The whole draw to this book for me was finally reading Grahams POV and from the first page we get it. I fell in love with him from the first book and was ready to dive into his view of things. He is an intense character who is the alpha male but holds that side of him in check less he be chastised by the women; sisters/mother in his life. He is old school romantic and the type of guy I absolutely love to read. Emma is interesting in this book and I still like her even though there were many times I wanted to jump through my Nook and strangle her to to get a grip on what was going on. Granted she is young but come on already! The POV's from Reid and Brooke made me gag. I didn't like either of them from the first book and their involvement here was sickening. I will give the author credit for giving Reid a shred of decency at the very end but other than that I could have done without him.The best thing about this book honestly is Graham. I could have read the entire book from his POV and even skipped Emma. Having read the authors other book; Easy, I see that Graham was a building block for Lucas. I refer to him as Lucas light. Doubtful I will read the third book; I do not think there is enough redemption for Reid to drag me into it even though I have already bought it.