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Marked: Book Three in the Yellow Flag Series (Volume 3) Paperback – April 21, 2016
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TK Carter is a Southern born-and-bred middle child with all the complexes that accompany this birth order. Tami, as she is casually known, was raised in mid-Missouri and now lives in Centralia. She has two children, two dogs, a mortgage, and a dream. She loves the color red, anything shiny, and has an unnatural love for peanut butter Snickers, Diet Coke, and Dubsmash mixed with a bitter relationship with workouts, a Fitbit, and weight loss. To accommodate the mood swings, she writes contemporary humorous women's fiction, dramatic fiction, and dystopian suspense novels. In response to her chaotic, single life as a divorced mother and head of household, she started a hilarious blog called My Ms. Adventures where she holds nothing back as she tells exactly what it's like to be her. She loves her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and thanks God every day that in her darkest times, He never gave up on her. For a complete list of her work, visit tkcarter-author.com
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Even with the prologue, it took some time for me to get back into the story. I probably should have skimmed through the first two books prior to reading the third. That being stated, this installment was well written. As the old saying goes, I could not put it down.
When I neared the 90% mark, I wondered how Carter was going to be able to finish the story. There were so many unfinished story lines, and I knew this was to be the last in the series. Without spoilers, the author ended the book with a strange and seemingly unrelated epilogue. She stated that the series was over, but not some of the characters.
How frustrating to have waited so long for the conclusion to this series, only to have a non-ending and a possible tease for another series. Thus, my three star rating.