Exceptional ending to a terrific trilogy!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌏🌍🌎🌍
Character development: 🤕🤬🤯😲😍
Favorite Quote: “I love when my wife is right…said no man ever.”
The heroine: Kit Bishop – her homophobic Grandmother forced her to marry a man in order to inherit her parents money. Kit is now married to Preston. She has always had a connection with him, she trusts him completely.
The Hero(es): Preston Holden – he is a gambler and is lying to Kit about a few things despite being in love with her for years. He is messed up due to the fact that his father abused him as a child. Even though his father is now dead, his brother Asher is a big trigger for him.
The story: Preston and Kit have always had a connection and it is easy to see that they have feelings for each other. Though Kit identifies as a Lesbian and is afraid that everything she has ever stood for and her sense of self will be lost if she gives in to her feelings for Preston.
Preston if just as bad since he goes back and forth between feeling he needs to stay away from Kit because he will end up hurting her and the way way he needs Kit. This series has been so good and even though a lot of it has just been this back and forth between these two yearning for each other and their own minds that tell them they shouldn’t be together, I just couldn’t seem to get enough of it.
A lot of times when stories have gone back and forth like this, I get sick of it and can’t wait for it to be over. However, in this one I have been fascinated because with everything that happens I just see how much they really need each other and how their feelings are deepening. This series was just so original and the romance was so genuine that I really enjoyed every minute.
I voluntarily read & reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts & opinions are my own.
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