Where did I find it: this is the third book of a trilogy, and originally found via the author’s blog.
What I liked: All of it! The first two stories are great, but this one is my favourite. Jeremy is the son of Eliza from the first book. At the end they are reunited and it brought tears to my eyes. I loved how all the characters interacted with each other with the onus once more kindness. There were plenty of bad, sad, and spiteful, things but the story always returned to sweetness and love with a happy ending.
What I didn’t like: is how death can be cruel and bring such great sadness. We all have to face it at sometime, but losing someone before their time is hard on everyone. I’m also a believer that out of something bad, comes good and this story was no exception.
Overall: it was a cracking good read. Full of strong emotion, intimacy and romance. I loved to see the creation of families and how children bring joy. The whole series has been lovely and enjoyable and all with happy endings, which I love. Readers who like the aforementioned will adore this series too.
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