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3: St. Clair (Volume 3) Paperback – September 25, 2012
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Skylar and Rafael are the strongest thing in this book. They have been such a strong couple and I love that fact. It would be sad to think of them not together. In St. Clair their relationships develops and becomes more mature. It was not detailed, more fade into black. But you knew what happened. I liked how Rose Christo wrote the development. Every book the relationships advances that little bit more.
Skylar's dad featured a lot in this one too. He had to make a sacrifice to ensure everyone had a home at the end of the day. In a way this was the most political book in the series. It was heavy on the legal stuff as well as the more emotional things in the series. I enjoyed the read and found myself engrossed in it. Even some things I would not normally find interesting in a book, in this I found all fitted well and made me want more.
I never thought this series could shock me. But this book did. Skylar's health issues were not expected in my plan for the series. I knew there were 4 books when I started and that this was supposed to be the last one, but when he was diagnosed with The big C, I was shocked beyond belief. All I could think about was cuddling Skylar and Rafael and never letting them go again. There was also an incredibly cute scene!
I would say through the ups and downs in the book I was able to see the light at the end of the tunnel. A lot of amazing things happened and a lot of sad things happened. But at the end of the day the book developed and the characters grew. I wanted more and more of these boys, I love them so much.
Highly recommend this series.
This series is really a amazing read, the writing is fabulous, Rose Christo is an amazing story teller, and advocate. She really sheds light on the many issues plaguing her people, and after learning about these (more then horrifying) issues, I was very eager to go off and read more, and sign the petitions she offered.
Highly recommend this series, and anything by Rose Christo! And $2.99 for over 5,000 locations is awesome!
Will Skylar rise above a trapped helplessness and find an inner fortitude and strength to protect those whom he loves? Can he develop a `voice' to speak out against the many injustices faced by himself and his people? Can Skylar overcome shame and fear to find safety and refuge in the arms of the man he loves? This book concludes with a mystical dreamlike sequence which may puzzle some readers - yet I found there themes of courage and hope - both for Skylar and his people.
All 3 books in the series moved me to tears emotionally but there were also occasions where I burst out laughing. As someone unexposed to any version of the history of US white-native interactions, I was shocked by some events, I was outraged by the treatment meted out to a marginalised people, I was also deeply inspired by the resilience and hope of these same people.
The Rose Christo trilogy books are not to be missed.