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What We Do in the Light (Day to Night #2) by Stylo Fantôme

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3.5 Stars

*** What We Do in the Light is book two in the Day to Night duet and should be read after book one, What We Do in the Night. This review may contain spoilers if you have not yet read the first book in the duet. ***

Valentine O’Dell and Ari Sharapov are over. After their sizzling yet brief relationship imploded before their eyes, it is time for them to go their separate ways… or so one of them thinks…

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What We Do in the Light was the ultra sexy and still very complicated conclusion to the Day to Night duet. Valentine and Ari might be terrible for each other on paper, but the attraction they share just isn’t going anywhere.

Since we last saw Valentine, she has been busy dealing with some new developments with the plethora of issues she has been handling in her life since her move to Chicago. School, work and her sick grandmother, she hasn’t even had time to miss Ari… at least that’s what she is telling herself.

Ari hasn’t been happy without Valentine in his life. He knows they’re good together and he vows to convince her to give him a second chance… if he can ever get her to listen to him again…

What We Do in the Light was another sexy read focusing on Valentine and Ari. I still loved these two characters, but I definitely had a hard time connecting with them the second time around. I felt like while the story progressed, there wasn’t much of anything new introduced to the plot to really hold my attention. But I did really like the place where they ended up and the internal struggle Val was faced with in regards to her own personality vs her Saint Valentine persona was an intriguing addition.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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