The heart-pounding, emotional conclusion to the Evergreen Series from New York Times bestselling author Cassia Leo.
Where flowers bloom, love grows.
With Jack determined to correct his past mistakes, and to help me cope with the news about Junior’s murderer, I find myself hardly able to function, my soul weighed down by renewed grief and crippling guilt.
When I confess my sins to Jack, watching the light in his blue eyes go dim with every word I speak, I know I will not soon be forgiven. Maybe I don’t deserve forgiveness.
When I confess my new predicament to Isaac, I’m met with words of comfort and an apology that leaves me reeling with regret.
I am truly my own worst enemy.
But I refuse to give up. With a renewed sense of purpose, I am determined to weed out my destructive habits and bloom into the person and the mother I was meant to be.
*ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review
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Have you ever read a book by this author before?
I’ve read quite a few
Adult Contemporary Romance
If it’s a series, would you continue reading it?
I wish there was more books after this
Is this a part of a challenge?
Who would you recommend this for?
People who like contemporary romance that deal with serious issues.
This is… exactly how I needed to see this series end.
The first two books were such an emotional roller-coaster, and this one certainly did not disappoint. I obviously don’t want to spoil anything about the ending, but I think Jack and Laurel improved by leaps and bounds in this novel. I loved watching them come to terms with everything that happened.
Cheating is a huge no no for me in novels and I thought that was going to leach into my opinion of the third book, but it really didn’t. I think based off the situation and how the characters dealt with it was… appropriate, I was able to accept it.
I loved the chapters that focused on Isaac. I would love to see more of him in the future and see him get the help he so desperately needs.
Ugh, I’m so happy ❤
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Until next time,