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- ASIN : B08JHN16YL
- Publication date : December 10, 2020
- Language: : English
- File size : 4002 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 377 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08QBYGL2K
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #481,358 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Given how impulsive Fletcher was when Jackson initially approached him, it shouldn't have surprised me to see him fly off the handle as soon as one of his own was in danger. Even knowing that, I was still so incredibly angry about how rashly Fletcher acted, putting himself and Jackson right in the position the bad guys wanted them to be in. Maybe it's because I was so invested in the story, but it took me a long time to get over my sheer frustration at how dumb and irrational he was in that moment. The fact that he ran off and got distracted in the most climactic moment of the story only made me want to scream even more. Luckily, Jackson proved to be excellent backup and managed to turn the situation around to his advantage in the end. I'm honestly still processing the magnitude of what was revealed at the end of the story, but just knowing that the good guys eeked out a victory is enough to satisfy my curiosity. Hats off to C F White for a thrilling and unexpected conclusion to this fantastic suspense series!
**I voluntarily read an ARC of this book. This review expresses my honest thoughts and opinions.
I’ve been on the edge of my seat since book one, and the ending of this book was a long time coming! I don’t even know where to start, because I don’t wanna give anything away. The suspense is part of the fun!
By this point, in the series, I am very invested in Jackson and Fletcher’s lives. Everything is connected now, no longer just about Jackson or Fletcher. They are in it together, and so am I.
This story picks up where book two left off. Diego just keeps getting more and more evil, with every book. Along with his henchman, Billy, they are easily the creepiest bad guys I’ve had the displeasure of reading about. Diego isn’t the man in charge though, and this goes further, and deeper, than Jax and Fletcher first thought.
This series is well written, and the character development is just incredible. Even the bad guys were perfectly written. No character was spared having dimension and purpose. I was really impressed with all of it. As each book, minus this last one, where we FINALLY get answers and a HEA for our heroes, ends in a cliffhanger, this series really needs to be read in order. There is no way you can catch up if you skip a book.
I’m kinda sad to see this series come to an end, but I can always start the series over. There are the audiobook versions as well. I’d be remiss not to mention that. Piers Ryman has done a tremendous job with the first two books, and I’m looking forward to adding book three to my audio library.
***Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure. A review wasn’t a requirement. ***
Our guys managed to topple the evil empire in spectacular fashion. They saved the farm and started their new lives together, too. It was pretty suspenseful along the way, too! It was really ramped up a notch from the first two books.
Once I started, I couldn’t stop until I was done. An excellent end to the trilogy.
Their connection went through a real roller coaster and it was pure pleasure to be along for the ride.
This is another CF White's series that I enjoyed so much and it's now a no brainer to one - click any new books from this author!
*I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book*
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1) Why was it set 20 years ago? The only reason I can really think of was that being gay & publicly out was less well-viewed/known then? That said, this does not seem to have been enough of a reason for this setting and, whilst I realise am a bit of a pedant, get the technology right! For example, in Book1 the author refers to Fletcher working on his laptop on the tube. In 1999. Impossible; Also - references to tapping a mobile - you didn't, you had buttons. To press! Plus, the first internet cafe opened in London in 2004 and not 1999. Again - a bit of research would have solved these errors & not irritated pedants, like me! And they were not the only ones, but the ones I made note of in irritation!
2) Portrayal of women - all of them, perhaps Fletcher's mother aside were portrayed as weak, money-grabbing & beauty obsessed/fatuous. As a female, I object to this portrayal of my gender and see it as internalised misogyny. Why would you write them this way? Jackson's mother was especially portrayed in this manner. It... irritates.
3) The ending of book 3 - needed a far better ending, with perhaps an epilogue, extra chapter of them further down the line. If you've spent three books following 2 MCs lives, it's rather disheartening to have to end up with a 'grand'.
All of the above probably make it sound as if the book/books were not enjoyable. They were, but they irritated a wee bit and too much for me to give them anything more than a 3.5 star rating. This author's books are normally ones I hoover up, she writes well and interesting tales, but this had something missing. A shame, could have been better.