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Enraptured (Fullerton Family Saga #3)

4.32  ·  Rating Details  ·  1,016 Ratings  ·  136 Reviews
In the third and final book of the Fullerton Family Saga, long-simmering secrets explode with disastrous consequences. The fractured Fullertons face their biggest challenges yet, and every single one must rise to their own personal challenges and beat their demons once and for all - no matter what it takes.

In the conclusion of this best-selling, highly rated series, author
Kindle Edition, 250 pages
Published February 28th 2014 by Ivy Lane Media, LLC.
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Lise *friends don't flag*
All choked up... :-(

Wonderfully addictive series, so well done.
5+++++++ Gut Wrenching, Ugly Cry Stars

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This book/series absolutely gutted me. I spent the last two hour of this book having one of the worst ugly cries I've ever had over a book. This series is the ULTIMATE love triangle where you find yourself not being able to hate anyone of the three characters involved, all the while knowing in you gut that something absolutely horrific is going to happen and it will not result in a happy ending for anyone.

Robin Shawn
Aug 19, 2014 Robin Shawn rated it really liked it
This review is really hard for me to write. I finished this book several days ago and it's still sitting with me.
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Mar 20, 2014 Irene rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
How did she do it? How did Ginger take my pre conceived views of two brothers and turn them around in this final book of the trilogy. I loved both Drew and Alex and Rachel was one wonderful gutsy strong woman. I too joined all the other readers of these books with ugly sobbing tears. Ginger just knows how to weave a wonderful story with some truly heart wrenching moments. As with her Groupie series another 5 star read for me.
5+++ One of my all-time favorite Stars

ONE OF MY BEST READ IN 2015. AMMAZZZING. But I'm a bit tortured and shreded into bits. Anyone who read this series will know why because since the first page of the first book to the last page of book 3, I was rooting for the "one" and that biggest twist really punched me in the gut and I can't help but blurted "F-U-C-K"!

And Ginger Voight is one hell of a storyteller! Salut!>

Reanell Tisdale
Mar 01, 2014 Reanell Tisdale rated it it was amazing
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5 I freaking love this series Stars!!

This is one of those books that I can't openly discuss without giving away key points in the story. So this is review is hard for me to write and get my feelings out, so here goes nothing.

I was scared to start Enraptured after finishing Entangled because of the little snippet in the back of the book. And I was correct in my assumption to be scared. This book was brutal on my poor heart! But you know what? I'm a masochist, and I love when a book evokes so much
Nov 02, 2015 Akshita rated it it was amazing
Huh???? What just happened? This book is f****d up. Basically, the whole series went like this for me.
Book 1- love Drew, hate Alex then hate Drew.
Book 2- continue hating Drew, start liking Alex, Love Alex, not so liking Alex now, kinda liking Drew
Book 3- kinda liking Drew, kinda liking Alex, Love Alex, Love Drew, head over heels over Drew, BAMMMM!! HATE AUTHOR now.

yeah that pretty much sums it up.
Bookworm Betties
Aug 21, 2014 Bookworm Betties rated it it was amazing

*****5- Heartsick, Broken and Pissed off -Stars*****
~this review contains spoilers from books 1 and 2~

Someone had to be the hero and land on the grenade. Someone had to be vulnerable and risk it all. And I suppose it would have to be me. This was my family now, and I was going to do my damnedest to heal it, one wounded Fullerton as a time.

Why?! That same question has been on repeat in my head over and over and over since I finished this book. Why?! Ginger, WHY?! I waited a full day after fini
S.D. Mary
May 14, 2014 S.D. Mary rated it it was ok
i started reading this series with hope that the main character will be good, hope that the love triangle that was speculated in the blurb would make me want to know more. And if the first book made me like Rachel and her relationship with Jonathan, the second and third one made me see her as a door mat with too many issues of her own.
I couldn't keep up with her emotions until the end, and it very well could be me that's not getting the whole story here.

The first book follows the story of Rachel
Sugar and Spice Book Reviews
Mar 03, 2014 Sugar and Spice Book Reviews rated it it was amazing
Enraptured is book three in Ginger Voight’s Fullerton Family Saga series. You must read Enticed and Entangled before reading Enraptured.

I’ve been a huge fan of this series. As soon as this book showed up on my kindle I instantly dropped what I was reading to start this. Going into this book, I knew something big was going to happen, it’s not like I went in blind. But..But..But…WAAAAHHHHHHH! Why Ginger, WHHHHHYYY? You just gutted me! I was an emotional mess! I pretty much choose the Team I was on
Flavs is Mrs David Gandy♥~♥’
OMG!!! This series was AWESOME AWESOME!!

I couldn't stop reading! I read up til 2:30am on Saturday morning because I couldn't put the book down and just had to find out what happened next

When I started and at the end of Bk1 I hated Drew I really did! And all I wanted was for Alex to be the Hero!
But as I read on and discovered what he had to go through, I was just so sad and just wanted to Hold poor Drew and then that ending!! WTH!!!

I was just crying and poor poor Jonathan, he just had to be such
Louise Clayton
Oct 29, 2015 Louise Clayton rated it it was amazing
Sobbing. My. Frikking. Heart. Out. My husband thinks something seriously bad has happened to me. 'Oh it's just a book' he says. Just a book? Just a book? Nooooo! OMG the letters???? Glad I didn't read this while out in public. Emotional roller coaster, my people. This has just killed me.
Aug 16, 2014 Sophie rated it it was amazing
Fat ugly tears :-(
Annette  Dahl "Old Vicarious Reader"
Aug 07, 2015 Annette Dahl "Old Vicarious Reader" rated it it was amazing
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Epic Story!

I can't decide if this was the best or the worst trilogy I've read to date. Best because it intrigued me on to each page. Worst because the story was pure soap opera. And, the ending drove me over the edge to emotional sobbing. I never read this type of story. But, I was hooked from page one because it was delightfully different from what I usually read. If I knew I would be crying at the end I probably would not have read the series.

The Heroine. Can you be in love with two men? The t
Jenn Green
Aug 21, 2014 Jenn Green rated it it was amazing

*****5- Heartsick, Broken and Pissed off -Stars*****
~this review contains spoilers from books 1 and 2~

Someone had to be the hero and land on the grenade. Someone had to be vulnerable and risk it all. And I suppose it would have to be me. This was my family now, and I was going to do my damnedest to heal it, one wounded Fullerton as a time.

Why?! That same question has been on repeat in my head over and over and over since I finished this book. Why?! Ginger, WHY?! I waited a full day after fini
Southern Belle Book Blog
Aug 19, 2014 Southern Belle Book Blog rated it it was amazing
Omg! Starting out this third book and part of the way through it, I was kind of meh about it because of the politics involved in it and Rachel's devotion to Drew, for what I felt were the wrong reasons. However, you really want to know the rest of this family's story, especially after the preview you see in the second book.

Rachel continues to do her motherly role, see the best in others, and try to make things right all the time. You finally get to see that Alex isn't as rogue as the family has
May 21, 2015 Raquel marked it as not-interested-or-lost-interest  ·  review of another edition
Loved the first book 4 stars almost 5 stars.

The second one was just ok, and didn't like the characters much.

Still was a tiny bit curious to see how things would end as I had a feeling Some stuff would happen, So since i already had this last book I went and peeked at the last chapter and epilogue . Completely lost any interest to read this. If I would have known that was the approach of this series I wouldn have started it. I knew it was a love triangle when I first started, so that's not real
Yvonne Wood
Nov 10, 2015 Yvonne Wood rated it really liked it
Need a box of tissues right to the end. Compelling reading favourite brother changes and changes. Lucky you if you have this family yet to read!
Mar 22, 2016 Amanda rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars! Wow what a series! It seriously takes a lot for me to keep reading a series. I easily can lose interest, and if I can foresee the ending, I tend to give up on a series. This one, I couldn't quite figure out so I had to keep reading. I wanted to see who she ended up with; how things played out. There were some slow parts that I breezed through, but they were easily ignored with all of the other things going on. I loved Rachel. I loved that she was strong, she didn't put up with stuff, ...more
Apr 26, 2015 Taiya rated it really liked it
*spoilers* I finished this book about two hours ago and I'm still reeling from it. I cried through the whole epilogue. Sometimes a story reminds me that there isn't always a happy ending. Of course for this series I guess that just depends on whose team you are on. I was always team Drew. He could be an absolute selfish prick. But I kept feeling as though he was simply hurting from his childhood and expressed it the only way he knew how. It hurt to realize everything he did by the end of book on ...more
Sep 30, 2014 Erika rated it it was amazing
I didn't write a review for book 1 and book 2 in this series and I might at some point. I fell in love with these characters in the first book and Ms. Voight had me hooked and reeled me in. It's not good form to really do this, but I've read so many books that do not allow for a good story to form, that allows for characters to truly develop, and for you to feel the ups and downs, that this series was just that awesome. For all his faults in the beginning and middle of this story, I still liked ...more
Feb 21, 2015 Bobbi rated it really liked it
This was a great series. My head went back and forth as if I were watching a tennis match, but it's what made the story. Never knowing what would happen next or who was up to what. And something was always brewing in the background. You kust didn't know it until it slapped you in the face. And no hints were given until the truth was revealed.

The blurb that was at the end of book two was the mere tip of the iceberg for the series ending. It was an ending full of big, ugly alligator tears filled w
4 1/2 stars

What a great series and what an ending. I was a mess after reading this book. My emotions were all over the place. One minute I hated Drew, the next I felt sorry for him. One minute Alex was Rachel's Prince Charming and the next, he left her high and dry. I was angry at Rachel for not standing up for herself, yet I kind of admired her ability to not lower herself to Drew's ex's level. I think this book showed the most character diversity of the trilogy. Drew realized how much his fami
Jul 30, 2014 Maan rated it it was amazing
I'm giving The Fullerton Family Saga by Ginger Voight -- 6 stars!!! Yes, you heard me...

Though I'm a big fan of The Vampire Diaries --- the Salvatore brothers rivalry --- I can't say the same for any book series. Just merely 24 hours ago, I was a non-believer at family dramas and look where I am right now!!! Well, shut the front door but I'm too overwhelmed by Ginger Voight's amazing storytelling skills.. And to my surprise, I'm completely inlove with the Fullerton Family Saga. It's my best tri
Nov 13, 2014 Jalan rated it really liked it
I enjoyed it up to the point where the writer decided she had enough so she wants the HEA so she just took care of the problem ! Damn girl you made it obvious! Argh i am so annoyed that it made me hate Alex and Rachel and i was already at the point of tolerating them. Drew and Rachel had something more magnetic and passionate so I dont understand how the writer could ruin that and he was getting better as well... argh I just want to rant but I dont want to spoil it further for anyone. It was sti ...more
May 01, 2015 Annie rated it it was amazing
I don’t know where to start. This book was full of angst and heartbreak, and fully had me ugly crying at the end. Ginger Voight is a very talented writer and ties all 3 books in the series together seamlessly. I felt like I was actually sitting in a room while everything took place because her characters just draw you in and don’t let you go until it’s over. Once I started the book I couldn’t put it down and wish this wasn’t the end of the series. I apologize for being vague in this review but I ...more
Jun 30, 2014 Danyaile rated it really liked it
It took me a while to start this series. I read many reviews and I was still left undecided and if I should read this or not. Then I said why not it's been sitting on my TBR list for a while let me see what this series is really about. I flipping loved it. Reading this was like watching The Young and the Restless(from the 80's and 90's) . From book 1 I was only Team Jonathan and no one else. Both Alex and Drew had me going back and forth. One minute I was hating one and loving the other and then ...more
Apr 27, 2014 Kara rated it really liked it
What an ending to this Fullerton Family Saga. Rachel, Drew, and Alex have brought me up, down, and all the way back around with this journey. The games are never ending and knowing whom to trust kept me on my toys. It seemed everyone had a mission and Rachel was the only consistent one in her sound decision making. I love how Ginger brought us as the reader and the characters in their own personal journeys full circle. The ending was complete with a period and no questions asked. This wouldn't h ...more
Apr 07, 2014 Nicole rated it really liked it
* contains spoilers please don’t read unless you have read the first two books in the series!

When Rachel married Drew Fullerton she knew her life was never going to be the same. Drew promises her the world and intends to give her and their expanding family all their hearts desires. Rachel’s main concern is to have a real family, something both her and Jonathon have long wished for. Rachel never thought she would be a mother again and now she has Jonathon and a new baby on the way.

As excited a
Stephanie- The Boyfriend Bookmark
Ok, so I have to admit this is very bittersweet for me. I have fallen in love with the Fullerton Family and the endless drama that money has created for them all. But now that I have finished the final chapter in their story, Garth Brooks keeps resonating in my head, “Some of God’s greatest gifts are unanswered prayers.” That may not mean much to you all but once you read it, it will. And read it you should! Enraptured is the conclusion to the Fullerton Family Saga and I am sad to say goodbye.

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Ginger Voight is a screenwriter and bestselling author with over twenty published titles in fiction and nonfiction. She covers everything from travel to politics in nonfiction, as well as romance, paranormal, and dark, “ripped from the headlines” topics like Dirty Little Secrets.

Ginger discovered her love for writing in sixth grade, courtesy of a Halloween assignment. From then on, writing became
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Fullerton Family Saga (3 books)
  • Enticed (Fullerton Family Saga, #1)
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