Oh My God. I don’t know why I didn’t go into this book not expecting huge ugly tears. You would think by now I would know that Claudia Connor is a master at making me cry like a baby and that blurb didn’t exactly hide the fact I was going to be an emotional mess. But then throw a huge heap of my own personal family drama and I didn’t even think about how this was going to leave me curled up in the fetal position surrounded by a heap of soggy tissues.

I probably would have hated Jack if not for the fact the story was told in both past and present tense. And he was just so perfect in the past and then add in the fact we know what made the relationship break down in the first place. That even when he broke her heart and acted like a douche I couldn’t find it in me to hate him, I might have wanted to slap him a few times but I got over it pretty quickly and I loved how they overcame their past hurts and forgave each other everything they had gone through.

Mia was so strong, how she kept standing after everything she had gone through was beyond me. And honestly in her position I don’t think there would be any way I would be able to get over everything that had happened and look to the future.

Even though I cried a small river I loved every word of this book and I am so glad I went into it without knowing what I was going to go through or I probably wouldn’t have picked it up to begin with. Catching up with the McKinney brothers and their families was great and I loved getting a bit more information on everything that happened since the last book. 

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