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Also, my to all-time favorite book boyfriend ever. *sob!*
This book gave me mixed feelings. Ill explain why, but it may contain a few SPOILERS, so be warned...
Lake drove me a little nuts. It seemed like she narrated her feelings one way, then her actions played out something completely different. Her narration said, "I love him and I'll fight to the death to keep him!" But then her actions said, "lie, lie, lie and run EVERY TIME he upsets you!"
I couldn't quite understand why she lied most of the time. It seemed unnecessary to me. It almost felt like forced drama. She kept lying and running, then would say she didn't trust him.
Oh, Lake.... *shaking head*
I know she was meant to look like she grew a backbone, but she just looked bi***y. She also slaps him a few times in anger and at one point, punches his jaw with a right hook. Kieran was the passive one showing all the mercy. Lake was the one flying off the handle all the time., then running away. (At one point, for a month!)
I was kinda hoping to see a united front with them, fighting this stuff together. I think it was needed.
Instead we had them fighting turmoil and conquering situations on their own, which was nice for them, but didn't show any growth or strength for their relationship. Even 11 months after they're married, She thinks he's going to run and keeps a secret. Again, she doesn't trust him. Which was the theme of the book.
These issues were what kept the book from being a 5 star read for me. I needed to feel them solid as a couple, yet in the end, we weren't really given that at all.
But the epilogue was adorable. So thank you Bebe for that!
Overall, the book felt a bit rushed. Especially the end. Lake -again, dramatically- tells Keiran she's pregnant and then BAM! We're taken to nine years later.
I would have LOOOOVED to hear about his crazy, possessive behavior during her pregnancy. Or how he felt during and after the birth of his son. How did her feel after becoming a father? And how were these feelings for Lake?
These were just skipped over entirely. I felt like they were important. Or, at least for me.
So, maybe a short story could cover these?!?
Thank you for giving me these incredibly amazing characters Ms Reid!
Kieran will always own my book heart!
Fearless brings the Broken Love series full circle. Even after four previous books, so many questions remained unanswered. Who was responsibility for Kennedy's kidnapping and why? Who killed Mitch? Who killed John? Not to mention I wanted closure for Keiran and Lake. Dash and Willow are finally getting the happiness they deserve and have a baby on the way and Keenan and Sheldon have Kennedy and might as well be cemented together. There's no doubt Keenan will never leave or put his girls second in his life.
When Breaking Love ended, Lake had just gotten arrested for Mitch's murder and Keiran, being Keiran, reacted in a way that had me wanting to kick him in the family jewels.
This was my woman in trouble. As soon as I got her out of this s*#t I would wring her neck until I had answers.
After all Lake has suffered from you and all the times she has given her love so unconditionally, he's going to turn on her? Really?
How could I admit that sometimes four years of love didn't seem long enough to battle ten years of torment? The thought alone was heartbreaking but to voice it felt like betrayal.
But Keiran typically reacts poorly when someone he loves is threatened. His obsession with Lake pushes him over the edge. She is his to protect and he is not going to react in a good way when he finds out she acted behind his back, regardless of her intentions.
It's how she affected me. She made me want to hurt her and protect her all at once.
But just like every other mystery in this series, there is so much more to Mitch's death than Lake's actions. Most of the story is a web of deceptions and cover ups and lies and some of those are totally unexpected. Lake and Keiran have been keeping things; important things from each other. And we know how they each react to being kept in the dark or lied to-there's going to be lots of drama and angry sex and hurt feelings.
In five years, Lake had taught me how to love but she hadn't taught me how to forgive.
The thing I love most about Ms. Reid's writing is her Agatha Christie like style. You've read a chapter, moved on and then out of the blue, pages and pages later, something happens and you realize that what you took at face value pages ago, was not what really happened. There was something else going on, only you didn't know that at the time. And then when it all gets revealed you end up thinking, "Why the hell didn't I see that?"
Lake's transformation from victim to aggressor has been a long time in the making. From the timid girl bullied in Fear Me to the young woman refusing to be dominated in Fear You to the secretive, protective woman she is in Fearless, the change has taken years and is in a large part due to Keiran. She was forced to stand up for herself or she would forever cower in fear.
I couldn't breathe. I couldn't-"A-are you breaking up with me?"
But it's Keiran who has probably undergone the greatest change of the characters. Motivated strictly by hatred and revenge he is finally at a point where he can (for the most part) think before he lashes out. Even if that thinking is plotting his next move, rather than acting first and then having to deal with the fallout he created by his impetuous actions. Make no mistake, he will kill to protect Lake, but most times he will think first and then react. She is the reason for this and he knows it. He may not be what is best for her, but neither one of them will let the other go. He is her obsession as strongly as she is his.
So while I knew I could never let her go, a part of me feared we would never be the same.
While there are still some lingering questions (as there should be, otherwise where is Q, Diana and Jesse's story going to go?) almost all are resolved and there is closure. And the epilogue...it's all that I wanted and so much more!
This series hooked me - Lots of twist and turns and mysteries. The writing was great and easy to follow. What I loved about the final book was that Lake becomes the Hero, yep, our scared girl comes through for all her boys. Keiran Masters transition was perfectly captured and you still get your bad boy. The gang come together as well as being true to themselves. I think there is still a story for Di and hope the author takes the hint. To wrap up, all the secrets are revealed and life moves forward to give our characters their HEA. Well worth the read, enjoyed the whole series.