London Loves: Love's Great Adventure Series Book 3: Love's Great Adventure Series Book 3 Kindle Edition
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We have travelled through the years with Sebastian and Tess, we have seen what “Bash” was like in book one and how they met, we have been with them as they struggled to find their happiness in book two and now her in book three we get to see them together, married with a child and back in London as Tess takes up a new job.
England holds too many painful memories for Sebastian, it is not somewhere that he has actively thought about ever returning to, but for his wife he would travel to the ends of the earth and to that avail – he is homeward bound with his family in tow.
Being on home turf means that his former life and his family are back in his life, not something that he relishes – well not his mother anyway but with a little assistance from his eldest brother – Maxwell, he decides to do something about a loose end that he has had playing on his mind – he sets about tracking down his father.
I suppose being a parent himself has left issues that require resolution, his father left them following the divorce and as difficult as his mother can be, Sebastian now a father himself is keen to at least try to establish some sort of connection – no matter how slight.
Things are as always tinged with sadness and some events are tougher to take than others but just as Sebastian is in London for Tess, she is right beside him through every hiccup and every tear.
When duty calls and Sebastian takes up a mantel that is unexpected he has finally come full circle and can show those around him, including his mother that he is the man she never thought he would be but that he knew he always could be.
This a fabulous trilogy, exquisitely written and gloriously personal. It doesn’t follow trends, it plays out much as life would and flows with the hearts of the characters.
Jumped immediately to this book after reading book 2. You will get addicted. I swear.
You think that's it for Bas & Tess? No, there's more and in this book we see a Sebastian Irons being a man that he deserves to be and taking more responsibility that he didn't even expect to really happen and the new life he and Tess is going to have is so much fun to read. It's reading a Royal story but more humbling and realistic. I looooove it!
I just love reading a story wherein a couple is going through life changes in a more realistic way and not so much going on with cheating and the like. It's very inspiring and you get that feeling the story is something that a real couple is experiencing. Yes, this is fiction but the story is real-life experiences kind of fiction. I love how it was written and how Theresa Troutman showed another side of Sebastian and Tess. I love that fans of this series will want to want more and more. Coz honestly, I do. I want more Bas & Tess. ;)
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The third and last book in the Love’s Great Adventure series. Sebastian and Tess face new challenges as they move to England with her little daughter. He has grown up as a fine man, sweet and caring, hard-worker and very protective of his family and the people he loves. In England, Sebastian gets to know his eldest brother Max and his sister Courtney. He finds out his brother is a good man. Besides Sebastian and Tess, one of the most important characters in this book is little Mattie. She is sweet and clever and she is totally resolved to find a boyfriend for her aunt Penny.
Sweet, funny, sad, a great story to enjoy. Definitely, Theresa Troutman is doing a great job.
I would absolutely recommend this series to my fellow romance readers. You won't regret it!
Fantastic ending. Sad to see this series end.
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aww poor bas he is such a sweetheart and carries the weight of the world on his shoulders, lady irons is a bitch I didn't...Read more