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Though I've read the entire series -- A Single Step, Before the Dawn, and this one, Thicker Than Water -- I am leaving my review here because my perspective is about the trilogy as a whole (rather than any one of the three books), which would accurately be described as "Parts One, Two and Three" of an unfolding narrative, rather than three standalone books. But I urge readers to start from the beginning with the first book, necessary to getting the full arc of the story, and certainly the most enjoyable way to experience it.
Georgia Rose is a skilled, engaging writer who pulls you into the story immediately, without an overabundance of hyperbole and fluff, which I particularly enjoyed. Her protagonist, Emma Grayson, is a young woman brought up in foster care, who's lost her only child by illness, her marriage by affair (her husband's), and her entire sense of self due to the critical mass of these devastating events. She takes a job as a stable master at a large and somewhat enigmatic manor out in the English countryside, looking both to find solitude and detach from life as she's known it, and this is where the story unfolds.
There is the requisite cast of characters that inspires immediate laying of bets as to who will be become her romantic interest (I guessed correctly!), but despite that unavoidably predictable element (these ARE romance novels!Read more ›
All of the characters we've come to love from The Grayson Trilogy are back as author Georgia Rose sets them off on new paths and also resolves longstanding mysteries. Rose gives us a meaty plot set firmly in Emma's point of view, which allows us to experience events as if we're there living through them. Departing from past installments, though, THICKER THAN WATER features a secondary POV, one which pops up at the most unexpected times and offers a tantalizing hint of rough waters ahead for our friends at the manor. I love how ambiguous this personality is at first. There's a darkness surrounding him, sure, but his intentions are not quite clear. When he does step into the light, not only does the game between Emma and her enemies turn on its head, but a slew of questions dangling from the previous novels are suddenly answered. Yet even these filled-in blanks don't lead to closure for Emma. Instead they free a deluge of pent-up emotions that are almost as big an obstacle to her happiness as the gang of Russian criminals out to kill her.
The other side of the close focus on Emma's POV is that we can get caught up in her day-to-day activities to the point that the pacing of the narrative slows. I think it took a little too long for the suspense/danger element of this episode to come into play, but in return we do get plenty of deep character development. Plot vs. character is always a difficult battle. Throughout The Grayson Trilogy Georgia Rose shows a knack for this balancing act.
THICKER THAN WATER delivers the romance, suspense and, especially, the final satisfaction readers of this series pine for.
The story didn't disappoint. It was the most suspenseful of the trilogy and full of so many twists and turns. It is really very well written, I found myself surprised over and over again with unexpected shifts in the plot.
Ms. Rose knows how to craft a complex web and I highly recommend this. I think this was my favorite of the trilogy, they were all wonderful, but there was something about this that I really loved.
In Thicker Than Water, we are back with Grayson and Trent on Melton Manor continuing on with their romance and daily lives. Suddenly, Trent and Cavendish are summoned to their work headquarters. Trent and Cavendish return to the Manor with two agents. The two agents are interested in Grayson’s past life and mysterious item they received addressed to Grayson that was sent to corporate headquarters in her name. With the trouble from book two still brewing, something bad is about to happen, but Grayson and Trent be able to survive it?
Thicker Than Water is the perfect ending to this trilogy. It was full of twists, turns, surprises, and answers! I admit, I cried at the end of this book as it was such an emotionally charged book. This is one of my all time favorite trilogies and I highly recommend it.
Special thanks to the author, Georgia Rose, for allowing me to review this book for free in exchange for an honest review. My reviews are based on my opinions of the book and are my opinions alone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These books kept me entertained and on the edge the whole time. They were different and exciting. This is a must read if you like something different to read.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is the last book in thus series. A good finish. The book flows nicely like the others. Looking forward to more from this authorPublished 1 month ago by Heidi Erb
I totally enjoyed all of the books in this trilogy. They provided enough action, love, and a tad of mystery to keep each book moving throughout the series. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Race
**I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review**
This is the third book in the Grayson Trilogy by British author Georgia Rose. Read more
Thicker Than Water is the final instalment of Georgia Rose’s The Grayson Trilogy. As a massive fan of the first two novels, it was with a mixture of excitement and trepidation that... Read morePublished 4 months ago by E.L. Lindley
This book is the conclusion of the Grayson Trilogy. It provides the missing answers and although it became quite obvious what one of these answers was going to be, there was always... Read morePublished 4 months ago by readinrev
Thicker Than Water is book 3 of the Grayson trilogy and brings to a conclusion the tale around Emma Grayson a divorcee who lost a child and wanted to start a new life. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Roses are Amber
Thicker Than Water is the last book in the The Grayson Trilogy. I read the first book, a Single Step, and enjoyed it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Noelle
Thicker Than Water brings the story of Emma and Trent to a very satisfactory conclusion. Georgia Rose has answered all the questions thrown up in the first two books, and we are... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Linda
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