“She was where my home would always be. It was time I took the next step and proved to her I was all in. Forever.
A chance meeting in Rosemary Beach has turned into a fairy-tale romance as Reese prepares to move in with Mase on his family ranch in Texas. With the loving support of the Colts, and her recent discovery that she has family of her own, Reese can finally move on from the dark horrors of her past and into a bright future.
But Aida isn’t going to let that happen. The beautiful blonde has been raised to think of Mase as her cousin, but it’s clear to Reese that Aida doesn’t love Mase like a cousin should.
And then there’s Captain, the inescapable stranger who has connections in Dallas and Rosemary Beach—and who conveniently shows up wherever Reese happens to be. Hot, mysterious, and plain-speaking, Captain isn’t afraid to tell Reese what he thinks about Mase—and how he feels about her.”
I was so excited that finally a new Abbi Glines book was out, I am obsessed with her books and love her stories and her writing. So I preordered it and started reading as soon as it was on my kindle.
I didn’t really know what awaits me in this book because I think that the first book of Mase and Reese was perfect and they didn’t need a second book.
And thats exactly my only critique point. This book was not necessary needed. It stirred all this needless drama between the two main characters. And this is coming from ME…I usually LOVE drama, but here it was just not right. Mase and Reese were (or are xD) a perfect couple and their story contained already the right amount of drama and I was satisfied with the end of the previous book. All this stuff with Mases cousin and that she loves him was just not right. I mean she’s not his real cousin..by blood..but still, it was not right. And I also didn’t like the role of Captain here. He was really arrogant and..I don’t know kind of unlikable. The only purpose of this book was to trigger Captains story.
Despite the fact that I didn’t like the story overly, I still liked it. I mean I read everything from Abbi that I can get in my hands and I enjoyed it, but yeah it was not really necessary.
That review might not seem like I recommend this book, but I think if you´re a fan you´ll still love it and if you got this far in the series you´ll read it and you´ll like it (: