- File Size: 2635 KB
- Print Length: 278 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Clampett Studio Collections (March 2, 2015)
- Publication Date: March 2, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00TFM4G4K
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #675,312 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I’m so sad to write this review! Not because I didn’t like the book (I LOVED it!!!!!!!!!), but because this means there’s no more Max and Ava, and that is a very sad thing indeed.
Ruth Clampett has truly outdone herself with this series, and the final installment is absolutely amazing and written just perfectly! Max and Ava’s relationship continues to progress in this book. Even though we see bits and pieces of the vulnerable, sometimes-angry and haunted Max that we know is there, we also see sides of him that are completely new and foreign and … well, completely swoon-worthy as well.
Things seem to be going well for the couple when Ava gets this amazing job opportunity that’s virtually impossible for her to pass up. The one catch is that this job has the potential to take her away from Max—physically—for a long period of time. The news makes Max crazy, and what we see is these two trying to make things work, stumbling and falling along the path that Clampett so delicately paved for them, learning how to love and be loved, and essentially growing up into their relationship and realizing just how deep it truly can be.
As I’ve mentioned in each review for this series, Clampett’s writing is beautiful. I love the way she likens various moments and scenes in the book to different works of art. I love how she knows the details of the museums and the locations and the scenery. I love how she takes these two all over the world; to places they’ve never been, both physically and emotionally.
I read straight through this book in just a few days, as I did with its predecessors. I literally couldn’t put it down, couldn’t bear to part with these characters for more than a few hours at a time before I found myself craving more of them and their incredible story.
Max is so beautifully broken, and I loved how he was given a chance to really heal himself in this book, and how he was subjected to some pretty serious obstacles. Ava is amazing. She’s strong, confident, and I felt like while this book was certainly about the love that she and Max shared, it was also almost like her book in the sense that she really got a chance to shine in this portion of the story.
This was the perfect conclusion to an already perfect story. Everything made sense and I loved the ending that Clampett gave to this cast of characters.
Clampett has certainly earned herself a spot on my list of top five favorite authors, and the Work of Art trilogy will forever be one of my favorite book series. I cannot wait to see what this talented and amazing woman has in store for us next. Hopefully that brilliant brain of hers is already spinning, concocting the next book—or series of books—that will blow our minds and take our breath away.
Five big, bold stars to this read.
The story picks up directly after the gasp inducing ending of book two and we finally get to find out who sent that text. That marks the start of the roller coaster of emotions and drama that is this book.
Ava, if I didn’t already love her, I would after this. She shone throughout the whole book, even in her dark times. It was fantastic to see her star on the rise, even if it lead to some bleak moments with Max. But that’s love right, never smooth sailing?
So much happens in this book that you could be forgiven for thinking it’s a much larger book. But the author manages to move the story along without making it feel rushed and you get to enjoy and lose yourself in the storyline.
“Of course you’re worth fighting for. Just tell me what to fight and I’ll beat it down, blow by blow. But this is intangible, like I’m fighting shadows. You know how I get Ava, no matter how hard I struggle.”
I’m not going to give too much away, this is a book that if you read the previous two books you will want to enjoy without knowing all the spoilers. But what I will say is that it’s emotionally engaging read that you will not want to put down once you start.
I finished this book with a big fat happy contented sigh. The epilogue is just……wonderful is the only word I have for it. You will not be disappointed how this book ends. I have unashamedly fallen in love with Max and Ava.
I want to say a huge thank you to the author for bringing these two to the page. I hope my words have conveyed my gratitude.
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