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Lovely Trigger (Tristan & Danika Book 3) Kindle Edition
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The conclusion to Tristan and Danika's epic relationship. Tristan and Danika go their separate ways and try to recover from the 'incident'. From "Grounded", we know that they attend James and Bianca's wedding, 6 years post the 'incident', and they were civil but there was still big hate there. "Lovely Trigger" was all about Tristan trying to get Danika back in his life, anyway he can have her.
I totally enjoyed reading what Tristan and Danika went through after the 'incident', told from their point of view. How each one of them coped and got on with their life without each other. I could not put it down. There was so much more that happened between them at James and Bianca's wedding!! Tristan tries everything to insert himself into Danika's life, post wedding. However, the big thing that was a direct result from the 'incident', Danika has not shared that with Tristan and she refuses to talk about it. *Ugh, I hated this part, very immature on Danika's part*
The series covered a very long time period. I thought R.K. Lilley did an EXCELLENT job with growing Tristan and Danika. They acted very immature in their twenties (books 1 & 2) and then more mature in their late twenties/early thirties (book 3). I'm so glad that 6 years later, both of them had grown so much. Tristan had toned down the caveman and thought first before he acted. Danika had toned down her wild streak too. I'm glad RKL thought about this as she wrote this series. It made it more real to me. Because of the amount of time spent developing these characters, I felt such a deep connection to them and wanted them to be together. This series did not disappoint! I really enjoyed it.
Why Not 5 Stars?
Maybe it's just me, but at some point I became tired of Tristan trying to woo Danika. Because of this, at some other point, I started to dislike Danika. I thought that she was constantly punishing Tristan for something that he had no idea happened. At the end of the day, Danika was responsible for some of what happened too. In my opinion, Danika acted very immature in this book. She appeared to have it more together in the previous two books. I was on her side before, but after a while, I wanted to get out of her head! She was driving me crazy with her head talk. She could have benefited from some therapy too, because she was dealing with some heavy stuff. Clearly she was not OK.
Once again, I felt the end was rushed. The majority of the book dealt with all of the ways Tristan tried to get her back. Then all of a sudden at the very end it was revealed and then straight to the HEA. What I really wanted? More on the 'Harsh Reality' of their relationship. I wanted / needed to know how they navigated the waters of regret, how they survived together with all that they lost. I just thought it was a missed opportunity to drag this book out with Tristan's attempts to get her back. I enjoyed it, but felt that it dominated the story. Perhaps I wanted the focus to be more on how they dealt with all that happened between them and what they lost, together, as a second chance couple. I'm just sayin'.
What I Loved:
Well of course I just cannot get of Tristan and Danika and this book does NOT disappoint in this category. I love seeing the progression of Danika from the beginning of this book where is she is filled with bitterness and anger to letting down her defenses one by one and slowly letting Tristan in. When she starts ordering food from places she used to go to with Tristan or wearing clothes she used to wear when they were together it so awesome because to me it’s Danika returning back to who she truly is, not repeating old addictive patterns. I know she worries that she’s regressing but to me it was just her finding herself again and breaking out of that shell she has created around herself.
The sex scenes in this book were freaking awesome I haven’t read scenes like that in a long time and this book did not disappoint. The raw need between Danika and Tristan was so palpable it poured out of the pages and I just couldn’t put this book down.
I loved that we not only got see the progression of Danika and Tristan’s relationship but Bianca and James, and Frankie and Estella as well. Lana and Akira even snuck into this book at a certain point, which was great because throughout this series and the In Flight series you get emotionally attached to the supporting characters as well as the main ones. It totally made me miss James and Bianca though and now I cannot wait for Mr. Beautiful to come out!
Not So Much:
I’m so happy to finally have gotten this book and read this story; the first part of the book was just going by way too fast, leaving out details I would've liked to have read more of. There were some storylines going on with the supporting characters (Bev especially) and it’s talked about for maybe 4 paragraphs and then that’s it i would've liked to have seen more details about those plots.
As the story progresses there are some details as far as Tristan’s house goes and things like that but I still felt like there could’ve been more. In the other two books in this story the supporting characters were more involved in the plot but in this book it was basically just Tristan and Danika. I get why that is, but I would've liked a little bit more of other people in their lives in this book. Also, I felt like there were more descriptions of what Danika was wearing then what her house looked like or what the gallery looked like. The same goes for Tristan, the layout of his house is kind of talked about but I would've liked to have seen way more details when it came to where both of them lived.