This was the final piece in the Maddox family story. This one is as excitedly, emotionally erratic as the rest of the series. Those Maddox men have a hot temper and strong feelings, which leads to a lot of romantic drama. Here’s a sample:
“Goddammit, Ellie,” Tyler said. “You’re right. I’m jealous as fuck. You’re sending all these mixed signals and some guy walks in on you, sees you naked, then he’s asking about you … I have a million fucking feelings swirling around. I don’t know what the hell I’m doing. I’ve never felt like this before.” …
“Grow up,” [Ellie said]
This one wasn’t my favorite in the series – of course Travis is tough competition. However, I appreciated all the little things that got clarified and tied up in this book.
I never quite understood why Tyler couldn’t let Ellie go. He makes it clear that he’s certain that he is in love with Ellie because he fears the pain of losing her.
All in all, this is a MUST READ for fans of the series!