Ever and Cade.
Sorry I vanished like I did. I'm not sure I can even explain things. I don't know when I'll be back. If I'll be back. I'm not sure of anything, except that I love you, Ever. You're my twin, my best friend, and leaving you was the hardest thing I've ever done. I know you don't understand. Maybe you never will. I hope you don't, honestly. It would be easier that way. That's cowardly, I'm sure. Cade, take care of her. Love her, the way she deserves. The way you always have, for forever and always. If I could ask you anything, it's that you remember me as I was, and forget me as I am. I'm sorry, and goodbye, and I love you.
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- Me & My Girls
A truly perfect series ending novel!
I wouldn't say that the audio edition of it was better. It was EQUALLY good. The narrators properly animated this truly perfect series ending tale. I suspect I'll do another re-read via audiobook in the future. It is definitely my favorite book in the trilogy.
Carter was my favorite character. I sympathized with him because of the tragic event that caused him to stop speaking. I love that his early interactions with Eden triggered his desire to change. He saw the value in being Eden's friend and was determined and strong enough to be just that inspite of her insistence that she was not worthy. He is just a compassionate soul that I simply couldn't get enough of in this novel. He is one of the best book boyfriends ever.
Piper Goodeve just has a flawlessly good narrating style and is one of my favorite narrators. She animates both female and male voices well without ever sounding ridiculous, no easy feat. Overall I liked Gabriel Vaughan even though his ability to sound bored always worries me. He was more consistent in tone on this performance than on his Falling into You performance. So that was a huge relief.
Yes, I had the same extreme why did Caden and Eden cross the boundary line reaction that I had before when I read the e-book. The line crossing doesn't occur in this novel, but the ramifications do. I loved that both Ever and Carter loved Caden and Eden enough to forgive them and were able to show compassion where others like myself may not have been able to under the same circumstances. I will always, ALWAYS think that what Caden and Eden did was 100% avoidable. But admittedly, seeing how they both suffered and regretted their actions and how Ever, the most mutually important person in their life, eventually understood, forgave and encouraged all three of them to move forward together was incredible.
One of my favorite Carter and Eden moments:
"Eden, everyone deserves friendship and understanding. That's all I'm offering."
"So are you."
And this quote below sums up the theme of this novel really well:
'Forgiveness is a choice. And so is love.' Caden