- File Size: 497 KB
- Print Length: 189 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 25, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075Y475QV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,196 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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But she doesn't give up, not on him and not on her love for Hunter.
Let me tell you, this book gutted me. I could feel the characters emotions in the words. This story has it all—tension, angst, suspense and heartbreak. I've smiled, laughed, cried and was angry at some point. It is not often I feel so connected to the characters, but Annie Stone has accomplished just that. I love the story, the characters and the words. a saving grace is just like the other books in the series raw and gritty and it made my heart bleed for Hunter,Mac and Hazel. And Carey, I can't stop swooning about Carey. He's the unicorn best friend/brother everybody should have.
a saving grace is a emotional read. This book deals with sensitive subjects like depression and attempted suicide.
a saving grace is not a standalone. You must read book one, a fighting chance and book two, a losing battle, first.
I highly recommend the book and the series and wish I could give more than 5 stars. Thank you so much, Annie Stone.
Hunter Tilman has been flown to Germany after his armored vehicle was attacked while he was in Afghanistan and he was severely injured. Struggling with where his life is he makes a drastic choice that has large impications.
But Mackenzie Hall is not ready to give up on Hunter and wants to show him what he is giving up, even if it gets her in a large amount of trouble.
Can Hunter find the light through all the darkness and will Mackenzie and Carey finally be able to show Hunter the love that they have for him?
I have been waiting for this conclusion for a long time and I thought it was great.
I totally understood why Hunter was down but I hated that he pushed Mackenzie away in Germany when it was obvious that she had to care to fly that far to see him. Yet he had just gone through so much that it wasn't a surprise.
I absolutely loved Mackenzie and the strength that she had to know that she had to do whatever it took to make Hunter really understand everything that happened. I felt so bad for what happened to her at the hospital but what she sacrificed was truly for the best for Hunter.
Mackenzie and Hunter had a deep love for each other but Hunter had no clue about what really happened with Mackenzie and Carter. It broke my heart when Hunter began to read some of the emails that Mackenzie and Carey sent and I loved how Mackenzie documented everything for Hunter.
The ending was great and very well deserved!! I loved that Hunter finally understood everything that he missed and was ready to take life head on.
I would love to have a book for Carey now so we can see what happens when he gets to live his own life!!
This installment focuses on Hunter after his injury and how Mackenzie must fight both of their demons to bring their family back together. She understands that the road will not be easy, but she is willing to fight for the man she loves. Better yet she wants to ensure that their daughter has the father that she deserves as well.
Stone picks up right where we left off with the last installment, but once Hunter and Mackenzie are reunited the story goes downhill from there. There is no more character development or any type of character reaction to anything that occurs. It becomes a book of all roses and sunshine and honestly leaves me unfulfilled by the ending. Although everything is resolved and we get the happily ever after we were all longing for, It is by no means up to par with the rest of the books in the series.
I would highly recommend this series, but I would caution anyone that is planning on reading the final book to go in with limited expectations.
Mac flew out to be with Hunter as expected the minute she found out that he was hurt. Hunter of course reacted in so many different ways because of the injury he has just suffered. I literally wanted to strangle both of them because the love is so clear but damn they are stubborn.
Days turned into weeks and when she's finally had it and places adorable Hazel on his lap, the story starts taking a different turn. You start to see the beautiful love story developing that should've happened in my opinion since Book 2 but anyways.
The love between these two is so strong; add an amazing little girl and an awesome brother makes for an amazing story. Make sure you have tissues because once the reconciliation starts and they discuss the past, you'll get teary eyed. These brothers are protective, fierce and inseparable. Mac is amazing and Hazel is adorable.
I voluntarily accepted an advanced reader copy of this book.
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