Book two of Cassandra and Logan’s trilogy! I bought Irreplaceable the same night I finished the first book, Inevitable, and read it in its entirety one night before bed. [goodreads review]
The first time she sees Logan she’s smitten and her lust is out of control, but all signs point to him being taken and blessed with the life she’s always wanted. When their relationship just starts to accelerate, a few harsh words and one drunk driver could ruin it all. Cassandra struggles to figure out which Logan is real, the persona he projects to the world as his shield, or the one he lets only her and Oliver see.
As with the previous book, the scenes with Oliver were by far the best, sadly, in this book they were far fewer. Cassandra’s personality and judgmental quality reaches new heights and through her struggle with Logan I often found myself hoping she’d stop talking and get over it. The level of her stubbornness got out of hand very quickly and as she tries to move past her feeling for Logan she tries to protect herself by treating him horribly. Logan tries so hard to make up for his one moment of weakness in book one, that I often sided with him and sometimes wanted to scream at him to ignore Cassandra and move on.
Overall, this book felt more like filler than an actual separate book, the back and forth between Cassandra and Logan drug on for way too many pages, and the introduction of his ex wife, while interesting, was not enough to keep me engaged. Hopefully, I change my mind when getting to through the third and final part.