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With that being said, this book was so bittersweet. I, like everyone who is a fan of this series, wanted to read the end, but didn't want to say goodbye. This will be a long review. You've been warned.
Book 7 literally picks up where book 6 left off and we got the answer (but not really).
Sam's character has grown from when we first was introduced to her at the gas station. She had nothing and was dead inside. As we get to read more about her, we learned that her character was sensitive. Yes she was strong, but she was a broken girl looking for love and acceptance. Of course we know what happened when Mason and Logan entered the pictured. She found love and fought to never let Mason and Logan go. When book 4 came out, I realized that Sam depended too much on Mason and Logan. This was no fault of her own. She never had unconditional love and when she finally found in the Mason and Logan she fought to keep it. I always thought that was Sam's biggest flaw - her dependence on them. Many people throughout the series as mentioned it one way or the other. I always wondered when and if Sam would ever realized that....... and she did in this book. She finally realized that her dependence on Mason and Logan made her forget who she was. With that Sam went to find herself. Sam not knowing who she was was the root of her problem. This made her character at times annoying, but I was so glad that she realized that and started to live for herself too. I loved Logan even more for giving her tough love. I loved Mason even more for realizing he should have pushed her more. Sam in this book kicked butt! Not only with her demons, but with new threats. She stood up for herself and was not the scared girl from book 2. I loved Sam so much in this book and gained so much more respect for her. She was honest with Mason throughout. She had her moments and told Mason straight-up that she had no idea why she is being a certain way. I applaud her for finally being honest, but fighting for her. I must say that I always saw her running as a prelude to the Olympics!!!!
Mason. What can I say about this person who has always been self aware of who he is. From book 1, Mason was a person you can never bend, nor was he someone you could messed with and expect to walk away freely. He was cold, but Sam thawed him. Even towards the end of this book Mason did not realized how much he has changed until Nate told him. (BTW that scene with Nate and him broke my heart). Mason was never one to shed a tear, but in this book we do see that (for good reason) and we do see him mature in his attitude and actions. Lets face it, Mason used his fist too much. His hands were seriously tied in this book. He had to keep a low profile and I think this is what he needed besides the Sam situation towards the end. Mason was a punk teenager (his words not mine) that grew into a man, while still staying true to himself. Mason will forever be my #1 book boyfriend because he always thought with his heart and loved his family fiercely. He also showed that he can be funny and he was. Logan is rubbing off on him. It gave me so happiness that he got to live his dream!!! He worked to hard to let people take that away from him. Man I will miss this dude!
Logan. I am so grateful that he was more active in this book. Logan will forever be the funniest character that I've had the pleasure of reading about. He really was a great brother to Mason and Sam. In this book, we see Logan give tough love for Sam. He really did play a part in helping Sam realize what she was doing to herself. I think what really broke my heart was towards the end. His dedication to Mason and Sam was so evident. He was breaking and you can truly see him trying to fix it. I will love to read a novella about him and where he ended up after law school.
This book was all about finding oneself and loving oneself. This was about growth and making difficult decisions. We see Sam and Mason come to a realization about their relationship. We seem them talk it out and try to do better. We see them break up (they broke up for a few days. I get why, but I did not like it). We see them come together stronger. There is no Sam and Mason without Sam and Mason. My heart broke for them, but I loved them even more. They were high school lovers who had to battle each year. I can see the exhaustion of that taking affect on their relationship, but again, Mason and Sam are it for each other and no one would ever take that way from them.
What I loved the most about this book is the closure of certain relationships. I loved how their parents were there to see the proposal and the wedding. Do I think James, Analise, and Helen would ever be fully there for them? No, but they can have a relationship where nothing is owed and no favors would have to be asked. I loved how Taylor became a great friend to Sam. Their relationship was cute and it was their own. I loved how Nate and Matteo would always be down to help their family in need. The situation with Adam was finally closed. This fool truly is toxic and whatever happens to him and his father is well-deserved.
What I loved the most about this series was the love between a broken girl and 2 brothers who became her protectors. That was always the theme. I will admit that I'm not a crier when it comes to books. The only series where I actually cried was Harry Potter and now I can add this series. I felt like I was saying goodbye to family. The ending with Sam, Mason, and Logan really got to me. I literally started to cry. It started with them 3 and ended with them 3 in an epic hug and Mason and Logan realizing that things will be different from that day forward. I think what really got me, was how they embraced each other and Mason telling Logan how much he loves him. Their brotherly love is just epic on its own. It will forever be Mason and Sam side by side and Logan behind. For some reason that really got me crying. I realized that theses are no longer children, but adults and as I write the sentence I'm tearing up. Ugh ugly cries!!
Epilogue, I am an epilogue girl. This epilogue was perfect that it brought more tears to my eyes. I loved that even though it was short, it was done beautifully. I loved the name of their daughter. I mean how stinking cute was that. I loved that Sam was living her dream. Not going to lie, I still want Mason's POV for the first 2 books and a novella of them. What can I say, I'm greedy like that. I don't want this book to end.
MAJOR NEWS - we finally get to know what Mason said in book 1 when he kissed her forehead in his bedroom. I literally laughed and thought, only Mason.
Tijan, thank you for being you and for writing one of the best series ever. I applaud you for creating characters that would be hard to emulate and bring to life. You created characters that all had flaws, but were so lovable at the same time. You created a love story that puts all other love stories in the crapper. You created a beautiful world that I don't want to leave. You showed growth with these characters. Thank you thank you thank you. I literally can't thank you enough. I don't think I will ever love a series how I love this one. This series will always have a special spot and will be read over a million times. Ugh I don't want to say goodbye
Oh my gosh. Im not sure what to say. My emotions are high and everywhere, and since chapter 43 tears have been falling down my smiling face. I'm sad, but happy.
Fallen Crest Forever was EPIC. I laughed, I cried, I went OMG, I did it all. I can't believe this is the end. This series is amazing, and this book was even more amazing. Tijan has gone and created one heck of a book, and I have no words to explain how I feel.
Even though this series is over, Sam, Mason, Logan, Taylor, Nate, Heather, all of the characters even down to Becky and Adam will forever be some of my favorites.
I'm crying because the series is over, but also because of the way it ended. Every moment of this book was amazing.
This review can never do this book justice. You will just have to read it yourself.
Spoilers ahead if you have not read yet:
The ending seemed rushed. They should have married sooner in the book the their adult lives after were explored more.
What are Logan and Taylor doing?
What is Nate doing?
What happened to Adam? Is he in jail or a mental hospital? Or working?
Where was Mark he was barely mentioned in the book.
Logan wasn't at the Olympics with them I find that shocking? What does Sam do for a living? Is Mason still playing football?
What are their relationships with the parents?
Mason's point of view on the wedding and pregnancy. Logan's reaction to them naming the baby Logan. Sam reaction to be pregnant.
Just so many little things. They could have cut out all that Faith stuff it wasn't needed and they could have cut out ALOT of the Adam drama it has been done over and over with him and their break up kinda split up whatever you want to call it was not needed either. They are adults now that is not how they should have handled the Adam drama. They could have cut alot of that and got married sooner in the book and then left more time for their future.