I very much enjoyed this one. Better than the first, Broken.
Somehow, both characters seem to balance out. Gabby is a little less childish, and Bradley is less of a stuffy old chap in his way of speech.
When things were working so well for them, I was waiting for something to happen, and the author definitely surprised me with, not exactly the pregnant ex, but the other little twist accompanying the pregnancy.
I was disappointed in Gabby for taking Ian in and hanging out with him, I was insanely proud in the way Bradley handled the entire situation.
Yes, there were awkward points in the plot that can be polished a little, but this was overall, a nice improvement in flow and writing than the first book in the trilogy.