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I have been looking forward to reading Camden story. We got a bit of background about what happened to Camden as a kid and how he set his sights on the job he wants and he will do anything to stay and follow that path. He is very intense and seems very cold and calculated and to be honest a bit creepy, but on the inside there is also a little boy that has been hurt and wants to be loved.
The fact that he loves boats fits really well in this story, because every boat needs a safe harbor.
Camden is the youngest and had it a little harder in life. But, when he set his eyes on the prize, he will succeed in everything he set out for. Camden is a fighter, he's a Pearson. That means he will not let his past be an issue. Camden Pearson, is the future.
Having gotten glimpses into Camden through the other "Sons" and "Father" books I could feel the build up of something special - a tingling, a prickling along my skin that this youngest child of Eric "F$#$%NG" Pearson - now fully grown, was going to enthrall and entice me with his father's dark good looks and cunning charm. What I didn't know however, is that the young boy that lived inside of him - still haunted by pain and memories committed by monsters born of infinite darkness, would also at times - wreck me.
Camden, the last (insert ugly cry here) of the Four Sons series books, was for me at times a naughty pleasure ride and at others, an exercise (in futility) of controlling unshed tears. Camden is both boy and man with an agenda of ruin, rule and revenge. His "tool" to achieve these ends is the daughter of the architect of his greatest pain, Poppy Beckett. Poppy, Tampa's "golden girl", his former babysitter and boyhood crush, will be the conduit to initiate contact with those that Camden needs to destroy. He will use her in any way possible to achieve this end. What Camden doesn't count on however is falling for the golden beauty. Sometimes the best laid plans will lay you bare...
Reading Camden I found myself:
1. Beguiled - "Are you trying to seduce me Mrs. Karen..." "Why yes Camden, I believe I am - but please by all means - you first..." This is the start to my imagined conversation with the gorgeous, seductive Camden as I watch that wicked wanton, smile begin to form on his lush lips. A woman of "a certain age" can't help but feel a bit naughty for lusting after such a young - yet legal- but not able to buy alcohol- hottie such as Camden. The attraction is not only from his physical beauty. Camden is charming, confident and cunning. You can see the wheels spinning in that beautiful mind and you know whatever machinations that will come of it, whatever web that he spins from it and whatever rabbit hole that his trail of sweet bread crumbs leads you to - you will happily go down it. Down, down, down...
2. Proud - Camden not only survived the death of his two arguably terrible parents (not really arguable but let's just say it is) with the help of his older brothers but thrived to become a smart, confident and driven young man ready to take over the world. You want to be there 25 years into the future when he takes his rightful place at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. You just know he will.
3. Emotional - The pain that Camden endures as a child is gut wrenching. It is the stuff of nightmares and horrors. My maternal instincts kicked in and I wanted to reach into the pages and hold the little boy who suffered so and make all of the pain go away. I wanted to give him the voice and agency that was taken from him. I wanted to fight and maim and ground into the dust like any fierce mama bear, all those that brought tears to his beautiful eyes. I wanted retribution - "Lady Vindicta" for the little boy who could not lock and chase away the monsters in the dark and light.
4. Shock (Sympathy for the Devil) - I was taken aback by Eric F$%#@kng Pearson's rare display of paternal love and fierce protectiveness for his youngest son. There is a scene between Eric and the young Camden that almost gutted me... almost. It reminded me that even the devil was once an angel and even he loved his spawn. Eric Pearson almost had me calling him (albeit with great reluctance) "Daddy". Thanks daddy "d-bag" just when I was loving the idea of hate f$%#ng you, you had to whip out the "humanity" card - whatever!
5. Thrilled/happy/sad - This book was so fun to read even when it made me choke up on the verge of tears. I ran the gamut of emotions and physical responses from lasciviousness, anger, laughter, pride and ultimately sadness. Sadness -knowing this fun roller coaster ride of a series from The Four Fathers to Four Sons was coming to an end. I enjoyed with the hedonistic pleasure of the decadently depraved, all of the lechery, debauchery, love, violence and mindf$$kery that these books fed me. Cheers to the brilliant collaboration of the Four Writers - JD Hollyfield, Dani Renee, K Webster and Ker Dukey for feeding us such "violent delights."
Camden , is the golden Pearson brother and his story is the most heartbreaking and emotionally charged of the series as it deals with a taboo subject as child abused . The way, this author handle that plotline is perfect and the resolution is both gratifying and uplifting. Nevertheless, this is a wonderful love story that hits all my boxes as it is romantic, hot sexy scenes, fun. Also, and I see fitting that we again see Eric Pearson , in a different light , through the eyes and memories of his youngest child and all comes full circle in the most enjoyable way.
Camden the story is Addictive. Well-conceived. Provoking. Unconventional .
Camden the hero of the book is the eye of a hurricane... Calm, masterful, adept, polished, clever ; Poppy the heroine is his perfect counterpart, in every way possible. We also get to see all the Pearson brothers, Trevor , their lives and loved ones. This book left me content and delighted in knowing the future of all of them.
I won't lie , it is hard saying goodbye and letting go of these characters. Our journey together has been an unpredictable, thrilling and fun journey of 8 unforgettable books in total. I will miss them all. For you to understand and enjoy this book , you must read first the Four Father's Series and then the Four Sons Series.
Don't walk , run and get this book ! You are going to love it!!
I received an ARC of this book for my honest review.