I didn't manage to finish this book. I reached the 35% mark, but I couldn't go further and I found myself skipping some parts. I couldn't focus on thiI didn't manage to finish this book. I reached the 35% mark, but I couldn't go further and I found myself skipping some parts. I couldn't focus on this book for more than 5 minutes. The only reason I am saying this is because I got a copy of the book in exchange for a review and I have to say why I couldn't write one. When I left the book Cole, who I am guessing is the hero, is mostly working with Jesse and I was put off for some reason. She even knows that Cole is working on the opposite team. Maybe the reason I couldn't get into the book was the abrupt introduction or something. I am going to give this book a chance one day in the future. But I am not sure when....more
Forever is the final book in the This series. It's like the epilogue of Bradley and Gabby's story and the whole story of Joe and Sam. The first half oForever is the final book in the This series. It's like the epilogue of Bradley and Gabby's story and the whole story of Joe and Sam. The first half of the book is narrated by the two sisters, but after that the men take over for a while and they narrate some of it. It was pleasant for two reasons. A) We see some of Bradley's points of view which I don't think that needs any explaining as to why is good and B) It was easier to accept what Joe was thinking and why he was acting like he did.
I didn't read Forgiven in order to refresh things in my mind and that meant I didn't remember that Sam is in a relationship with Ryan, Joe;s brother. For me that was a fatal mistake because I had to read the first half of the book which was a HUGE LOVE TRIANGLE because Sam couldn't make the obvious decision. I hate two things in books, cheating and love triangles and I tend to avoid them. If I hadn't read the other books in the series I would have placed a lovely "I am not reading you" label on the book and be done with it.
One of the reasons I kept reading this book was Veronica and Ian. I know they weren't very good people, but after what happened to them, I couldn't help but feel ever more sympathetic than I made towards them. I wanted to see their happy ending and I was disappointed when they appeared for only a brief amount of time. I was sad when Gabby didn't even mention them in the epilogue. I wanted to see how they were fairing.
Overall, I am not sure how I felt about this book. It was the first book I managed to read after some time, but these two things mentioned above ruined things for me. Joe was one the best heroes (mostly) I had the pleasure to read about. Sam was a little over the place, but the others saved the day, I am loving this book to your judgement.
Unfortunately, I wasn't able to finish the book, because I am not in the right mind for this kind of book. I loved Wicked White, but Wicked Reunion waUnfortunately, I wasn't able to finish the book, because I am not in the right mind for this kind of book. I loved Wicked White, but Wicked Reunion wasn't for me. 14% into the book and I just couldn't get further. I didn't like that London married Jared's brother whom she didn't even love. I also didn't like the animosity between Jared and Ace. I am not sure how I am going to be able to finish this book some day....more