- Series: The Beaumont Series: Next Generation (Book 3)
- Paperback: 348 pages
- Publisher: Heidi McLaughlin (October 7, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1732000077
- ISBN-13: 978-1732000070
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.9 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 64 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,485 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I loved it!! The story was great I loved getting to know the characters. I got to see who the grown up Quinn is and met the lovely Eleanora/Nola.
A whirlwind romance that made me smile but the whole time I was worried, her secrets where a ticking time bomb!!
I didn't expect his heartbreaking past would come back and cause a heartbreak in his current life. I wanted to cry, it was all messed up and he just didn't understand. Man this author LOVES to keep you hanging on til the last minute. You think there isn't enough book left then BAM she gives you a twist and it makes your heart smile.
My absolute favorite part of this book was Quinn's relationship with his mom (not his egg donor) His loving, caring amazing mom. It warmed my heart!
I loved seeing the whole gang together in all of the kids books. Now I am sad though, is this the last we will see of The Beaumont crew. Maybe just maybe young Betty Paige will get a book and we will see more of them.
Yes I have always loved Harrison and Quinn. There's just something special about the 2 of them. that really got me. I get being shy and try hiding in the shadows. But when your surrounded by famous people, it's impossible. The Bean song was suppose to be Quinn's escape. He loved simply being himself there. He wasn't Harrison James' Son or Noah Westbury's bestfriend.
Enter Eleanora AKA Nola. The Bean Song was the same for her, but for other reason's. And I loved that as well. With out giving a spoiler I will say chapter 33 gutted me and is my favorite part of the book As a mom to an adopted son Kaitlyn and Quinn bonding really is the best, they have always had a special bond between them. Quinn said it perfectly when he said your egg donor is not your Mother. Your mother is the one who is there for everything, The good, the bad and the ugly
I have enjoyed the whole Beaumont world, but I find these next gen stories a bit rushed and lacking something.
In this book, I found it started really slowly and the two characters had so little overlap that it just didn’t make sense to me.
I also felt that the end was cut short, like way short. It was almost as if she ran out of time and had to finish where she was.
Still, I like Quinn. I liked Nola. I still don’t really like Elle.
All in all, this series is a little strange for me. I can tell there will be any number of spin offs but I’m unsure whether I’ll continue.
This book opens with Quinn longing for what his family has. He is lonely and he wants love but doesn't do relationships. He is aloof and keeps to himself with his head down and is shy and quiet. He loves his music. Playing and writing, but, it is for him and him alone. He simply doesn't want it to put there no matter how much Elle tries to talk him into it. He likes playing the little bars. It makes him happy.
Eleanora is graduating from college and wants to live her life. Her friends come up with a plan and she travels to California. She has to leave by certain standards and do what is expected of her. SHe is sweet and genuinely a good girl. I loved reading about her.
These two have chemistry it's fast but real. She has been keeping something a secret and when it comes to light all hell breaks loose. The Quinn’s past comes back as well. Not pretty. These two are good together. The people are great and stick by your side no matter what. I loved the new people as well. The bond between Harrison and Quinn makes your heart melt. I love when Quinn talks about the way his dad looks at his mom. Their bond is unbreakable. Elle and Peyton have his back. That's what I love even though you get a new book and new people you still get the others.
With all that, my favorite scene has to be the hotel Harrison and Quinn. Then maybe after that the plantation. Oh, to be there would have been so great. I think the book kind of just ends and they needed a little bit more time to grow and develop. Other than that it was good and entertaining. I look forward to more from this author.