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- Print Length: 402 pages
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- Publisher: Claudia Burgoa (December 28, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 28, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B019A45RKO
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #495,086 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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At least I wasn't surprised like I was in the first book, Unlike Any Other. That took me off guard, lol! There was already a hint towards the end of book three about Matt's interest with Tristan, who is Jacob's business partner. We are introduced to another character, Thea, who also catches the attention of both Matt and Tristan. But there is a twist to Thea's story. That, I didn't see coming!
An unusual love story that will keep you turning the pages, and probably lose some sleep over, I know I did! It was hard to put down!
I think the best part of these books is that most of the spouses of each sibling has been brought up in a less than favorable family environment and that has drawn them to the Decker siblings. As with all of Claudia's books, the character development if phenominal! Mattie is no exception. He is the glue that keeps his siblings together and they adore him. He holds strong through this book but it is so good to see that one of them has inherited the gender orientation/identity of his parents. It was not easy for him to convince his partners but I'm glad to see that they prevailed. I felt so bad for Coop. Being brought up Catholic, I totally understand his sturggles but I am so glad he sought help and prevailed.
Writing Porter's story will be difficult at best. I'm sure most of us who have read through the series are cautious of him but I am so looking forward to it. I am not looking forward to the ending of this series. Claudia, you have to continue writing about this family - they are absolutely the best.