- File Size: 2455 KB
- Print Length: 160 pages
- Publisher: Kia Ora Books (October 19, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 19, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B016VROSYE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,181,212 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
She Will Be Loved: Love's Great Adventure Book 4: Love's Great Adventure Book 4 Kindle Edition
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Flash forward three books later and you’re getting to witness that boy all grown up and now a husband and a father to not one, but two wonderful children. You get to see how his life has changed since the events that took place in London Loves and again, see the growth that continues to happen, both with him personally and in his marriage to his true love Tess.
I loved being able to catch up with this couple, especially after the way the last book went down. But what makes this book stand out from the last one even more is that you’re not only witnessing Tess and Sebastian in their adult lives, but Tess’s mother Kate, their daughter Mattie and son William, and also Penny (who if you’ve read the previous book, know has suffered an unimaginable loss).
Reading this book reminded me of what I love most about the romance genre. It was pure and simple, equal parts sweet and steamy. It was about true love in all forms. Loving again after a loss, maintaining the same level of love years after marriage and loving again when you’re older in age. But more than the romance, it was also a book about healing and growth and with each page turned, I fell more and more in love with all of the journeys that were taking place within its pages.
Now for anyone that’s read the previous books in the series, you know that Alistair is much the way Sebastian was in the beginning. He’s rich (royalty actually) and for quite some time he was another spoiled entitled brat. But within this book you see a much different side of him and as I watched his life unfold in the pages, I was moved. I saw this boy grow into such a beautiful man that at times he had me swooning, much the way Sebastian did in the beginning. His heart, his soul, his very being was in the right place even though there was uncertainty that things would work out in his favor. And even though Sebastian is what brought me to the series, Alistair is what keeps me here and I couldn’t let the review go by without mentioning just how big a part he played in my enjoyment of the book.
The Mattie moments, as a parent, read realistic. They rang very true. Anyone who has ever had a child knows that often times when you’re the only child for a long period of time, when the attention gets put on another (a new baby), there will be acting out. There will be a reaction and often times, not a very pleasant one. The way Mattie was portrayed here came across very well to me, having lived something similar myself and I enjoyed her progression almost as much as I did the adults.
My only real complaint with this story was the amount of attention given to Kate and Ian. Having been there through the three previous books and falling in love with Tess’s mother almost as much as I did with the others, I wanted more screen time for her and for them, or in this case, page time. I felt that her love story with Ian, while absolutely adorable and sweet in its own right could have been spanned out a little more. I would have loved to see more interaction between the two, though I will say I am happy with the way it all came together in the end.
I cannot say enough good things about this book. I am so thankful that I took the time to read it because it was a lighthearted while still emotional read with very little drama and just the right level of steam to make it all work. It was also one of the best endings I ever could have imagined for the characters and now that I’ve put it to bed, I can say with certainty that I know everything with them will be okay.
If you’re a fan of period pieces (this one does begin in the 80s), a fan of growth and change but also true love in its most beautiful and realistic form, then this series of books is a must read. It’s a ride that I am so thankful that I began a year ago and one that I’m glad I took again now.
I enjoyed it immensely and will carry these characters with me for a long time to come.
There is excitement all around, dealings with grief that carries on from London Loves, tales of love and wonder, the love of family and friends, things only kids can get away with saying !! There were some who needed to find their way & she made it so with her words :) ! There are multiple POV's, but that doesn't/didn't bother me one bit as they always connected and kept the story at an even pace. Not too much , not too little. I am ready for more! Always a pleasure to receive an ARC from this author (thank you!!). She Will Be Loved 5 Stars !
In the first three books of the Love's Great Adventure Series, I fell absolutely in love with Tess and Bas, and their friends and family...well, most of them. So, I was very excited to catch up with the crew when this book came out.
I am still hopelessly in love with Tess and Sebastian. To see how far they've come, not only as a couple, but also, as parents is a treat. It's great to see how they have matured in the passage of time.
I was INCREDIBLY excited to revisit Penny, Alistair, and Kate. Little Mattie Irons...LOVED HER!! I wanted to jump in the story and just hug her and pinch her cheeks.
I was very satisfied with the direction the characters took. The pace was just right.
If you read the previous three books, I think you will be pleased with this book.
I am so blessed to have edited this book. Theresa Troutman is one of my favorite new writers. She has a way of describing places that make you "see" them through her words.
This is the 4th book in this series and I absolutely love Sebastian and Tess. Great couple. So much love!
Pick them all up.