I definetely enjoyed this book better than the first book.
It's true what they say that people can change, only if they want to though. You can't make anyone change. Sometimes love really does conquer all and heal old wounds.
I was glad to see Christian finally revealed all of his demons to Ana. I feel Ana needed all the pieces to the puzzle to make a decision about being with him or not.
I do think though that they need more communication and less sex in order to make their relationship last the long haul. Intimacy is important in a relationship, however its not the most important thing.
There are times when we have moved on from our past, people in our past have not. Sometimes you are forced to deal with issues or people you feel are ancient history. It makes you really stop and think about how you treat people in the present.
I am eager to see what drama will ensue in the last book of the trilogy.