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Good God Tia Giacalone sure knows how to write cliffhangers. I hate them but Lord do I love them and boy do I need the third book like I need air to survive.
Night Fox picks up right where Hey Sunshine's cliffhanger of an epilogue ended. We get a special treat this time since we're viewing the story through Fox's eyes. It was eye opening to be able to get inside that boy's head and learn how his mind works. Fox goes through a lot of growth and healing during Night Fox, dealing with a tragedy from the past that comes back in a vividly haunting way. Along with emotiinal healing, Avery and Fox are tested during what should be the happiest time of their lives, it made for very stressful reading.
The last few chapters had things looking up when in another whirlwind ending things take a drastic turn towards danger. I have a feeling Fox and Avery have a few hurdles they will have to make it through in order to get to their happily ever after. I just pray that in the end their family stays intact.
There were a few errors. But honestly the story was so great, that I just look past them.
The prologue is set in Avery’s point of view. Hey Sunshine from what I remember is all Avery’s point of view. The entire book is in Mr. Beckett Fox’s point of view. Which was surprising at first, I expected it to alternate like a lot of new adult books do nowadays. Nope, all in Fox’s point of view. Which, considering what happens (to avoid spoilers I won’t say), it was a breath of fresh air and nice to see things in his perspective. ESPECIALLY with what happened. Again, no spoilers.
I felt like I read a completely different story to be honest — in the best way possible. This was a completely different vibe and tone compared to Hey Sunshine. I was anxious and nervous pretty much this entire book. I wasn’t sure how this was going to play out. Also, because Tia hates all of us (TOTALLY kidding 120%; just my fangirl speaking), this ALSO ends in a cliffhanger — be warned! HOWEVER, you HAVE to read this if your a fan of new adult. I will continuously recommend this series at every opportunity I get. I personally think cliffhangers are fun! Yes, the waiting is not all that fun — but we get all excited for the sequel!
Fox is my babe forever and I’m pretty sure I fell in more love with him (if that’s even possible). I have fallen deep for these characters and I’m so incredibly attached to them. When it does come time to say goodbye, it’s going to be very difficult.
Tia Giacalone is one of my all time favorite authors; she’s an incredibly talented author and her books aren’t getting the love they deserve. You need to meet the gang; Avery, Annabelle, Fox and the whole family! It is IMPOSSIBLE not to fall in love with them, they all have a HUGE chunk of my heart and will continue to hold that chunk forever. AB-SO-LUTE-LY LOVED!
Beckett Fox is a firefighter, a Hotshot at that. He was getting ready to return home to his wife Avery in Texas, when he had a motorcycle wreck in Washington state, where he was working during fire season. Avery goes to Seattle only to find out that he is in a coma. When he awakens, he doesn't remember anything from the last year, meaning he doesn't remember Avery. The last thing he remembers is a tragic accident from a year before that killed another Hotshot and a teenage girl they were trying to save. The remaining story is him trying to regain his life and marriage.
This story hits major fear points for many people. Fox is in a horrific motorcycle accident and you can feel the fear that Avery has, first that he's going to die and then that he'll never wake up. Then Fox can't remember Avery, questioning whether he should try to remember or if he should let Avery go. The major question of the book is "Can true love strike twice, even with the same person?" Is it our circumstances that define our relationships or are we attracted to the person no matter the circumstance? Fox is an amazing character, Avery is a strong heroine. I am awaiting the next book to see what happens with these two.
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