- File Size: 2579 KB
- Print Length: 360 pages
- Publisher: Tracey Jerald (April 7, 2019)
- Publication Date: April 7, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07QJ2NLCZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,979 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The thing is, Emily is somewhat broken too and while I’d like to say this book is her chance to get her HEA, it’s not an easy path to get there. There’s so many secrets and pain that this beautiful woman has to endure some of it we see in flashbacks and some is within in this book. I was almost broken by what takes place!!
Jacob is a man that has a past that has changed how he looks at life and what actions he takes and when he meets Emily well, he begins to feel things he hasn’t in a while…but it’s not smooth sail for these two. There were moments that I just couldn’t understand why Ms. Jerald would put them in certain situations. But, this amazing author sees the bigger picture of where Em and Jacob would end up…and thankfully I hung in there to the very end!!
I’m not going to say much more, because I just can’t. I’m still somewhat torn apart by this book and series and I keep thinking about it and all the Freeman’s. This family that is so complicated, complex, and endured so much, has buried itself in my heart and isn’t letting go anytime soon and this is completely due to the amazingness of Ms. Jerald and her ability to weave a story that draws in the reader, takes us on a wild, sometimes painful ride and when it’s all said and done we too want to be part of this family that stands up for and protects those that they love!
I’ve been a fan of the series since book 1 and they just keep getting better. There’s so much emotion and I found Emily’s story particularly touching; as typical for this series, I was switching from laughter to tears and back again often during the course of the story.
One of the reasons this series has quickly become a favorite is not just the great characters (which the series has in abundance), or the expert way the author makes me both laugh and cry (sometimes at the same time), but at the sense of family and love I get from the Freeman siblings, this group of people who came together to form their own family when life tried to kick them in the teeth. I love the secondary characters here as much as the primaries, even the ones I love to hate (I’m looking at you, Bryan!); they just add so much to the story. In fact, there’s more than one non-Freeman secondary character I’d love to get more background on; in particular, one very minor character (Dr. Corey Whitacre) was so well sketched I found myself immediately hoping we’ll get a short story or novella for her some day—pretty please?
While in many ways, this is my favorite story in the series so far, there was a rather pivotal section that felt jarring to me and made me hate Jake for a bit. I’m sure that was the author’s intent and she certainly gets points for evoking the emotion, but I REALLY don’t like hating main characters—wanting to wap them across the back of their head to knock some sense into them I’m perfectly okay with, *grins*—but Jake’s reaction was so extreme and felt so entirely out of the blue for me, I even went back to see if I accidentally skipped a couple of pages. Maybe a little more setup in Jake’s headspace first would have made a difference, but I had trouble forgiving him completely. I loved Emily so much though, I was willing to forgive Jake for her sake, if that makes any sense. While it wasn’t enough to make me not love the story, it did bug me, and yeah, I guess you could say I was deeply engaged with the characters, lol.
Another wonderful, highly engaging story about family, healing and love. 5+ stars
Emily And Jake both carry the scars of their pasts. In order for them to act on the attraction for one another, they need to face some truths. Sometimes you need to hit rock bottom in order to reshape your life.
This story was heartbreaking beautiful. The emotions from highs to lows but underlying with love had me captivated and invested in finding out how the story ends.
Everyone is deserving of love.