The Gallagher Brothers series from NYT Bestselling Author Carrie Ann Ryan concludes with the final brother who thought he had everything to look forward to, and the one woman who can handle him.
Life isn’t worth living if you don’t fight to live. That’s what Murphy Gallagher learned at a young age when cancer ravaged his body not once, but twice. Over the course of his survival, he lost his parents and his childhood, but he’s been healthy for years and has become a man he hopes his family is proud of. But when his world tilts on its axis yet again, he’ll have to learn what it means to fight not only the unknown but also his attraction to his best friend.
Tessa Stone works hard and plays harder. She’s spent her life trying to figure out who she is in the present rather than looking back. Yet when she’s forced into close proximity with Murphy, she’ll have to not only be his rock but learn how to relax enough to maybe let him be hers, as well. But seduction doesn’t stop when the world seems to, and close encounters of the naked kind might just be the first step in something much more complicated than either of them bargained for. Life, though, is for living, after all.
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A great book to end the series
Wow, OMG, sucking in of breath, noooooooo are some of the words and emotions I used for this book. It was blinking brilliant, a great edition and last book for the Gallagher brothers series by the genius that is Carrie Ann Ryan. I loved this book and my heart was pounding as I read about Murphy's diagnosis and then his best friend. Then I was left astounded when as I read I knew or had an inkling who the baddie was. Murphy is the youngest brother of the Gallagher's and has survived leukemia as a youngster twice and making a friend in Max who was going through the same. He is tired, cranky and his muscles ache but he thinks nothing of it as he plays with his neice. It's not until Tessa sees the bruising that all hell let's loose. It's CLL another adult form of leukemia. As he under goes treatment he sees his long time friend Max who also has the disease again. As time goes on tessa and Murphy get closer together all the while not knowing that someone from her past might be stalking them. Someone close to Murphy dies as they are in a chair next to each other and he is heart broken. A massive amount of emotions were going through me through that chapter and I did cry a little. I can admit to that. The blast from the path comes back at Liz's wedding and tragedy strikes but who is the victim? Will Murphy survive this last bout of illness? That would spoil the book and you need to buy it. I thoroughly recommend the Gallagher brother series. I devoured the book from from the first page to the end in one sitting. I voluntarily reviewed this book as an advanced reader copy.