All I wanted was Harper's happiness, and I would move the world to give her anything she ever wanted. We've searched for answers, talked about our options, and finally - finally - found hope.
Yet, just when things seemed to be perfect, it all came crashing down around us all. The one person I've always counted on to hold us together - to hold me together - was lost in her own nightmares, and I felt like I was losing everything.
I wasn't going to lose the woman I loved. I would hold onto her until the last breath left my body. It was my mistakes that were hurting us, and I would be the one to fix it. I wouldn't let my past ruin my forever with Harper.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
The book I would recommend because I think the series is great but I did cringe every time the narrator pronounced “Nevaeh” wrong.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Emmy or Dallas. They have both been tied for my favorite character throughout the series.
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
Learn to do a male voice better and learn to pronounce “Nevaeh” correctly.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
All of the books in this series have given me a lot of laughable moments and a lot of sad or emotional moments that made me cry as well.
Any additional comments?
I love Terri Anne Browning’s books.
Oh heck Terri Anne has gone & done it again, she's written another fricking HOT & Tensive book that has the majority of the Demon's Wings Family, but the main couple we hearing about is Shane & Harper which had me not only having the tears rolling down my face but then there were so many times my heart was in my stomach with all the different situations that came about, effecting all of the Men & Wives of Demon's Wings. Also with things happening in Emmie & Nick's life mainly dealings with their daughter Mia.
Also Gabriella has also been targeted by this extreme nasty evil (I'll say) stalker who I'd say to do whatever they can to get even & do a payback of what she feels like she is owed.
It's so good, that I thoroughly recommend it