This might be my favorite Sophie Oak book yet! If you liked the first one, you will like this one. If you thought the first was lacking, then you will love this one.When we met Dante in Bound, he was humorous and lively, but you could tell that he was lacking a maturity level. But I was intrigued by him nonetheless in the first book and looked forward to his own story.What we see here is a man who is afraid of disappointing his family, so he ignores his own passion and acts frivolous as the "bad boy". Once he meets Kaja he begins to allow the real Dante to emerge. This is a great story about two people finding themselves by finding each other.I can not wait for the next book. The humor in this book is just so great. I laughed out loud so many times. Great imagination and writing.