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- Print Length: 357 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1976974046
- Publication Date: February 5, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0797G9G7R
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,645 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Let’s get started, shall we? Over all this book was another hit for the author. Maci’s story was that of overcoming heartbreak and finding true love but not without some drama and scandals tagging along for the ride. I was happy to see the Windstorm sisters reconnect all over again after years of being apart. Seeing the blended cut of in laws come together was beautiful and heartwarming to say the least. Watching Maci get her life back in order after such a deceitful blow from Jordan was wonderful. From her getting a job as a mental health doctor, getting her own home, and even co parenting with her children’s father despite that homewrecker he was with really showed the strides she was taking to be a better woman. I just hate all the drama she had to go through after already having endured so much, but I couldn’t deny it was very entertaining to read. I didn’t even see the blackmail plot coming but it added such a huge build up to the storyline that kept me on edge. Adding Jordan’s side to the story as to why he and Maci’s relationship ended gave more depth his character. Reading the chapters of him explaining from his view point what went wrong and how he ended up with Trinity made their relationship come across as more realistic. It takes to people two make it and it takes two to break it. What I didn’t like was the fact her let that poor excuse of a woman speak so negatively about his children. That to me was a no no she has to go, but I guess maternal and paternal instincts are different. Sadly enough, Trinity turned out to be his worst nightmare. As for Kade and Maci, I have to be honest I wasn’t really feeling them as a couple. Everything between them felt rushed and there was no true building of a relationship insight outside of sex for much of the beginning. We literally went from one-night stand to boom I’m in love. Maci seemed so disposal to Kade, which was seen as he easily dismissed her anytime it came to him actually having to fight for her attention. He had a real playboy attitude about himself, the I don’t have to work this hard for a girl when I can just go get another one. Not a good look when you are trying to be our leading man. I actually found myself quite disappointed in Maci for the way she chased after Kade almost to the point of embarrassment. She definitely had me like girl you are really doing all of this over a one-night stand and a couple of text messages? That literally was all it was between them for a good percentage of the book. But never the less Kade did come through for Maci in the end when she needed him, and they were able to build from there. In my opinion, I would have loved to see Maci play the field a little bit considering the fact she had been with one man for so long. I think she needed to rediscover herself before jumping back into another relationship again. The drama of this story really saved this book for me.