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- Print Length: 318 pages
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- Publisher: Sprinter's Press (December 6, 2016)
- Publication Date: December 6, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M5GMM1D
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Relentless (Fractured Farrells: A Damaged Billionaire Series Book 5) Kindle Edition
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In the beginning of the story there's a fair amount of him chasing her, he'd be super direct and then she would be running. It was so funny, he was being so sincere as well as being blunt but Katy was having a hard time believing it. Like the book information says though, things start to go hay-wire at the inn. I felt that the book was okay up to that point but then I really started liking it even more when things started happening at the inn. Maybe I'm just impatient. For me, It really starts to get interesting when the danger level starts to increase; that's when some twists and turns show up. I love that. That's also when there are moments of Nathan being sweet, caring and protective that I liked.
There is also a surprise reveal at the end. And no, I'm not even going to give a hint about that because it might ruin it for those who haven't read it yet. By the way, it was a nice touch to have an almost cameo like visit with other Farrell family members when they show up in this book.
I like how the author added a section after the Epilogue. She called it "Bonus Scene". I don't think I've seen that done before but I liked it and thought it worked well. And it led into a quick look into another book called, The Cocky Thief". It hooked me, it sounded like that is a book I want to read next.
*I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review.
Logan has finally hit the bottom on the relationship department or should we say the lack of content substance relationship. After a little soul searching he realized that the only women he really loved was one that he met many years ago while she was still in high school. He had been warned away by Victoria, and because he cared about Katy, he did. Only now, has he realized just how wrong he was…and he’s done staying away.
Katy has become the manager of a resort hotel in Maine. She’s managed to accomplish a lot in a very short time but now the one guy that she never truly dated but who owned her heart is standing in her hotel insisting that she give him a chance. Katy isn’t inclined to give him any time and Logan isn’t taking no for an answer.
If you have read any of Mallory’s books you know you are in for a HEA as well as a bit of mystery. This one delivers on both. I didn’t feel the high tension that I have in some of her other books but the mystery was fun just the same. Read it and enjoy, I know I did.
With each of the Fractured Farrell books, the hero has been my favourite. However Nathan is DEFINITELY my favourite! Whilst Relentless follows the same pattern as the other Farrell books, it is in line with the legacy left them by their despicable father, Walter. The name Farrell and Trouble go together, so when Nathan decides to go and find Katy to reconnect with her, he immediately recognises the attempts at sabotage as being more sinister than at first appear. Katy is so busy trying to deal with the fallout, that despite the immediate flame of desire, really doesn't have time for an over-controlling Farrell in her life.
Nathan's catalyst moment when he realised that his life is meaningless, is interesting because it isn't dramatic or explosive. So many times it only takes a small but significant moment for a person to realise that something has to change. Nathan recognises his moment and goes for change in the same way that he has pursues all previous activities - with determination. Despite Katy's attempts to deter Nathan, he nevertheless recognises the answering flame in Katy's eyes and that gives him the courage to push through the barriers she puts up. As the pressure increases, Katy finds that Nathan is the one person she can rely on, when he comes to her rescue. But, and it's a big "But", Nathan remains a Farrell and Katy isn't at all sure that she can trust him.
As with all of Ms Crowe's books, I thoroughly enjoyed Relentless, and am looking forward to the next series that is being hinted at.