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Even though this is the third and final installment of the Monroe Series you can read each as a standalone. Jules is always great about giving you enough back story that you are not completely lost in the story line. However, I strongly suggest you read the first two in this series as well. Wrapped in You and Caught Up in You.
Liam Monroe has been dragged back to Haven by the ghost and wishes of his late sister Chelsea to help his brothers fulfill her dream of opening and running Bella Vous Spa. He only agrees to stay long enough to get the spa up and running and then find a replacement chef so he can continue his dream of running his own restaurant. What he wasn't expecting was for Macy Hayward to question whether his dream of a owning a restaurant is really what he wants for his future.
Macy Hayward has known the Monroe Brothers since they were teenagers and has harbored a crush on Liam for years. She knows even though he is back now that he doesn't plan to stay as he keeps reminding everyone and she is rooted in Haven. Can she make him change his mind and stay with her and his family or is his dream of running his own restaurant too powerful to make him change his mind?
I loved these two characters. They are perfect for one another. Liam and Macy both have issues and struggles they must overcome and the story doesn't disappoint in keeping you right there with them.
I didn't think I could love Liam as much as I loved Braxton and Zach from the previous stories but I do. These brothers are worth the read. I know this series will be added to my re-read stack.
Yet while Liam might start off this book seeing only the image Macy projects to the world, slowly, surely, as things progress he starts to see the real her, and that’s when everything changes. Because these two hurting people can heal each other, but only if they’re both willing to try.
I loved that about Liam, the way he sets about helping Macy, while at the same time I wanted to smack him on the head for constantly holding back. He’s a very mixed up man and surprisingly stubborn beneath all his woes. Once he gets something in his head, it takes a lot to change his mind, which is why he clings onto certain goals long past the point when he should have realized it was neither what he needed or wanted any more.
Luckily for him, Macy is smarter – stronger too. She’s been through an ordeal and dealt with the grief of losing her mother, while still managing to build a life for herself. I liked her competence and her drive, plus the way she doesn’t play games or hide what she feels. She’s the complete opposite of Liam and is exactly what he needs.
However, as good as things are between them, it takes a while to get there and Liam’s back and forth got rather annoying. Also, as this is the last of the series, it does a great job of tying up any last emotional ends and slowly drags Liam back into the fold of the Monroes' sometimes strained family dynamics. While this was great for the overall series, it did take the focus away from Liam and Macy quite a bit, leaving everything snarled up in Liam’s angst yet again.
There were times when I wondered why Macy was still willing to try so hard with Liam, and then there were times when I knew precisely why. When they are together and Liam can forget his troubles, they’re perfect.
So in the end I enjoyed this. It’s a satisfying end to the series, filled with likable characters who I just wanted to be happy. It might not have swept me away quite as much as I’d hoped, but I still liked it and the relief when Liam finally sorted himself out was worth all the angst that went before. In all, a good read. I’ll definitely be looking out for what Jules Bennett writes next.
(ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley.)
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