Review: Landon & Shay: Part Two (L&S Duet #2) by Brittainy C. Cherry


Landon & Shay: Part Two, the not to be missed conclusion of the Landon and Shay duet by Brittainy C. Cherry, is available now!

Get your binge on with this must- read enemies to lovers, second chance romance!

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Synopsis:


Once upon a time, I fell in love with a boy. A beautiful, broken boy who had his own world of struggles.

People warned me against our love, but I didn't listen. We looked weak. Young, foolish. Dangerously in love. We didn't care.

In order to keep our hearts protected from the opinions of others, we became each other’s secret. We shared stolen moments. Tender touches. Secretive embraces.

It was our twisted love story, and it worked for us up until our lives changed forever. The boy I loved became Hollywood’s newest golden boy. His career blossomed as mine stalled. He found massive success as I discovered multiple failures. He made something of himself, while my dreams never came true. We moved into different realms where our pieces no longer fit together.

In the fairy tales, love conquered all. In reality, love was the main reason empires began to fall. I always knew Landon belonged in my story. He was my beginning, middle, and end. The only problem? I wasn’t certain I still belonged in his.


Review:

You know what the worst part of Landon & Shay Part 2 is? The fact that it ends! Oh, these two. This is a Brittainy C Cherry book so you know there is going to be angst and longing and your heart is going to hurt and then it is going to be so full by the end. It is going to be rough, but that makes the sweet so much sweeter. This was a wonderful ending to their story. *Note: You should have read the first part before jumping in here as it is a continuous story, not a standalone

Landon & Shay was not what I was expecting at first. I figured we would pick up a number of years later after they grew apart or something, but that is not what happened. We pick up right where part one left off. They are still kids. Still trying to figure everything out and trying to make a long-distance thing work. Landon is working on himself, trying to get his brain right as he says, and oh, these two. It is difficult. It would be hard normally, but add in some depression and mental illness and it is tough. He has a lot to go through, things can get dark for him quickly, but he has to take the time to find out how to manage it. How to deal with things as they come. How to be happy and healthier. I loved Landon. He makes mistakes, he overthinks everything, he has some dark days but more light ones lately, and he was wonderful. He is not perfect. He wears his mask well when he has to, but he is tired of not having someone who really sees him. Of not having Shay. 

And Shay? She was heartbroken and not ready to let him back in. She knows how amazing they are together, still has that connection to him that is one in a million, but she is super afraid of getting hurt again. She is so stubborn and I loved her. She has such a big heart and cares so much for those she loves. She...I really loved these characters. I wanted them to get their happily ever after so so so much. If anyone should get it it is them. For everything they went through, for all the ups and downs I wanted nothing but the best for them. 

*Note: I received a free copy of this book for voluntary review consideration

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★1/2




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About Brittainy

Author Brittainy C. Cherry is an Amazon #1 bestselling author.

She has been in love with words since the day she took her first breath. She graduated from Carroll University with a Bachelor Degree in Theatre Arts and a minor in Creative Writing.

Her novels have been published in 18+ countries around the world. Brittainy lives in Brookfield, Wisconsin with her fur babies.



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