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Drew stole my heart. He was so gentle and sweet, even though he is a dominant alpha. His love for Hanna could be felt as if it was a living, breathing entity. We all wish for a love like that.
Hanna has been through more than her share of tragedy. Even though I hated how she rejected Drew, I completely understood why she was doing it. Will she ever be able to heal her past so she can have the future she deserves? You'll have to read it to find out!
Michelle Windsor has definitely become an automatic one click for me. Her books are flawlessly written and you can feel the emotions jumping off of the pages. I can't wait to see what she has in store for us next!
I liked the way Drew refused to give up on Hannah. He knew she felt the connection just as much as he did because she hadn't been able to hide it. He did act 'over the top' but I felt for him anyway.
The way Michelle Windsor explored PTSD, depression, etc concerning our wounded warriors was wonderful. She didn't go into great detail because it wouldn't have fit with the story. What she did bring out was touching and respectful.
Once again, Hannah jumped to the wrong conclusions. I could empathize with her in the climactic scene. Many people cope with traumatic experiences by blaming others. Especially in a situation like the one she was dealing with.
I hope Michelle writes more stories with these characters. I would love to see Ben and Danny find the loves of their life.
I strongly urge you to read Winning Bid and Final Bid. They are both excellent.
After reading The Winning Bid I could not wait for The Final Bid to be released as the first book left me wanting more of Drew and Hannah.Michelle Windsor is such an amazing and talented writer, she has the ability to capture your mind, heart and emotions and takes them on the journey along with the characters in her story. You can't put her books down because you become so invested you have to keep reading. Drew stole my heart with the way he he fought for what he wanted. He went from Dom in book one to loving and vulnerable in this book all in the name of love. I love this book so much and while I am not a HEA kinda gal, Ms. Windsor had me rooting for Drew and Hannah. When an unexpected twist is revealed I found myself wanting, hoping and needing them to find their HEA. The Final Bid- an AMAZING book.
I loved seeing how Drew's character changes from a guarded man into an open loving one. Hannah's character had just as many walls to break down. Drew fights hard for what he knows he wants now and won't give up on having it with Hannah. Hannah finds out some truths about what really happened with her husband and finally can move on with her life.
The way Michelle wrote about the issues surrounding our veterans and their families was just perfect. She gives enough information for us to understand what Hannah went through after the death of her husband in war, and how Danny and Ben dealt with that death and their returning from service.
You won't be disappointed with this book but you have to read The Winning Bid first.
Michelle really allows us to see Drew for who he really is. Although, we were allowed a glimpse at his tortured soul in The Winning Bid it was nothing compared to the man we see in The Final Bid. It is clear that Drew is heartbroken and betrayed but he also a kind and strong man who just wants to be accepted for who he try is. He is looking for that one person who break down his walls and see his heart... he wants to be loved and love in return. The way he is with other characters only exemplified who he really is outside of Baton Timide.
The person Drew is inside of Baton Timide, just like Scarlett is an act, armor for protection against the hurts of the world. The persona of Scarlet was her armor, her act, her means to an end for Hannah. What she didn’t realize was that Scarlett would allow her to truly find herself and her future. Hannah’s heartbreak and struggles, although temporarily close her off, allow her to group into a strong and independent woman.
Drew and Hannah’s souls are healed when they find each other, it just take their heart and minds a little longer to catch up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was sobbing through Hannah's story. I was stunned into shock for Drew.Read more
Michelle Windsor out did herself in The Final Bid. Excellent book!Read more