“Olivia Decoded” is the second book in the Olivia Twisted series. It takes place about eight months after where the second book ended where Olivia was left with her grandfather to live a normal life, but of course that normalcy doesn’t last very long.
In contrast with the first book, there’s less hacking. There’s still hacking, but it’s not the prime focus like before. I loved the romance between Jack and Olivia. I was definitely rooting for them and I love their relationship.
My favorite thing about this book was the stalker subplot, which kept me engrossed and guessing until the very end.
Overall, I feel like this was a very good sequel! Some sequels fall flat and just suck frankly, but the author did a great job with this one. I never felt bored, and there’s tons of action in it. And I loved how the author stayed true to who the characters were, even up until the end
I’ve spent the past year trying to get my life on track. New school. New friends. New attitude. But old flames die hard, and one look at Jack—the hacker who enlisted me into his life and his hacking ring, stole my heart, and then left me—and every memory, every moment, every feeling comes rushing back. But Jack’s not the only one who’s resurfaced in my life. And if I can’t break through Z’s defenses and reach the old Jack, someone will get hurt…or worse.