Lani Lynn Vale is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author of over thirty titles. She is married with three children, two dogs, to cats, a donkey, and a couple (a couple meaning over twenty) chickens.
She hails from the Great State of Texas.
When she’s not writing, you can find her curled up in her favorite chair reading.
** ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review. **
It’s time for Bourne to share his story, a man craving the mother (Delanie) of his brother’s child.
When his twin, Booth finally took that leap of faith and went for what he wanted, maybe it was time for him not to fight this attraction.
I appreciated not to read a repeat of the previous book, since it was Delanie’s twin story, but still this whole twins story filled with drama was a little exhausting to me.
There’s history between Bourne and Delanie but things never started. For so many years, he was a constant in Delanie’s life, being there when his brother was away, taking care of her and Asa (my favorite character of the series).
Surprisingly, I enjoyed some part of the book even if I didn’t really feel the sparks between Bourne and Delanie. I thought they needed more time. I kept reading because I was curious about the background, on their side, to read things in their POVs.
This situation could have confused more than anyone and delanie’s son, Asa, was dealing with it so naturally. I loved that character so much. This little kid set the adults straight when they couldn’t.
The two last books of the series were definitely not my favorite but I enjoyed this series from the beginning but I was more interested in other characters than the main ones. I liked some parts but all the drama and twists raised more questions than answers to me without really focusing on Delanie and Bourne’s story.
I felt disappointed by Delanie at times who took Bourne a lot for granted to me, some of her reactions just made no sense to me and Bourne was so calm about it.
The ending was considerably better, finishing in a beautiful way.