Pain, humor, and love. This book packs a powerful punch. This book seemed more intense than the others in the series. The life-changing surprise that occurs early on sets in motion the development of layers in multiple relationships. The love and jealousy that takes place is warm, sad, and funny – at different points in the story, of course. It’s interesting how jealousy can mold relationships.
Logan and Grace’s relationship is like a percolating kettle. It takes a while to heat up, but when the whistle blows it’s hot and steamy. I like how Logan plays a role of a dominant man in bed without needing extra tools of implementation like canes and whips.
Favorite quotes from the book
“She’s a bitter, cruel, conniving bitch! … Cancer doesn’t erase that … Sickness doesn’t automatically erase people’s sins.”
“It was a special kind of agony knowing your own mother didn’t love you.”
“I only enjoy the really dirty stuff, and I have to be able to know and trust a man before I’ll let him do absolutely anything he wants to me in bed.”
“The things I’m going to do to you, babe. I’m going to make you mine, every single piece of you.”
Non-Spoiler Alert!!! This is the last book in this series. I had no idea before I read the book. I started reading the Epilogue, where the author provides a nice conclusion to each couple. I felt like the rug was pulled out from under me. When I finally came to my senses, I realized that I don’t have to say goodbye to the characters forever. I’ll just re-read the series.
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Lovely review, hun. x
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