I really, really hate first person. But, this series helps me forget about it. After the first book, I did not care for Jordan. Although to be fair, he was taking the right healthy steps as we left him.While I applauded how well he moved on, he did not seem to struggle with any of his addictions in book two. I found it hard to believe how stable he was, based on how broken he was at the end of the first book.Don't get me wrong, I understand why the author did not focus on his problems and rather on Ken's.It was a lovely story about second chances.