Release Date: January 27, 2015
I thought wrong.
Fear is my new constant.
I thought I could conceal it, contain it, control it.
I thought that now that I had Grant the worst was over.
I thought wrong.
But if we’re going to survive, wherever you go…take me with you.
Take Me for Granted (Book 1)
USA Today bestselling author K.A. Linde has written the Avoiding series and the Record series as well as the new adult novels Following Me and Take Me for Granted. She grew up as a military brat traveling the United States and Australia.
While studying political science and philosophy at the University of Georgia, she founded the Georgia Dance Team, which she still coaches. Post-graduation, she served as the campus campaign director for the 2012 presidential campaign at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. An avid traveler, reader, and bargain hunter, K.A. lives in Athens, Georgia, with her fiancé and two puppies, Riker and Lucy.
It feels like I have been anticipating the conclusion to the series forever. I loved the first book Take Me for Granted and I was filled with angst when it ended the way it did. However, Take Me With You was definitely worth the wait and everything I could have asked for in a follow up. Grant and Ari were not only entertaining but their story was exceedingly dramatic.
These two are plagued with issues. Jealousy. Mistrust. Insecurity. Their pasts. Their families. They should be annoying. But they’re not and as a reader you’re all in. You want them to succeed and to find their happily ever after. You’re pleased as punch to be on Grant and Ari’s bumpy road toward nirvana.
I honestly loved how the plot played out – you feel the connection and maturing of this couple. Grant and Ari were both compelling characters as was their journey together. Added onto their love story is all the crazy family drama and that keeps the story moving along at a fast pace. It’s awesome. I had me devouring Grant and Ari’s story and has me highly recommending this series.
K.A. Linde’s book are always so well written and her characters are just appealing. The drama never becomes too much without giving you the hit of what you’re craving – the loving moments between Ari and Grant. Or when she gives you a good laugh. She continuously hits the right stride in her books and it makes for excellent read.