Review: Hourglass Squared (Hourglass #2) by K.S. Smith & Megan C. Smith

hourglass-squaredTitle: Hourglass Squared
Series: Hourglass, book 2
Author: K.S. Smith & Megan C. Smith
Age Group: New Adult
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Publication Date: October 13, 2014
Source: Author
Synopsis
After recovering from being scorned by the same man, best friends Brooke and Savannah have not only mended their friendship, but also their hearts. With both girls finally married to the Worthington twins, these women have found it all and are living in pure marital bliss.

But not all honeymoons last forever. When Brooke and Josh announce they have a baby on the way, Savannah realizes this is all a bit more than she signed up for. With pressure coming from Jake to start a family, tempers flare and relationships are pushed to the breaking point; driving her to the brink of insanity as she is propelled toward the house in suburbia with the white picket fence.

Brooke tries to stand by Savannah, and be the best friend she has always been, but soon the tables turn and Brooke will need everyone’s support as her world comes crumbling down atop of her.

Join Brooke and Savannah in Hourglass Squared as they fight any obstacle that comes their way, together. Relationships will be tested, friendships strained, causing the course of their lives to be changed, forever.

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Review
WOW, I feel like a broken jigsaw puzzle. My emotions are all over the place and don’t seem to be settling down anytime soon. I’m just blown away, I had high expectations for Squared as Hourglass was awesome and it exceeded my expectations, it was simply brilliant.

What I wouldn’t give right now to see Megan and Kym, after what they put me through they both deserve a smacked arse and a MASSIVE hug! The way they weave their tales is just magical, they suck you in and spit you out, rinse and repeat. One minute you’ll be crying with happiness, the next sobbing with heartbreak.

Brooke and Savannah have the sort of relationship every girl wants, best friends, sisters and always there for each other. I liked them in Hourglass but I completely LOVED them in Squared, they are so sassy, emotional, protective, sweet and strong. Is it wrong to say they complete each other? I know that’s their partners job but they so do, one without the other just wouldn’t be as fun.

Hourglass Squared is full of twists and turns that you’ll never see coming, not all good surprises but everything fits perfectly into the story. I couldn’t put it down until I’d finished it, AMAZING! I’m just gobsmacked and there isn’t enough stars to rate this book adequately.

5 rating

Ashton

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