In the end, I am glad about the decision William made, but sad about why he had to make them. Is no one ever truly happy in these books?!!
I might say that was quite intense. I even remembered myself reacting to those parts that I find really intense. I like how this book depicts stronger emotions. Though this book was more melancholic and heartbreaking than the previous ones, I love how it still showed hope for the characters despite the turn of events. It was a thrilling read and I would love for others to try and read it as well....Continua
The third entry in the series finds Henry and Penelope in a state of awfully-wedded non-bliss. They soon gather their social set together for a winter trip to Florida, where various dramas (the aftermath of Elizabeth's relationship with Will, Diana and Henry's tormented love),rathchet up to the stratosphere. Lina Broud goes on her own emotional roller coaster, with regrets about her past and worries about her future clouding her romantic opportunities in the present. By the end, the drastic choices several characters make leave the reader eager to find out what could possibly happen next. Don't worry about literary quality, consistency, or any other boring thing--go along for this ride, and enjoy it!...Continua