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Luke, who I thought was the hero in this book was not faithful to Eva, the heroine. While up front about it, he had smex with OW when he was not with her while she pined after him and was with no OM. It was painful to read about her mooning over Luke and putting herself in a deep freeze until she saw him when he was on leave. Luke had zero respect for her and it was obvious by her behavior towards him that Eva had zero respect for herself. He treated her like dirt and yet she continued to believe that they were in love with each other and put him on a pestle. Between Luke's bad behavior and Eva's pining it left a bad taste in my mouth and made me like her less. Thankfully Luke was not the hero but rather Thomas was. Unlike Luke, Thomas did not have smex with OW after making love to Eva. He was faithful to her. Thomas had been pining for Eva for quite a while but she was too in love with Luke to notice. Stupid girl.
I loved how romantic Thomas was and how well he treated her. Also I love possessive and jealous alpha heroes and unlike Luke, Thomas was. By contrast Luke didn't really care when he thought that Eva had smex with OM during the 7 years that he was in a sexual relationship with her.
There were romantic and hot time between Eva and Thomas but zero romance and zero chemistry between Eva and Luke. The smex scenes between Eva and Luke were mediocre and very lacking. I was good with that because I disliked Luke and loved Thomas.
The story contained a decent amount of drama. While I was not happy that Eva was no longer with Thomas I was extremely happy that she was not with Luke the jackjerk. I will not read the second book, which is from Luke's point of review. I don't like him. I don't respect him and I definitely do not want him to end up with Eva and I am sure, from reading the summary, that he eventually does. To me it would not be a happy ending for her to have her HEA who treated her so badly for so long.
This book is one that was a long time coming and sometimes you say you are sorry what you wish for but Ava's story needed to be told and MJ Fields once again hits it out of the ballpark.
27 Truths is something that we should all live by in Love and Life.
Ava's story isn't all Hearts and Flowers there are times that it is down right devastating but it also at times shows you that strength and faith and even family are always there when you need it.
Thomas (T) is a man that has from the moment he meets Ava thinks she is his "Goddess" but Ava's eyes and her twisted fate thinks that Luke Lane is the man for her. We see the struggles that Ava will have to go through but your heart wants what it wants and in the end it goes where it belongs.
Luke is an enigma - not allowing anyone to know the real him. Is it a result of his military training or perhaps a result of his war experiences? He takes what he wants on his terms and accepts nothing else. He appears to be a cocky & heartless, but I'm not convinced that he's all bad. Is there something that makes him see things the way he does?
T or Thomas Hardy - Mr. drummer boy - Maddox' best friend. He does not hide his feelings for Ava from the moment they met. She is his goddess in every sense of the word. He worships her and treats her right.
Ava - a strong, smart, sassy, independent woman who's not afraid to speak her mind yet she retains the title of Daddy's princess. The dynamics of her interactions with Luke and T are so different. Luke is intense and raw, while T is sweet - cherishing Ava.
Does she convince herself that what she wants is what she has because she really can't have what she really wants? Or does she grow up and realize that she now wants different things.
Childhood crushes or infatuations are things of fairytales. Can fairytales come true or as young women are we bound to have our fantasies crushed to blow away in the wind?
Then life comes in one fell swoop and blows Ava, Luke and T's worlds upside down. How much devastation can one person or even one family withstand? There's a series of events that will change lives, but we'll have to wait until the next book to see the who's, the where's, the what's and the why's because, right now we're left with more questions than answers.
Everyone has their own belief about love as well as their own truths about love, which may or may not align with their beliefs. As humans if we feel pain and heartache it's only a result of having loved and lost - the amount pain felt can't be quantified, yet if we truly reflect on the fact that the pain hurts so much, then that in and of itself is a testament to the love that existed. So ask yourself this .. is it truly better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all?