Sometimes when everything's lost, it's just the beginning. Tossed by a storm, torn by grief, and with his world turned upside down, Morgan clings to the one woman he knows can bring some peace into the chaos that his life has become - Lara. It's not easy to love a complicated man. It's even harder when he builds a maze around his heart. She's looking for answers but life just keeps throwing more questions at them both.
There's a dead sister who is now alive, ashes in the ocean and a tiny grave on a lonely beach. Lara and Morgan have learned that sorrow often follows joy and love isn't always enough to keep it in the shadows.
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Wrapped up and tied with a bow.
This book brought the trilogy together and gave more detail to the childhood trauma and deception, while the couple struggled to define their relationship and bring it to the next level.
I liked that the emails home gave the reader more detail than simply feeding a story.
The father's treachery was classic.
I think the trilogy could have been condensed into one book. I would have preferred to have a long book than three short ones.
- Rosemary Smith
Sad to See It End
Yes. It was a fun listen. Both the story and the narration were excellent.
Morgan. I liked and connected to both Lara and Morgan, but Lara did some underhanded things that were a bad idea from the beginning, and she knew that but did them anyway.
They both did such an awesome job with all their characters, I can't choose between them. Kennicott made me love both Lara and Clary, and Ross made me love both Morgan and Richard.
She may have been the one hooked, but he was the one rescued.
It's really best to listen to all three in the series in order.