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I think this may be my favorite of the series so far. I don't give 5 stars lightly, but this one came close. There are some editing errors that had me stumble over a few sentences, a pet peeve of mine as it ruins my reading flow, but other than those I had no issues with the writing.
Sam navigating the waters of dating again is touching. Her reservations are understandable. I think she knew she was ready to move on but was having a hard time getting past the guilt of letting Will's family know she was. They held her back from moving on for their own personal consolation. For them, she was an extension of Will that they wanted to keep static to fool themselves into believing he wasn't really gone. I felt sympathy for Will's family, but the expense it was costing all of them was too much. They really need to move on for all their sakes.
Gray may need some therapy for all the issues he has. It’s nice that the guy in the story doesn't have it altogether for a change. Unfortunately, or maybe typically, he allows his insecurities to get in the way and mess it all up.
I thought the way this story played out and the time it all took was very well written. Usually it is all wrapped up neatly in a matter of days. That is not the case here. The HEA was hard won. I also loved the last few chapters and how it didn't just abruptly end with them getting back together. I liked the wrap up to the story.
I still love Bo and Noah in this one and I love that the previous characters are so involved in the story.
Sam was a really complex character. I could feel the two different sides of Sam. One side was an older Army widow who feelings of guilt and heartache. The other side was a twenty-two year-old young woman who wanted to be an adventurous young adult. Meeting Gray was the best thing that could have happened to her. I love the ability to heal being around him gave her. I loved Gray. He was a good guy with his own cross to bear. His wasn't as hard as Sam's, but it threw some great twists in their story.
Unspoken is still my favorite Woodlands book, but Unraveled is a close second. I can see the progression and improvement in Jen Frederick's writing with each book.
I thought Gray's reasons for avoiding lasting relationships were kind of exaggerated, whereas the heroine had a much more solid reason to be afraid and cautious. I thought she was a stand-out in the story. Sam is sweet, caring, and brave. I liked how she was written as a young woman trying to be fearless, taking those chances at living life again, and loving again. Couldn't help but like her. She'd lost much but was willing to risk again with this hero. I guess I needed him to be more present and step up to the plate. I wanted more from him in that respect. He's likeable and sexy but not a wow hero, and not near as tough as the heroine, in my opinion.
The last part of the story picked up and got more interesting. That's why the three-stars. I enjoyed that last part, brushing away many of my meh feelings about the overall romance. It finished the book off for me with a better feeling of love/romance for this couple. Up until then, I wasn't convinced of the romance. The ending is pretty sweet, though. The conflict might have been predictable, but at least it perked my interest and added some enjoyable angst and a much more romantic ending.
I enjoy this author, this series, and this group of friends, and I mostly enjoyed this third book. Just wasn't wowed by Gray or his romance, unlike with Noah or Bo. But I'll definitely keep with this series though.
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