by Cynthia D'Alba
Series: Texas Montgomery Mavericks, #7
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: April 12, 2016
When Fate tosses you in the deep end, it’s time to sink or swim.
Lydia Henson’s four-year-long engagement to Jason Montgomery is about to end in a Texas wedding everyone is anticipating. She’s come to accept Jason doesn’t want children. She can live without children. She can’t live without the man she loves.
Jason has never wanted a family. At least, that’s his story and he’s sticking to it. The falsehood is less emasculating than the truth. Yet when tragedy on the eve of their wedding lands Lydia with her sister’s children to raise, Jason finds himself surprisingly calm in the midst of the chaos.
Everything he swore he didn’t want seems as natural as breathing. But just as he gathers the courage to grab for the golden ring, another unexpected twist threatens to tarnish what could have been a shining future.
Warning: Sticky fingers and dirty diapers can change a couple forever.
Knowing this was the last book in a much loved series already had me feeling a little sad and nostalgic. Opening on what should be a wonderful scene of love and family and happily ever after, the sense of foreboding was thick!
After the immediate tragic event and life being tossed into a whirlpool of changes and unknown, I appreciated the staying true to the characters we've grown to know and love. Jason does whatever he can to show his true feelings. The story continues with realistic ups, downs and child raising adjustments.
I liked that we were given a chance to revisit what we love so much about these Montgomery men and their families. If you have not rea d previous books in the series, you will learn some of what you've missed. For those who have read one or more, we want to revisit Bar M ranch and do it again.
This is a warm, huggable ending to a beloved series, that still manages to take the reader on a rollercaoster emotional ride.
Best Epilogue ever!
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I did receive a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.