What Sidney doesn't realize is that she's dragging Peter into a collision course with his past. Peter must deal with the demons haunting him if he wants to move forward with Sidney. He's willing to give up everything for her, even wade deeper into his past life to help her move forward. But, Peter isn't sure if he can get over what happened to him in New York. Genre: New Adult Romance Length: Novel, 324 pgs Sequel to the NYT and USA Today Bestseller DAMAGED
When I first started Damaged 1, I had a really hard time getting into it. I was totally caught up on the Arrangement, and I wasn’t happy to be starting a new series. But by the end of Damaged 1 and the beginning of Damaged 2, I was so completely hooked! I couldn’t wait to see what would happen next for Sidney and Peter, and I was not disappointed in Damaged 2!
Damaged 2 picks up right where Damaged 1 left off, and I couldn’t wait to see how Sidney and Peter would handle the Dean situation. But after a big revelation, things seem to not be going as expected, and Peter and Sidney are fighting.
It’s so hard to talk about this book without spoilers because I just want to talk about everything I loved because there was a lot! From little moments with Millie to the crossover with Sean and Avery from The Arrangement to the way the whole thing ended, I really just loved the whole story. There were a couple moments where I started to get mad, but they didn’t last long.
I honestly have no complaints about Damaged 2, other than the fact that it ended! However, I know that the characters will be back in side roles in the other Ferro series, so it’s all good. Honestly, if you haven’t read H.M. Ward yet, you need to! I am loving these books!