Infraction - K.I. Lynn Infraction picks up right where Breach left off. Lila is still reeling from the devastation of Nathan turning his back on her. She is a shell of her former self and going through the motions of living. All of her fears are coming true.At the end of Breach we find Lila is in a terrible car accident on her way to work. Nathan is devastated and he discovers that he can't live without Lila. He tried to push her away to keep her safe but he just couldn't live with himself if she wasn't in his life.Together they start to work through the hurt and pain that Nathan inflicted on Lila when he left. Lila also starts working through her childhood fears and insecurities.Lila is afraid to let Nathan in. She is broken. Her body is shattered, her heart is broken and she is afraid. She knows if she lets Nathan back in, he could destroy her.Nathan waits patiently for Lila. There are a lot of big revelations. Nathan must reveal all in order for Lila to trust.Lila continues to worry about her past. She has panic attacks when she is triggered by an event in her past.Lila and Ethan have to hide away at work in fear of being discovered. The "boob squad" continues to torment Lila. ..Lila and Nathan work hard to overcome their pasts. They have to let go and move on. That is easier said than done and Lila's past comes with a price. Nathan and Lila continue to steam things up in the bedroom. There is some very crude dialogue in the bedroom but for some reason it works for me. I am not usually a fan of the raunchy kind of dirty talk but Nathan does it well.This one ends with room for book three. There are no major cliffhangers but a lot will carry over into book three. I have to say I didn't care for this one as much as I did the first one but I still liked it a lot. I think my problem with this one was all of the therapy that took place. They are a newer couple and have been through a lot. It seemed odd to me that they would invest in therapy when they were that early on in their relationship. Usually, if you need therapy at that point, it doesn't bode well. Anyway, I give this one four and a half