I’m going to start by saying, I finished this like two minutes ago and am currently bawling. This book has left me in agony. Erin – I love you, BUT THIS IS PAINFUL!!!!!
As Sadie and Cole’s wedding finally commences, Nicci is sent to the London charter to help out with the preparations. It’s there that she meets Gunner Priest, none other than the President of the Michigan charter, and Sadie’s dad.
Nicci and Gunner have an instant attraction to each other, each look giving charged tension, and heat in the bedroom.
As Nicci and Gunner come to realize what their relationship means, life and death are in the balance. Can they get the happily ever after that they deserve?
Nicci was so refreshing. She’s around my age so I guess I could kind of relate to her on some level. She was genuine and all I could think was that she deserves so much more. She deserves the world. She’s been dealt a bad hand in life but it’s what makes her who she is, and I’d never change that for the world.
Gunner. Where do I start? He’s not really like the other book boyfriends I’ve been introduced to because of the age gap, so it did put me off him a bit. I’ve always loved his character, just because of his protective nature towards Sadie, but I didn’t see him in a romantic light until now.
My heart has been broken into a million pieces over Gunner.
The majority of this book took place in the London Charter, during Sadie and Cole’s wedding. This was such a beautiful setting, and I love the familiarity of it. (CAN WE TALK ABOUT SADIE AND COLE BEING MARRIED??? FREAKING FINALLY!!!!)
Erin broke my heart about a thousand times and I love her and her writing. I’ve always loved the Hell Hounds series so my expectations are pretty high with every new book, but this was another level. I was reeled in and hooked the entire time. I could barely put this book down. And now I’m sitting here crying over the ending. Erin, you’re a heartbreaker!
While this was definitely a darker side to Erin’s writing, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I was being pushed and pulled in a million different emotional directions and I’ve never been more hooked and more gut-wrenchingly sad. Erin – thank you for writing a book that is beautiful in a darker way. I loved every second, and I can’t wait for the finale.