A grave injury leaves Hunter in a dangerous state. A place where he can no longer see the light. In anything. But Mackenzie can’t—and won’t—accept that.
So she sends him a reason to live. With that comes unforeseen difficulties.
Once again, Mackenzie sees firsthand how strong Hunter’s love and determination can really be. But is that enough? Will their lives ever be the same again?
Chick and Brain Rating 3 out of 5
I am sad to this series end, but with that being sad this book was a let down. It started out perfect with all the turmoil and heartbreaking beauty that gripped us all at the beginning of the series, but then feel completely short by the ending.
This installment focuses on Hunter after his injury and how Mackenzie must fight both of their demons to bring their family back together. She understands that the road will not be easy, but she is willing to fight for the man she loves. Better yet she wants to ensure that their daughter has the father that she deserves as well.
Stone picks up right where we left off with the last installment, but once Hunter and Mackenzie are reunited the story goes downhill from there. There is no more character development or any type of character reaction to anything that occurs. It becomes a book of all roses and sunshine and honestly leaves me unfulfilled by the ending. Although everything is resolved and we get the happily ever after we were all longing for, It is by no means up to par with the rest of the books in the series.
I would highly recommend this series, but I would caution anyone that is planning on reading the final book to go in with limited expectations.
*** I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review ***