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It was not hard reading by any means, but it was also not an elementary level book. Be prepared for some love scenes. But honestly, sometimes they do add to the storyline, right?
I hope to either purchase more in this series (if there is one) or get the author motivated to write more! Not that this was left with just a cliffhanger or anything, I have just loved how the storyline was developed, and would love to know where this could head into the future. Knowing how the characters have developed, interacted, and have grown leaves me with a lot of hope for more. I always love series/ books where there is a spin- off into a similar setting, but with acquaintances that the characters had, or will have.
Overall, this is a great value and I would highly recommend it. It is a great value for the price, and it simply cannot be beat! I will be purchasing more from this author in the future, and look forward to new releases.
When she contacts her old friend Alyssa, she finds out she's getting married on an Alaskan cruise. After the devestating letdown from Marcus, she decides to go. While she's there, she meets a man named Cameron. Cameron is sweet, kind, and likes Lily. Lily has a mutual liking for him too. However, there's something not quite there. Will Lily ever find her happily ever after?
I enjoyed reading this story very much. Lily kept going back and forth in her mind about which man she felt will be a perfect fit in her life. She had a lot of obstacles come her way, but with her new found strength and the help of one person, she was able to make it through. Marcus was amazing and very special. He was always there helping Lily, even if there relationship was destined to be platonic. The rest of the supporting characters were perfect for the story. Some had me annoyed, others pissed, but in the end it all worked out. I was very happy with the ending and the whole story.
This was an excellent way to complete Lily's story. Lily has Love At Last.
After I finish the last book, I can already say that I will most likely re-read, and enjoy this same series time and time again.
Can't wait to read the 4th book! I'll let you know how it goes! 😍
My personal relationship lasted for 4 years. First I noticed he was a drinker, but too late did I realize how serious his problem was. I was pregnant at the time so of course I tried to make it work. Later I noticed that he hid the alcohol and he was drinking and driving. He yelled at me and the kids, would call me ever bad name in the book, trash the house, take my car keys and cell phone away from me. If it wasn't for my neighbors, I wouldn't have had any contact to the outside world. My family was worried so they got me a phone that he couldnt take away. He eventually took it too far and was way out of line in front of the kids, and I finally got the courage to leave.
So... I truly did appreciate the character Lilly. I clicked with her and had many similarities.