Haley Jones already thought her life was complicated, but after the events of the gala, she is in desperate need of direction—if only there was a compass for locating her missing dad or navigating relationships. Despite her efforts to gain independence and forge her own identity, she still feels adrift in her new life. And, when things heat up with Liam, Knox, Ethan, Chase, Theo, and Jackson, Haley finds herself in uncharted territory, torn between attraction and frustration. When tensions rise within the group, will Haley be the one to pull the guys together or tear them apart?
Pyxis begins with Haley working for the company the guys are working at and still worried about her dad. That is until she finds out some information that the guys don't have and she's unsure if she should tell them or not. Things with Jackson and her have been difficult and it feels Ethan is pulling away as well, so now she's not sure what to do or who to turn to.
But when more bad things happen she decides to take matters into her own hands, but she's still unsure if it is the right thing to do or not.
This book starts off really kind of slow, and kind of a repeat of the previous books in certain ways. I was very frustrated with the fact that Haley couldn't learn some of the secrets the guys had, it drove me nuts.
But I understood it for the most part, what really bothered me about this book was how there wasn't much to it really till towards the end. It really picked up then a whole lot.
And it was really nice to see how Haley felt about each of the guys as well.
Then the ending was a cliffhanger that had me wish the next book was already out!
So, overall I really liked this one a lot. And I'm super excited to read the next one. I just hope the guys can figure their stuff out and that it includes Haley.