The villain of Rosemary Beach finally gets her own happy ending in the long-awaited final novel of the number-one New York Times best-selling new adult romance series by Abbi Glines.
The blockbuster number-one New York Times best-selling Rosemary Beach series ends with a bang when the troubled character audiences love to hate gets her very own happily ever after in this eagerly anticipated and overwhelmingly requested story.
Known for causing problems for everyone in Rosemary Beach, Nan has been growing up lately, and she's finally taking center stage - and finding love with the man she least expected.
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4 Flaming Stars
- Pam Audio-Fanatic "Does it make you feel better to no vote all my reviews? Sad. If it makes you happy have at it then. Hope it brings you a little joy."
Disappointing series finale - worst in the series
I am SO horribly disappointed in this much anticipated series finale. The characters are shallow. The dialogue is repetitive and whiny. The story is confusing, unbelievable, and ridiculous. The entire plot is one big hole. In much of the book, Nan herself isn't sure if she is dreaming. The entire 'crime family' story line, which began in When I'm Gone, seems both contrived and unnecessary, and there is no resolution for plots and characters from previous books. This book does NOT live up to the precedent set in the rest of the series, and as a series finale, it is completely unsatisfactory.
Yes. I own 25 of her books, and I have loved all but this one.
Yes. I didn't love Sophie Eastlake's 'male' voice, and I didn't love Jeremy York's differentiation in the male voices, but these factors did not make the listening experience any worse. The book was just bad overall, so I would be willing to try both narrators again.
Too much needs edited/added in this book, so I can't adequately answer this question.