Review: Lighting The Way (Kat and Natalie Volume Two) Anastasia Vitsky

Lighting The Way (Kat and Natalie, Volume Two)College roommates, best friends, and family. Can Kat and Natalie find a way to stay together…without killing each other?

Kat Astra knows one thing: everything is her fault. A dead-end job. A fear of confrontation. An inability to speak up when necessary. Desertion of her best friend in her time of need.

Natalie Mestecom knows one thing too: everything Kat does is Natalie’s fault. The relationship rule is simple; Kat has problems, and Natalie fixes them. But what worked in adolescence becomes more complicated with adulthood, and new developments in their relationship challenge these roles. Kat is no longer sure whether she is willing to be disciplined according to Natalie’s rules, and Natalie is no longer sure whether she is worthy of Kat’s trust.

Can Natalie allow herself to be vulnerable? Can Kat believe in her own strength? Can Natalie believe in Kat’s strength? How will they, each in their own way, learn to move beyond guilt and blame in order to forge a new relationship together? In order to make peace with themselves and each other, Kat and Natalie reconnect with family, re-visit memories of their past, and make plans for taking steps forward in the future. To light their way home.

I received this book to give an honest review.
Lighting the Way is book two in Kat and Natalie's adventure. Within this book you get some answers that you didn't get in book one, which I thought was great.
You get to see a side of Natalie that you have not seen before which was pretty interesting. On that note Kat and Natalie both seem to learn boundaries, seem to grow a bit more and still have a love that seems to be growing.
Sometimes it seemed as though Kat and Natalie were more like sisters at some points then almost lovers but without the sex part.
The author did really good with this book as she has with all of her writing.
The covers are AMAZING! I have loved every single one of these covers to date, they seem to always match the story.
My Rating: 5 wine glasses

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