Review: Short, sweet and craving more. We meet back up with Adam and Amelia three months after they have begun their company Doreye and we find out that they are being blackmailed by their former foster parents to embellish money for them. Already feeling the strain from being in the limelight Adam struggles to find a solution to the blackmail without involving Amelia, while also hiding his relationship with Lisa Bristol and adding to that his stress about Tom, the head of the start-up incubator that houses the Doreye project, replacing him as the second half of the company. That is a huge load on him and it is weighing him down. Amelia is so engrossed in her coding that she is missing out on experiencing the college life and she begins to make an effort to step outside of her comfort zone and ask Sandeep, who is another start-up participant, out on a date. Well, her bubble gets popped when he declines her offer because he has a girlfriend. He has obviously been sending her mixed signals but Amelia copes fairly well with the news though she is emotionally devastated but it gets even better when she finds out who he is dating. I'll never tell. So, here I am left hanging yet again right when things just became really interesting, must read the next one. Great read told from various viewpoints, though this does not hinder the pace at all.