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The story picks up in New York City, two weeks after Miller and Olivia fled London and the “interferers”. We see a more casual side to Miller (clad in jeans!) as the couple fills their days with sightseeing and nurturing their love. However, they are soon forced to return to London and must face the hard questions that Olivia has been avoiding. How can Miller truly be free from his past? How much does Nan know? Did she really see her mother in the airport? Is their love strong enough to hold them together through anything?
It was nice to see how much Miller has grown. Gone is the Miller who frequently flew into jealous psychotic rages in an instant. It was as if he had grown more secure in Olivia’s love. His obsessive compulsions also seem to be more relaxed. What’s not more relaxed are the sex scenes. The steam factor increased significantly in this book!
While I would like to have seen more of the secondary characters Gregory, Nan and George, I think fans of the series will find this a very satisfying conclusion. The epilogue from Miller’s POV is a nice bonus for readers.
While reading the books, I constantly felt sympathy for Miller and truly wanted him to be saved from hell. I love the way Malpas gave her readers so much to think about with all the little twists and turns in the story. She really had me thinking ten steps ahead… and I loved every moment of it.
Malpas really hit the nail on the head with her leading man being a deeply troubled and lost soul—living in an inescapable dark world—a living hell on earth, and never having experienced love from the day he was born. My heart ached for this poor man who just wanted to be loved. Before Olivia walked into Miller’s life, he never knew the good and bright side of life… a life filled with love and hope. It was both painful and joyful watching him fall in love and to see the door to the other side of his world open ever so slightly, a crack at a time, bringing in the light and love. It was painful because of the constant uphill battle he fought; and joyful because he learned that even he could obtain love and live in the light.
Now, to talk about my rating; I’m giving the trilogy four stars instead of five. The reason being… I was left with questions. For example: Malpas never mentioned what happened to Cassie. The reader is just left hanging, wondering what happened to her. She, like Miller, wanted out of the dark world. There was no mention of her at the end. And, did William and Gracie ever marry… did William continue to live in his dark world as a pimp or did he give it up? Also, I wanted to know more about Miller’s perfect gentlemanly behavior. Where did he learn to behave like the perfect gentleman? Did his pimp send him to school or did Charlie teach him? That question gnawed away at me the entire time I was reading all three books. Well, of course, that’s just me. But, to reiterate my high praises: I LOVED THIS
Thank you, Malpas for giving your readers a great story; one which caused us to feel every emotion of joy and pain between these two characters. I am looking forward to your next trilogy!
Forever a fan!