Review for “The Necklace II – Back to Brighton, November 1962” by goldpet66
Linda does a beautiful job of establishing continuity in her second installment of this thoroughly enchanting series. “The most famous band of all time” is on its way up in the “Brighton” music scene, in preparation for stepping onto the world stage. Our lovely friend Susan, a character whom I have grown to love, finds herself back in the arms of James, and well… they find themselves back in a lot of each other’s body parts too. I’m not being flip… I think the sensuality of these two characters is explored more completely in this second book, which makes sense since, within the context of the story, both are a bit older and more experienced. We also see a side of James that veers uncomfortably close to abusiveness, and the fact that Linda chooses not to gloss over that aspect of James’ persona adds a greater depth and additional facets to the story. Having a new friend, John, along for the ride lets us see how Susan interacts with other characters, and how she changes his life as well. We also get the unexpected treat of Susan popping in on the Ted Flannagan Show (a neat analog of the Ed Sullivan Show) in February 1964, where she meets James once again, and we get to experience that feeling of wonder, promise, and excitement all over again within the second book’s structure. Thank you for keeping this story going for us and looking forward to more!
Review for “The Necklace II – Back to Brighton, November 1962” by Avery Tomiselli
A perfect continuation of the story! Still kept me on my toes just as much as the first! Still attached to the same characters and still the same feelings towards them as well! You want for things to happen just as much as the characters want them to happen! I loved this one just as much as the first, probably just a little bit more!!! Seriously suggest reading this one as well as the first!
Review for “The Necklace II – Back to Brighton, November 1962” by Heather
he Necklace 2 picks up soon after The Necklace ended. Susan thought she’d made the right choice leaving James and getting back to life with her husband but the past is catching up to her. She returns to James searching for her ballerina necklace hoping to get it and break their connection. I was rooting against her the whole time. Love Susan and James.
Review for “The Necklace II – Back to Brighton, November 1962” by Becca Goodsell
I started The Necklace II right after I finished book 1. I wanted Susan to be with James, and it looks like I got my wish, sort of. This sexy time-travel romance series is addicting.
Review for “The Necklace II – Back to Brighton, November 1962” by Jessica
I was a little concerned about the state of my new favorite couple at the end of book 1, but I was very satisifed with this second book. Time-travel romance at its best.
Review for “The Necklace II – Back to Brighton, November 1962” by Bonnie Barbanti
I read both books ( 1 &2 ) back to back and am already on my second read. Easy and interesting read especially knowing the background of the books. Makes me want more. Good job Linda!