Title: Miss You Already (The Vision Series Book #2)
Author: D.D. Shaw
“Miss You Already has so many twists. I was so angry a couple of times. That’s a sign of a good read to me!!! I can’t wait for book 3!!!!” – Amazon Review
Margret blew her only chance at living in the outside world. She’s a screw-up and she’s paying the consequences. The thought of living the rest of her life in a Vision compound is unbearable, but when she is transferred to Manchester, she finds that a Vision life might not be so bad. Torn between two very different brothers who are willing to do anything to keep her, she is forced to make a decision that pits brother against brother. When tragedy strikes, her life spirals out of control and there is only one person she can turn to: the man who broke her heart.
Trent has spent the last year settling into his position at Vision, while Charlie spends her days happily immersed in life at MIT, surrounded by people she can relate to. As much as they love each other, the separation has pulled them in different directions and they realize they are still strangers. So, when Margret calls he doesn’t think twice about running to her aid, after all, he owes her. The price for helping her is steep, though, and Trent has to come to terms with the fact that Charlie has pushed him away, and that the only woman who has been a constant presence in his life, is the one with all the power.
Margret and Trent both find themselves torn between two people, and no matter what choices are made someone is going to get hurt.
***This book is intended for mature audiences only, due to graphic content, a bit of swearing, some alcohol abuse, a whole lot of sarcasm, and some taboo love that some might find a sensitive topic. This book does contain love triangles, so consider yourself warned: Miss You Already is a bumpy ride***
My favorite thing about the books of this series is how real the characters are. They swear, they have flaws, and they fight but they are just loveable and easy to believe. Book two in the Vision series focuses on Margret. And she is far from a perfect person. Being transferred to a new compound in the hopes of getting her to better focus on her profession, she becomes the center of a sordid love triangle that leaves her with the most difficult choice of her life.
This book was as suspenseful as the first one and I didn’t want it to be over. While Trent and Charlie don’t have as big of a role as they did in book one, their relationship was very real to me as well. I can’t wait to see where book three takes these characters!