- File Size: 4129 KB
- Print Length: 230 pages
- Publisher: Gloss Publishing LLC (May 4, 2018)
- Publication Date: May 4, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07CVZXSLZ
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,243 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I didn’t know which way Cassia was going to go with this book. All I did know was I wanted all the characters to find peace and move forward, and I got what I wanted.
In Bloom, we see all the characters grow separately, which is really what they needed. Laurel joins a support group and Jack starts therapy on his own. Isaac finds out something disappointing about his PTSD program, but he seems determined not to let it get him down. Basically, they’re all growing up and finally facing their demons.
There are a lot of answers in this book, more suspense, and a lot of love. The ending of this book brings us full circle and drives home the meaning behind the titles of each book, especially the last line.
I loved Bloom. Get those tissues ready, because you are going to need them.
In Bloom, I really noticed the characters growth emotionally, especially Laurel. There was a light bulb moment in Bloom where Laurel acknowledged what she had been going through and what she needed to do to move forward. It was a big moment, and it was then I felt that Laurel could make it. It’s hard to say too much about what happens in Bloom, and to each of the characters, without giving too much away. Just read it, and if you haven’t read any of the series, start at the beginning with Dirt and be drawn in just like I was. Amazing characters, a storyline that you will become engrossed in and a conclusion that will make your heart bloom!
Can Laurel and Jack due any further damage to their marriage? Two stubborn people building up walls to protect themselves and one drunken night Laurel does the unthinkable....cheated on Jack with Issac (ending to book 2).
Laurel realizes that she and Issac have slept together and before she can become sober enough to get all of the facts together Jack (after an extended absence is Boise) comes in to bring the love of his life home. Wanting to be with her husband and wash away her deceit Laurel sleeps with Jack (unprotected).
Returning to their home in Hood River Laurel does not know what to do and she is scared that her actions could lead to pregnancy. How would she explain this to her husband, to Issac.
When the results are in Laurel must tell Jack what she has done and deal with the consequences. Is this the betrayal that will end their relationship or can they survive and raise a child together, no matter who the father is.
But what is simply wonderful about this book is that the author doesn't make us suffer too much. Instead we are treated to some small bits of happiness in spite of the doom and gloom that seems to be at every turn. There is a ton of self-awareness and insightful realizations as everyone involved in this journey finally finds that small glimmer of hope that could make things right for once. I was encouraged by the methods described in this book and the thoughtful research the author did in order to properly give Jack and Laurel the help they desperately needed.
This series had plenty of ups and downs but I will just say that as the last pages were read, I was sincerely pleased at how lives could be turned around when the time was right. Jack, Laurel and Isaac deserved some respite from the demons that lived within their souls for far too long. They all suffered and my hope is that from all the bad they encountered, good will never be far away.
You must start at the beginning with Dirt and follow the lives of 3 people who deserve much more in life than they were initially given. A true story of hope, forgiveness and redemption, I gladly give Bloom a solid 5 stars!