- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 9 hours and 34 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Cambria Hebert Books, LLC
- Audible.com Release Date: May 11, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072F8CZ8T
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#Bae: Hashtag, Book 8 Audiobook – Unabridged
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>I am an independent reviewer. This is the final book in the hashtag series and ends in an HEA. All of the main characters are back in enough scenes to keep the readers happy. Trent is my favorite character and he shines in this story. The reality of the curse of fame is highlighted as the paparazzi both love and hate Rimmel while feeling they have a right to every aspect of her life. Romeo is probably the most alpha ever in this book, which is so fun to see. He even turns on B in certain situations, proving his absolute devotion to Rimmel.
>The story had a lot of humor, especially some author humor in the middle of the story. So funny! Seeing B and Romeo in the princess bounce house was hysterical. I love all of the animals. They play a part in the story and the characters have to take care of them throughout. The feelings in this book are all over the place. I was choked up more than once due to situations and some of the heartfelt conversations.
>I was afraid to read this story. I expect so much from the author that I didn't want to be disappointed. I shouldn't have worried. The story was exactly as I envisioned. I'd love to see a spin off series on the second generation. This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving the story 5 stars.
What I think I loved most about this book is that it wasn't just an extended epilogue, full of happy, happy, happy. Don't get me wrong, I love those...though usually in novella form, not in novel form. NOPE, Ms. Hebert gave us so much more. It's like how in real life there is no such thing as a Happily Ever After...not really. You find your person, and that part is AMAZING...but you still work EVERY SINGLE DAY to make it the best it can be. You're still faced with challenges, both individually and as a couple. And that's what we get to see in this book, though a bit amplified because of Romeo and Rimmel's celebrity status, and because Ms. Hebert loves to torture her characters along the way.
This book had a lot of heavy. It starts right from the prologue, and we really get a lot of feels and raw emotions. I'll try not to go into too many details to avoid spoilers, but as I already had an idea of the issue Rimmel and Romeo would be facing, I'm not sure if it's a spoiler or not. But if you're adamant about not being spoiled AT ALL, perhaps skip the rest of this review.
OK, still with me? I cannot fathom how prospective parents do it. The loss that they suffer in the prologue is experienced by so many, but not really talked about openly. And as someone who doesn't even desire children, it's a bit out of my realm of experience. But I have friends who have experienced miscarriages, and I thought that Romeo and Rimmel's experience was very raw and real, and touched on a few related topics. I actually did OK emotionally in the prologue, probably b/c I knew it was coming, but Ms. Hebert certainly tried to make me bawl, b/c you see how happy and playful and excited they are. And the rest of the book we get sprinkles of their struggles, mixed in with paparazzi crap, and the usual drama that seems to surround our favourite couple. I broke down for Rimmel, particularly in the scene where she visits Valerie. It's so hard to see our kind-hearted heroine struggling with so many expectations and guilt. But it was Romeo's struggles that truly caught me off guard...because I think we forget about the potential papa's sometimes. I totally bawled for him, and felt every one of his emotions.
If that all has you concerned, don't worry...we do still get a lot of moments of levity sprinkled in. And not only that, but it feels like coming home while reading this book, where you get to hang out with all your favourite characters again. I love the whole freaking family, and seeing Braeden, Ivy, Nova, Trent and Drew again just made my heart happy.
And yes, they do experience their fair share of over the top drama, but if you're a fan of the Hashtag series, you know what to expect. And can I just say that I laughed so hard at the fourth wall break near the end of the book that I actually woke my husband up? That was comedy gold Ms. Hebert. Dark humour at its finest.
So yeah. As a die-hard fan of the series, I wasn't surprised that I loved the book, but I think I was surprised that even after all this time there's still more story to tell. And honestly? It just made me desperately want to reread from the beginning again. Instead I'm on to #Blur! Soon I will be done, and they'll have to wait until I have time for another epic reread.
I don't have a long review for this book, and that is intentional because to fully review it, is to give away so many things. So I'll say this much. This is NOT a standalone novel. Not even remotely. Do not pass go, do not collect $200. :P
#BAE, as with the other novels in this series, is told from an alternative first person point-of-view. You get the whole gang in here, Romeo, Rimmel, Ivy, Braeden, they're all back for one final go. I would say that this book is sort of the epilogue to the epilogue.
I went through so many feels with this book. It wraps up the series perfectly. I have no more questions about what, who, etc in it. I'll admit to bawling my eyes out, too. Who wants to really leave characters they've grown to love? No one! Also, it helps that we got a spinoff series in GearShark, and so we sort of got to visit or hear of the characters in the #Hashtag series at times.
Overall, obviously, a 5 Star book, but not just that, a 5 Star series. If you haven't read it, I'd encourage you to go back and start at #Nerd. You really won't regret it and if you don't fall in lover with these characters, I'd be amazed.
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It showed us the Rimmel and Romeo as more mature and experienced. They suffered loss and had to deal with it.Read more
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