Rating: ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Collision Course is the sequel to Diving in Deep, but you don’t really have to read it to get into this book. This installment follows social worker Joey, who was briefly shown as being with Noah for a while in the first book, who crosses paths with paramedic Aaron (who has reason to distrust social workers based on his own family’s past experiences) and finds a spark that he has a hard time denying. But can they form a relationship when what they do and what they want isn’t even close to being in sync?
This was about as good as the first book and if you’ve read the first, there’s a good continuity here not only in terms of writing style but also in the writing style itself. There was a point near the end where I felt it dragged slightly (I believe I had a similar complaint with Diving in Deep), but overall it’s an enjoyable read.