(Just Human, Book 2)
Danny and Liv are back...
Danny loves Liv. He knows he loves her more than she loves him because she ran without a word when she saw their future mapped out before her. He knows he will never love anyone like he loved her and this time he doesn’t think he can move on.
Liv loves Danny. She knows she loves him more than he loves her because he broke her heart in the worst possible way, right when things were falling into place. She knows she will never love anyone like she loves him and this time she doesn’t think she can move on.
They needed a second chance because they just weren’t ready for their first, but when events changed everything between them, they discovered they were just human after all. Now Liv and Danny have to find a way to survive being hurt by each other.
They doubted, they underestimated and they did believe the worst, but only because they were too young the first time and too vulnerable the second time. But now they have changed and if they are not the same, surely things can only turn out differently?
“Life isn’t the same without you. I miss your smile, your voice, your beautiful face, you touch, the fun we have, the way you make me feel. I miss everything about you.”
After finishing Just Human, I HAD to start Still Human... immediately. There was no way in hell I would go to sleep after that ending. I was so frustrated with Liv!! Ugh!! I mean, YES I get why she reacted that way, but sheesh!!!! Her actions or rather, reactions led to some serious heartache – which obviously made the book a great and interesting read, don’t get me wrong.
Danny was definitely a true romantic. Liv was a very, very lucky girl to have such a wonderful man love her. He literally gave up everything he had in L.A. just to be by her side, even when she didn’t even want to see him.
“I love you, Liv. I will do anything to make you see that.”
My heart was constantly breaking for Danny. I felt his desperation every step of the way. I also understood Liv’s fears, though. They both had to face their inner demons and insecurities in order to be whole and finally, together.
I loved Max in book one and even more so in this one. I liked that he played a bigger role in the plot. He definitely had a lot to do in the mending of Liv and Danny’s relationship. He was such a great friend, not only to Liv, but to Danny as well.
“He’s far away from home, missing his friends and family, all for you, and you are like this great big, fucking brick wall”
He called it like he saw it and I really liked that about him. He was always honest with both Danny and Liv regarding the whole situation. Jen, Danny’s best friend, also played a key role in the whole “let’s get Danny and Liv back together” scenario. She was constantly giving great advice to Danny and supporting him 100%. So once again I have to say, I loved these two secondary characters AND I really, really want them to get spin-offs!!!
“You told me once that you were afraid I would turn out to be just human and that I would hurt you. I told you then that I am just human and that I could be hurt just as easily. Well, I’m still human… I’m still me and I know we could destroy each other. But I don’t care, because life without you isn’t worth living…”
I’m telling you, Danny had a way with words. Once again, he had me swooning all throughout the book. The way he took care of Liv was just…beautiful!!! Seeing him and Liv get through everything and finally experience the life they were always meant to have, was amazing. I found myself smiling at how everything seemed to fall into place…. At how they fully got each other. Danny and Liv were true soulmates and Kerry Heavens did a great job portraying that. I recommend this heartwarming novel to everyone!!
“I am always rooted here with you.”
Just Human Series...
(Just Human Series, Book 1)
Meet Liv and Danny...
Liv loves Danny. She knows she loves him more than he loves her, so she lets him go without a fight when his parents make him move back to America. She knows she will never love anyone like she loved him, but she has to move on.
Danny loves Liv. He knows he loves her more than she loves him, because she does nothing to get him to stay, so he goes quietly when his parents leave the UK. He knows he will never love anyone like he loved her, but he has to move on.
Twelve years on, they have made a good job of pretending, they may have almost forgotten. But when they get in touch via Facebook, it seems that it is all still there.
They quickly find that they are intensely compatible in ways they hadn’t even begun to explore before they were forced apart.
Can they put aside their fears and give it a go? Or will deep rooted doubts and insecurities tear them apart?
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