Published by Self Published on July 31st, 2017
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I’ve found mine.
Our life together is perfect.
Until it’s not.
Darkness invades, and my heart shatters.
It’s not supposed to be like this.
I can’t find such happiness just to lose it.
I want it back.
I just don’t know how.
I’ve found mine.
Our days are full of love and meaning.
I’ve found what I was waiting for my whole life.
And then the light is gone.
Her eyes are vacant, and her soul is weary.
My chest aches because I can’t fix it.
She’s my happily ever after, and I’ll fight every day to show her what that means.
*** This is book 4 in the four book Flawed Heart Series. Previous 3 books should be read prior.
*** Intended for adults 18+ due to mature content.
We received this book/audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the book or the content of our review.
Oh, boy! Writing a review about the fourth book in a series about the same characters, is a eefing nightmare. It really is! Because everything or almost everything could be a spoiler. So, I’m going to talk about the Flawed Heart Series instead *wink*
London and Loic always have been such interesting characters, because they defined themselves as flawed people. They’re beautiful, sexy, smart, and good persons, but they know they have faults or imperfection that maybe couldn’t work with another people. I’ve always been a big fan of both. I’ve laughed, cried, screamed, grieved, and reborn with them.
What happen when you meet this person is so perfect with you, and all the bad things you can imagine are thrown in your face over and over? That’s what happened in all the series. Ms. Wade writes the most involving plot I’ve read ever. I don’t know how she does it. I’ve been so lost in the pages of this series so many times. Funny, steamy, and anxiety moments? Yes, yes and hell yes!
“Fate is a fucking lie, and destiny is its bitch-ass cousin”
The plot twists:
When you think you know something, Ellie changes all the set. It’s a devil woman 😉 I recall in Finding London (book 1) I had those theories about a character’s participation and nothing happened. With Keeping London, I literally drop my kindle to my lap when something was revealed. The tension kept me turning pages like a crazy because I wanted to know everything would work out with them.
Everyone needs at least one person they can count on.
Bottom line? I recommend the Flawed Heart series and I’m almost sure we’re going to read a spin off with Paige’s adventures, that woman rules 😉