First of all, don’t start with this novel. This is the third book in a trilogy and although it is technically a standalone, you are doing yourself and this amazing series a tremendous disservice if you start from here. Not only isn’t it the best book in the series (it’s great don’t get me wrong, but Book 2 and Book 1 are better), but it’s also the conclusion of a wonderful and intriguing backstory for the Chandler-Kane families that unravels across the 3 books.
I highly recommend this book. Like the others in the series, it’s covers serious themes like recovering from abuse and mental health and grief and forgiveness and trauma and it also features a cast of diverse characters both in ethnicity and sexual orientation in away that is inclusive but isn’t about those issues.
I’ve been in a book slump and this is the first series I’m excited about in a while. It should say something that I read this trilogy in about 24 hours, staying up late to finish books and waking up before my alarm on a work day just to continue reading this specific book. I HIGHLY recommend this series. It’s a little on the borderline erotic romance side of things, which I didn’t think was necessary with the strength of the characters and emotion here, but I suppose it’s good to have spicy romance novels that also have strong, meaningful stories. READ THIS SERIES!