- File Size: 600 KB
- Print Length: 215 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1986763862
- Publisher: Max Monroe LLC (May 20, 2018)
- Publication Date: May 20, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07BN3X5WD
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,337 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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What a wild ride of emotions this book took me on. Definitely a lot more ups than downs, but my goodness! There were happy tears and there were sad tears. It really was the perfect conclusion to what has been such a truly captivating series. As Ivy dealt with the loss of her sister, Levi was her rock. Even when life threw an unexpected curveball his way, he stood strong for Ivy, giving her his strength, showing her that no matter what came at them they would weather through it together. And together, they did. From enemies to lovers, to becoming a strong and loving couple, Levi and Ivy endured so much to get to a happy place. While nothing will ever be the same for either of them, I loved seeing them lean on each other and share the burdens of grief. And as life moved on and they learned to deal with their new normal, I couldn’t have been more happy.
Levi Fox has firmly cemented himself as book boyfriend material. He made a good play for it in Stone and Cold, but after finishing the heart-wrenching and life-affirming Fox, I can safely say there’s no doubt about it, he is true bbf material.
Throughout the first two books, Ivy and Levi had all of this tension and anger as they were working through his past, and their past together. During that whole time, Ivy was this strong, confident, generally rational woman who I really respected and liked. In this book, she kind of went off the deep end. I can understand, after the events of Cold, why she is having a hard time moving on back to her normal life, but the things that she is asking for throughout this entire book are unreasonable. Also, her treatment of Levi is downright abusive, particularly at the beginning, and she turns around and blames her grief for her poor treatment of the world. It did not seem to be in character for her at all, considering who she has been up until this point.
Similarly, Levi has been this taciturn wounded hero throughout the first two books who hadn't dealt with his own past. This book, despite being titled Fox, had practically nothing to with Levi at all. He was constantly just giving in to whatever Ivy wanted, just to keep her happy or because she needed the coddling, while at the same time forcing her to recover faster in an effort to maintain their relationship. It just did not feel or read like the Levi who existed in the first two books.
Also, the entire book was not as cohesive as the last two were. Somewhere in the middle, other factors, such as the screenwriter, and dealing with the unexpected surprises that came with and after that, some good and some not so good, were seemingly unrelated to the rest of the story. I was okay with it because it moved away from Ivy being unreasonable and just mean, but as far as the story goes, it ended up feeling like three separate pieces as a result. This also left me with a lot of questions relatively unanswered, and more which were technically answered but had no substantial follow-up or explanation.
Despite all of those complaints, I did really enjoy this book. It was satisfying to see Levi and Ivy end up happy together. By the end of the book, particularly like the last chapter or two, they both had become the people that I am used to them being and were settled into their happy bliss together. Also, while I had some issues with the structure of the book, the writing itself was amazingly well done, as I have come to expect from Max Monroe. They did a terrific job overall of wrapping up this trilogy. It was more heartbreaking than most of their books, making it all the more impactful upon reading it. I look forward to more from them!
Over the course of three books, Ivy and Levi have had to face so many issues, not the least of which was Levi's prickly personality. There is no quick fix but the bad things that happen and how they are dealt with lead to the good times that have resolution and redemption in mind.
Fox is the concluding book in a trilogy. You need to read Stone and Cold in order to know what is happening. All three truly are must reads! These books are a departure from Max Monroe's romantic comedy books but don't overlook them. You'd be missing out on something special.
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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