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5.0 out of 5 starsThe whole Arranged Series is definitely one to read.
Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2019
This is the final book of Luka & Tori's story. This is both a heartbreaking and heartfelt story all at once. I was on the verge of tears throughout most of it. Stefan's dad brings back his first love trying to break him and Tori up, but with a surprise. This is where he gets to make his choice. Tori makes that choice for him. There is so much that happens in this book, one twist after the next. It is a very emotional book, but an excellent one. I recommend this whole series. It's definitely one not to miss. Stella Gray has outdone herself with this series. It deserves more than 5 stars.
The last book was very good! I liked how everything wrapped up. The one thing I started off with the book and just getting mas at this character Tori again. Despite everything they had been through AGAIN she ran or had no faith in her man. It was truely starting to get old. Despite that, its a very good read and Im glad I stuck with this series!! Passionate and a good fix for anyone who loves alpha males and the somewhat innocent yet cant stop reading about females.
The series itself was awesome! This particular book was very well written with very unexpected twists and turns. I’m usually pretty good at “guessing” something that will be the twist in a storyline, but this was completely unexpected.
The way the story is written causes you to genuinely feel connected to the characters. You rejoice in their triumphs, feel their pain, and are filled with anguish on their behalf.
The tying up of the entire series was very well done in this particular book.
Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2020
My father is a Senator, my mother passed away when I was young. Dad remarried,Michelle was awesome a great 2nd Mom. Today is my 18th Birthday....the party is grand and I’m dressed like princess...Dad says he has a surprise for. I hope it’s college money,I love languages. But to my surprise it’s not what I thought but a new Husband that will work together to get what we want out of life. More mysteries will follow our lives....and surprises hopefully we will survive. Enjoy Susan
Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2020
Loved this series,what a great storyline and characters to match it's greatness. Love Tori and Stefan 's roles in this story. Stella did a fantastic job creating each develops of the characters and as the story moves along you will find that from a forced marriage turn into quite a love story. Stella is a great author.
Another great read from Stella Gray. It wasn't as great as the first or second but needed to be written none the less to finish their story. Book two left you off with no other choice but to go on and read book three. I do love their connection and love for one another. They came so far to be where there at in the end. I'm truely astonished by how much Stephen changed from the first book. How he worked so hard because he just wasn't working for his dad but was doing multiple things. I remember when I could have swore this man was a cheater why else turn down your beautiful young wife so many times. I've truely enjoyed this read. Gret job author
I have read the 3 book series by Stella Grey. I found the series an enjoyable story. The main characters were interesting and kept my interest. The supporting characters were nicely intertwined in the plot. I was however skimming over many of the love scenes between Tori and Stephen. Too many and they got boring.
So I have now read this series and unfortunately I have had to skip most of it because it was 70% descriptive. Couldn't relate to the characters. I think the 3 series books could have been written just as a standalone. It's disappointing