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The Bluestocking Series Wicked Wallflowers 4Publication Date 5 7 19Number of Pages 352Finally, the Mad Marquess gets his HEA and I m absolutely thrilled with Gertrude and Stephen as well They all had their own growth to manage and issues with which they had to come to terms I usually have to read this author s work in increments because it is so intensely emotional and gripping I love that this one wasn t that way I read it straight through Yes, it was every bit as emotional as the other books, but it Series Wicked Wallflowers 4Publication Date 5 7 19Number of Pages 352Finally, the Mad Marquess gets his HEA and I m absolutely thrilled with Gertrude and Stephen as well They all had their own growth to manage and issues with which they had to come to terms I usually have to read this author s work in increments because it is so intensely emotional and gripping I love that this one wasn t that way I read it straight through Yes, it was every bit as emotional as the other books, but it was a beautiful emotional rather than the gut wrenching kind.In the last book, The Governess, the Mad Marquess was going after Broderick Killoran full tilt He blamed Broderick for the kidnapping of his son and the deaths of his wife and unborn child seven years ago To avoid hanging, Broderick and his street sisters all had to agree to never again see Stephen again 0nce they returned him to the Mad Marquess they couldn t even accompany him on the coach ride to the Marquess home.Gertrude Killoran has always been the outsider among her street siblings she belonged and was loved equally, but she was also on the outside She was the weak one who was overlooked while others made decisions for her She can t do that any she cannot allow an apprehensive and upset Stephen to make that long and lonely trek from the Devil s Den to his father s home So, at the last minute, she slips into the coach and they begin the stressful ride Along the way, she talks seriously with Stephen and realizes that she cannot leave him to adjust to his new circumstances alone She ll do the impossible She ll convince the man who despises everything about her and her siblings to allow her to live in his home until Stephen is settled with a suitable governess.Edwin Warwick, Marquess of Maddock, isn t really mad but he has every reason to be He has suffered unspeakable horrors in his life his home was burned, his wife and unborn child died, and his son August died as well Then, he learned that August hadn t died, he had been kidnapped and taken into the street gang run by Mac Diggory In that seven years, Edwin had been accused of murder, shunned by the ton, and called a madman He embraced being a madman, he stopped going out in public, drank prodigiously, and stayed angry all the time while nurturing his hate for the remaining members of Diggory s gang the Killorans Now, there is one of those vile, despicable creatures standing in his foyer and she s refusing to leave.With his son standing there, ready to bolt and run, what can he say to the woman He drags her into his library so he can rant at her in private but imagine that she doesn t cower from him or show any fear She stands up to him and makes reasonable arguments for why he should change his mind and let her stay until Stephen is settled and a suitable governess is hired I absolutely loved their journey and it was a journey of three Stephen had to grow to trust Edwin in order to be happy in his new home and circumstances Edwin had to learn to be a father again and to trust that Gertrude was helping him and Stephen adjust to each other Gertrude had to learn to trust Edwin with Stephen and to trust that he wouldn t go back on his word and harm Broderick or her sisters I am in deep admiration for how the author handled all of this book, but especially the final chapters Her writing is excellent, the characters are deep and well developed and the romance is truly swoon worthy Now, I can t wait for the next book in the series, The Spitfire, featuring Clara Waters and the Earl of Waterson, coming out in September.I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book All thoughts and opinions are my own This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Review copy was received from Publisher This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.4.5 heartsThe best thing about Historical Romance novels is you can usually jump into any book in a series with absolutely no trouble That is completely true of The Bluestocking, the fourth book in the Wicked Wallflowers series This was a fun sort of enemies to lover s tale Lord Edwin lot his wife and unborn child to a fire y This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Review copy was received from Publisher This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.4.5 heartsThe best thing about Historical Romance novels is you can usually jump into any book in a series with absolutely no trouble That is completely true of The Bluestocking, the fourth book in the Wicked Wallflowers series This was a fun sort of enemies to lover s tale Lord Edwin lot his wife and unborn child to a fire years ago, he assumed his little boy also perished in said fire But he s found his son years later living with a crime family gone respectable Stephen grew up in the streets, he is a rough and tumble boy quick with a knife and slight of hand He is about to go home to the father he can t remember and learn how to become an aristocrat he is not exactly happy about it Good think Edwin can be a patient man even if it tares him up inside to try to get to know the boy he thought deadI loved him long before you knew him, he said hoarsely I loved him when your family ripped him from my life, and I love him even now, angry and hating me as he doesGertrude is his sister but has been like a mother to him his entire life and in a swell of determination and nerve has decided that she will stay with Stephen until he is settled into his new life, even if she is despised by the father She doesn t blame him really since her father was the source of the fire that killed Edwin s wife and baby all those years ago.I loved the struggles that Edwin had coming to terms with his growing feeling for Gertrude and finding that the daughter was nothing like the father and maybe hadreason than even he did to hate the man that sired herHe kissed her as though he sought to memorize the feel and taste of her As if she were the only woman in the world And she, Gertrude Killoran, long invisible to all, felt what it was to be wanted and hungered forand so very much alive because of itI completely enjoyed Stephen and all his shenanigans adjusting to his new life back with his father Gertrude is fantastic, she is a flawed woman and has been underestimated by her family most of her life This is her chance to show what she can do and the bond between Stephen and Gertrude is kinda adorable.I had a lot of fun with this book and really liked the ending of it and the growing romance between Gertrude and Edwin I enjoyed it so much that I put the rest of the series on my to be read list Narration I believe this is the first book I ve listened to performed by Tim Campbell, which is a surprise as he has a lot of books under his belt and it shows You could tell he is a seasoned narrator and the flow of his performance was pretty flawless I d definitely listen to something else narrated by him I listened to this book at my normal 1.5x speed.Listen to a clip Gertrude Killoran and Lord Edwin are thrust upon each other when Edwin exercises his right as father and takes back his kidnapped son, Stephan Unknown until recently, the Killorans thought they were rescuing Stephan from the streets of London, Stephan was kidnapped by Mac Diggory, Gertrude s villainous father now dead, thank goodness The death of his wife and disappearance of his son has taken their toll on Lord Edwin, now nicknamed The Mad Marquess Stephan is like a little brother to the Gertrude Killoran and Lord Edwin are thrust upon each other when Edwin exercises his right as father and takes back his kidnapped son, Stephan Unknown until recently, the Killorans thought they were rescuing Stephan from the streets of London, Stephan was kidnapped by Mac Diggory, Gertrude s villainous father now dead, thank goodness The death of his wife and disappearance of his son has taken their toll on Lord Edwin, now nicknamed The Mad Marquess Stephan is like a little brother to the Killoran s most especially to Gertrude as she taught and took care of him, so she s not willing to let the Mad Marquess take him without her supervision so she pushes her way in and won t let him bully her out Both Gertrude struggle with assumptions and misconceptions, each not trusting the other until they spend time together under the same roof A mutual respect forms as they begin to understand the trials they ve each had to bear thanks to Gertrude s horrible father There was always an attraction between them, albeit begrudgingly at first, so as they get to know each other they fall a littlein love every day The slow turn from enemies into friends and then intowas a lovely, and at times sensuous journey This is my first experience reading Christi Caldwell s writing, but it won t be my last She made Gertrude and Edwin come alive through her writing Their feelings of mistrust, hurt, pain, joy, and love came across loud and clear, and I pleased they found each other They both deserved a HEA after all they went through A copy was kindly provided by Montlake Romance via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This fourth instalment of Christi Caldwell s Wicked Wallflower series was the best one yet This is a fun historical romance series that has a perfect blend of drama and romance It also has an engaging story and characters that are super easy to like and root for and I ve not always found that easy to find in my romance reads This series is not super high on realism but I do feel like that is not a weakness as it means the characters, and the story, get to be both complicated and likeable even This fourth instalment of Christi Caldwell s Wicked Wallflower series was the best one yet This is a fun historical romance series that has a perfect blend of drama and romance It also has an engaging story and characters that are super easy to like and root for and I ve not always found that easy to find in my romance reads This series is not super high on realism but I do feel like that is not a weakness as it means the characters, and the story, get to be both complicated and likeable even if some of the happenings are a little melodramatic at times This fourth instalment focused on the eldest Killoran sister Gertrude Blind in one eye she has always been undervalued even by her own family but when Lord Edwin, the Mad Marquess, demands not only that his son Stephen be returned to him but that the rest of the Killoran clan cut all contact with the boy Gertrude defies all the dire threats and accompanies Stephen to his new home in order to see him settled and safe in his new life Edwin hates the Killorans with a passion after the gang, ruled by Gertrude s evil father at the time, murdered his wife and stole his son so is not best pleased when one of them arrives on his doorstep and forces her way into his life but he relents as he does want to ease the transition of his sons life from the streets back into the folds of the nobility so puts aside his own feelings for the Killoans and lets Gertrude stay with the boy until a proper Governess can be found As times passes Edwin realizes that perhaps both his sons life and his own might benefit if Gertrude never left It was a fun tale Both Gertrude and Edwin were super likeable They had believable and logical reasons for feeling as they did about each other initially and it was enjoyable to follow the story as they warmed to each other thetime they spent in each other company and began to realize they might have misjudged each other initially They made a great pairing and offered just what the other needed in their life so it was super easy to hope for their romance to work out All in all I felt like this was the best book in the series and was a super enjoyable read Rating 4.5 stars I m rounding up to 5 stars as this was good Audio Note Tim Campbell did a good job with the audio I took a bit of time to get used to him when I first started this series but now that I have I do think he is doing a good job Check out all of my reviews at BLUESTOCKING Wicked Wallflowers Book 4 by Christi Caldwell is the historical romance I have been waiting for in this series The Mad Marquess is about to meet his match inways than one and it comes from an unlikely source This romance is a part of the Wallflowers series and the romance plot can standalone, but there is a background storyline in all of the books that I feel makes these books evenenjoyable if they Check out all of my reviews at BLUESTOCKING Wicked Wallflowers Book 4 by Christi Caldwell is the historical romance I have been waiting for in this series The Mad Marquess is about to meet his match inways than one and it comes from an unlikely source This romance is a part of the Wallflowers series and the romance plot can standalone, but there is a background storyline in all of the books that I feel makes these books evenenjoyable if they are read in order of publication.Lord Edwin Warwick is known as the Mad Marquess to all in the ton He is accused in whispers of having started the fire that killed his wife, son and unborn child He discovers his son, Stephen was not killed in the fire, but kidnapped Stephen is taken in by Broderick Killoran and his band of siblings that have survived as a gang in the worst part of London They were all abused by the man, MacDiggory who ran the family and had Stephen kidnapped MacDiggory is now dead and Stephen is about to be returned to his true father and returned to his place in refined society Edwin demands that none of Stephen s current family may come with him to his new home or ever visit him again.Gertrude Killoran has taken care of Stephen since he joined the family She refuses to follow the orders of the Marquess and send Stephen to a new, unfamiliar place and life without her supervision She pushes her way into the Marquess home and refuses to let him bully her She will be Stephen s governess no matter Edwin s dislike.As the days progress, both Gertrude and Edwin learn about the misconceptions both harbor in regards to the other Can these two find a way to deal with their mistrust and pain and learn to trust the other with their hearts Gertrude and Edwin come alive in this book Ms Caldwell s writing once again had me feeling every emotion on each page of this romance Gertrude came out of the shadows and blossomed in this book as she found her own strength and found the power to help Edwin and Stephen heal as well I loved Edwin s love for his son and cried during the scenes from their pasts This is one of those books and series that immerse you in the past and characters so that when you put the book down, you have to take a minute to reorient yourself.I can highly recommend this addition to the series Keep the tissues handy and get ready to go on an emotional roller coaster ride to this HEA Title The BluestockingSeries Wicked Wallflowers 4Author Christi CaldwellRelease date , 2019Cliffhanger NoGenre historical romanceGertrude is the last sister in the Killoran family to get her book Although she has always been the most unobtrusive one, the one everyone always seemed to feel was the weakest link in the family, I was eager to read her story She is a true wallflower in every sense of the word, and she could easily have been the crowning glory in the series I can be a picky Title The BluestockingSeries Wicked Wallflowers 4Author Christi CaldwellRelease date , 2019Cliffhanger NoGenre historical romanceGertrude is the last sister in the Killoran family to get her book Although she has always been the most unobtrusive one, the one everyone always seemed to feel was the weakest link in the family, I was eager to read her story She is a true wallflower in every sense of the word, and she could easily have been the crowning glory in the series I can be a picky reader I don t hand out five star ratings very easily, and yet the first three books in the Wicked Wallflowers were enthusiastic five star reads I can count on one hand the authors that were able to pull that off I give Christi Caldwell such huge respect as an author because her character development and storytelling abilities are rare and exceptional However, Gert and her relationship with Lord Edwin fell short of what they could have delivered Their combined histories could have given us a lot of emotional dimension and complexities, but unfortunately we didn t delve as deep as I would have liked to have gone which ended up making their romance fall somewhat flat This heroine had a lot of great qualities that I admired She was the most intelligent of the sisters as you d probably guess by the title After losing her sight in one eye due to her father s abuse, she was no longer forced to thieve and risk her life on the streets Instead she escaped into books, and can now quirkily spout an abundance of information on a variety of topics She s nurturing, observant, and insightful because of how quietly she watches in the background Less hardened than everyone else, she s able to see the good in people because she d been shielded from a lot of the depravity that goes on in her world Yes, she d had some damaging experiences, but she never lost her optimism or faith in humanity And finally, she s gentle with her pet menagerie, but tough when the situation demands it with her family She s a character that s easy to like, and had me laughing quite a bit at her stubborn face offs with The Mad Marquess, Lord Edwin Gertrude has the patience of a saint for how she holds her own with Edwin, as well as managing Stephen s out of control behavior Up until the last book I wanted to shake that kid until his teeth rattled and kick him where the sun doesn t shine He still has some maturing to do, but he really did redeem himself and show that he s on the path to improvement I sympathized with him a littlein this book because the poor kid is having his life turned upside down for a second time and doesn t have the capacity to process it adequately By the end of this book, I can see the man that he could become now that s he s found a safe and loving home back where he belongs His anger and resentment had really softened and I m really hoping I get to see him find his HEAin The Spitfire perhaps Lord Edwin is far from insane as society has labeled him since the destruction of his family He is wracked with crippling grief and pain He s reclusive, angry, and bitterly blames himself for not trusting his instincts and failing to protect his pregnant wife and son It didn t help that his in laws made him the scapegoat and encouraged public belief that he was at fault and unstable I did feel for the poor man, but my problem with his character was that his hatred for Gertrude was too quickly overcome, and his attraction and love grew almost instantly It did not feel entirely realistic that he came to believe he loved her after 10 short days because of their complicated history Instead of feeling angsty, their interactions felt rushed and even awkward at times Another issue that started to bother me was that I was being told excessively through Gertrude s POV how Stephen can t stand his father, her family played a part in stealing his son from him, and how he hated her family and would never get over it She kept reiterating over and over that father and son were strangers and the repetition was not necessary I would rather have been shown through their actions conversations how distant they are and see their relationship grow organically I didn t dislike any of the characters, and in general I still enjoyed seeing Gertrude finally owningassertiveness and finding someone who believed in her I liked seeing the fragile trust between father and son develop and Edwin shedding the blame that he d accepted unfairly for so many years While the romance felt rushed for my taste, many others didn t feel the love leaned on the insta side Like all of Caldwell s books I ve read, this was very fast paced, easy to stay engaged with, and comforting to slip inpage time in the world she s created I m crossing my fingers that the next book gives us Stephen s ultimate HEA with a heroine that can properly bring him to his knees FOLLOW SMOKIN HOT BOOK BLOG ON I confess I had the previous book in this series but it was lost on its release day because too many books popped up in my kindle at the same time.But as I was lucky to have been able to receive an ARC for this one book even if I preordered it, i can t pass it now.So here it is my first meeting with the Killorans and the Mad Marquess So everything was new to me.It was a slow burning story, and while it could have been an angsty and filled with bitterness tale, it was in fact a recital of redemp I confess I had the previous book in this series but it was lost on its release day because too many books popped up in my kindle at the same time.But as I was lucky to have been able to receive an ARC for this one book even if I preordered it, i can t pass it now.So here it is my first meeting with the Killorans and the Mad Marquess So everything was new to me.It was a slow burning story, and while it could have been an angsty and filled with bitterness tale, it was in fact a recital of redemption, forgiveness and faith in the other.This awesome love story between three persons life has wounded is a fable narrating how they come to care and love another.It is no love triangle, just how a father robbed of his family gets a second chance and wins his son s affection with the help of the woman accounted of being part of his kidnapping and on the way findsthan he bargained for.Gertrude is the kind of heroine as I love them, along the plot she finds her voice and stands for her Sure I thought her weak at the beginning but as the time unfolds and her past is revealed, I came to see past the facade she has built around her, she fights and faces her fears And despite the life she has lived, the things she has done, suffered or seen, she keeps her eyes wide open and sees the good where others would pass without a glance, even if it is jaded, she still has an innocence nothing could shatter.Edwin could have become mad as he is called after everything was stolen from him, as it wasthan his family, it was also his place among the ton and his sanity when meddling in society He has moved as a recluse, so much he is unable to talk or chatter with others, he can just state the obvious or blurts what s on his mind Then there is Stephen the lost son, a too fast grown up kid who twice was robbed of his life and family, he won t face this third battle without a struggle, in the meantime he hurts Edwin and Gertrude but it is also to protect himself.I loved how slowly Gertrude became essential to Edwin, how thehe gets to know her, theshe becomes magnificent in his eyes Gertrude with her gentleness and her skilled sense of observation get Edwin to follow her and leave his cave where he stayed hidden for years and confront his fears of the crowd, the crowd of his peers.I found no fault in this tale, even their mistakes and stubbornness as they made them will result in the cementing of their love for another, all three.A lovely story of people who will go from enemies to friends then lovers.I will now have to read the previous one in this series now Two damaged hearts learn there s a fine line between love and hate in a Wicked Wallflowers novel from USA Today bestselling author Christi CaldwellGertrude, the eldest Killoran sister, has spent a lifetime being underestimated especially by her own family She may seem as vulnerable as a kitten, but given the chance, she can be as fierce as a tiger Her adopted brother, Stephen, has just been snatched back by his true father, and she ll be damned if she relinquishes the boy to the man reviled throughout London as the Mad MarquessStill haunted by a deadly tragedy that left him publicly despised, Lord Edwin holds only hatred for the Killorans the people he believes kidnapped his son And not one of them will ever see the boy again But when Gertrude forces her way into the household and stubbornly insists that she remain as Stephen s governess, Edwin believes he may have found someone madder than himselfWith every moment he shares with the tenderhearted Gertrude, Edwin s anger softens into admiration and Is it possible that the woman he loathed may be the only person who can heal his broken soul ❮PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Le déshonneur des Montergnac ❤ Auteur ISABELLE BUFFET – Lavons.co.uk the eldest Killoran sister [KINDLE] ❆ The Angel of Antioch ❥ Daniel Molyneux – Lavons.co.uk has spent a lifetime being underestimated especially by her own family She may seem as vulnerable as a kitten ❮PDF / Epub❯ ✈ My Beloved Devil ⚣ Author Miyake Madoka – Lavons.co.uk but given the chance ✮ [PDF] ✩ The Truce at Bakura By Kathy Tyers ✻ – Lavons.co.uk she can be as fierce as a tiger Her adopted brother [EPUB] ✼ Komi Can't Communicate, Vol. 1 Nach Tomohito Oda – Lavons.co.uk Stephen ❰PDF❯ ✍ AlterWorld (Play to Live, Author D. Rus – Lavons.co.uk has just been snatched back by his true father ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ Inferno (Play to Live By D. Rus ✩ – Lavons.co.uk and she ll be damned if she relinquishes the boy to the man reviled throughout London as the Mad MarquessStill haunted by a deadly tragedy that left him publicly despised ☃ [PDF / Epub] ☂ DIY Lithium Batteries: How to Build Your Own Battery Packs By Micah Toll ✑ – Lavons.co.uk Lord Edwin holds only hatred for the Killorans the people he believes kidnapped his son And not one of them will ever see the boy again But when Gertrude forces her way into the household and stubbornly insists that she remain as Stephen s governess ❰EPUB❯ ✺ Fotbalové deníky Author Jiří Hájíček – Lavons.co.uk Edwin believes he may have found someone madder than himselfWith every moment he shares with the tenderhearted Gertrude ➸ [Reading] ➺ The Complete Book of Crochet Stitch Designs By Linda P. Schapper ➭ – Lavons.co.uk Edwin s anger softens into admiration and Is it possible that the woman he loathed may be the only person who can heal his broken soul 4 stars Historical Romance Do you ever finish a book and wonder why you allow the author to put you through the emotional turmoil they do Why you willingly read a story knowing it may rip your heart out and leave you agonizing whether the hero and heroine will have their HEA For me it s because it s Christi Caldwell I enter every book knowing she ll quickly get her emotional hooks in me with a story that is impossible to forget, leaving me in heart wrenching, happy ending tears That s why I read her She rips my hear Do you ever finish a book and wonder why you allow the author to put you through the emotional turmoil they do Why you willingly read a story knowing it may rip your heart out and leave you agonizing whether the hero and heroine will have their HEA For me it s because it s Christi Caldwell I enter every book knowing she ll quickly get her emotional hooks in me with a story that is impossible to forget, leaving me in heart wrenching, happy ending tears That s why I read her She rips my heart out every single time, and at the end of each book, I d gladly do it all again If you ve followed this series, you know that it s been discovered that Stephen was not a young orphan brought into the Diggory gang, but the son of a marquess, kidnapped from the folds of the peerage Now he must return to his father who thought he was dead For seven years, Stephen has been with Broderick Killoran and his sisters The only family he remembers He s no longer the innocent, happy toddler he was but an angry and jaded child who wants no part of a life he can t recall To ease his transition to his rightful place, Gertrude, the sister who has taught and cared for him, decides to accompany him and convince Edwin Warwick, the Marquess of Maddock to allow her to stay with his son Edwin has spent the last seven years tortured by the memories and rumors around the loss of his family Bitter and broken, he d become the madman everyone thought him to be Now, face to face with his son who is now a stranger to him, he s at a loss And to have the daughter of the man who stole everything from him requesting to accompany his son isthan he can bear Knowing to send her away would only further damage this new beginning with his son, Edwin relinquishes and allows Gertrude to stay temporarily In the days that follow, Gertrude and Edwin set aside their resentments in the best interest of Stephen And in so doing, they begin to see each other in a different light In working together for the sake of Stephen, an unlikely bond is forged Gertrude saw that Edwin wasn t mad but a devoted father so riddled with the pain of losing his family that he d come to believe what was said about him The fact he even allowed her to stay showed he had compassion in him She d never known that kind of devotion and she was captivated by him With him, she was beginning to feel a level of closeness she d not even known with her siblings Edwin was impressed with Gertrude s bravery and spirit No one had ever stood up to him before She was very capable with Stephen The way she could anticipate his needs and moods spoke to her devotion to his son In getting to know her, Edwin came to realize he d never considered that she too had been a victim of Mac Diggory She was not the monster he d thought her to be, but a young woman whose family had made a mistake He d thought these last seven years that he was a man incapable of feeling anything But he was beginning to feel for Gertrude, and to imagine a life he d never thought to know This entire series has sucked me in with its intensity and deep emotion But this story, with its tender relationships between characters, is definitely the best I empathized so much with Edwin I couldn t blame him for his hate and resentment after having his whole life ripped from his hands He carried so much guilt over that loss Stephen was no longer the child he d lost, yet in spite of Stephen s animosity toward him, Edwin still loved and wanted him I ached for the thrill he felt just having his son speak to him, even if it was only to sing the praises of the Killorans Watching that bond between the two starting to rekindle was touching The bond between Gertrude and Stephen was just as moving She d thought him closer to her sisters, but when she was the one to stay with him, their bond only strengthened I wept when he was able to let his guard down with Gertrude and express his fears The relationship between Edwin and Gertrude was the most thrilling though Gertrude didn t judge or blame Edwin She understood his pain With her quiet strength of spirit she challenged him to reclaim his life She made him want to be a father again and to be a better man She made him feel worthy of that Gertrude had always hovered on the outside with her family, feeling that she wasn t as strong or as valuable because of her disability She felt pitied and like she was treated with kid gloves And because of that, she never challenged them or expressed her opinions But with Edwin, she was able to give her opinion He listened and often agreed He looked to her to be his partner in making the best choices for Stephen Through Edwin s eyes, Gertrude saw her own worth If you ve not read other books in this series, I recommend you read them first While this could be read as a stand alone, I can t imagine reading it without knowing the history of all that these characters have endured and overcome In reading this beautiful and deeply emotional series, you ll not just believe love exists, you ll believe in the power of love and its ability to survive and to heal A Book Obsessed Chicks Review Team selection


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