For 100 Nights is the second book in Lara Adrian’s 100 -series. I must admit, I was quite excited for this book as I loved For 100 Days, the first novel in the series.
Avery’s and Nick’s story continues in the steamy way it began in the first book. But between the hot and lustfilled momets, secrets from the past surface and they both have to face them. They have to decide whether or not they let the past decisions and actions determine their future. Some of those questions remained unanswered, so I guess we’ll have to wait and see how the trilogy ends in For 100 Reasons.
Lucky me, Nick and Avery lived not solely on sex. There were few quite nice dinners and breakfasts eaten in the novel. For this blogpost I chose the lasagna Avery made for Nick.
In For 100 Nights Lara Adrian continues with the story of Avery and Nick. I had great expectations for this book because I enjoyed the first one in the 100 -series immensely.
I never thought I’d say this…but all the shivering, grunting, moaning and coming got boring. It seemed like every time Avery and Nick were in the same room, the only interaction between them was sex, countless times. I just wished that there were something else too.
Avery hasn’t been completely honest with Nick. Although she has shared her past with him, there’s still something left untold. And that ghost from the past is catching up on her. But she’s not the only one in their relationship that has secrets. Is their love strong enough to battle the ghosts? Or will it all crumble down because the deceit of the other is just too much to be forgiven?
In all honesty, I believe that Lara Adrian can do better. I have the books to prove that. I feel like the possibilities to have real suspense and deeper emotions were not utilized. The storyline had some brilliant moments that could have taken the book to another level completely hadn’t they been dealt with so much haste. The characters didn’t grow with the story, they just seemed stuck.
For 100 Days ends with a surprise and I can’t wait how For 100 Reasons wraps up the story of Avery and Nick.