We thought our lives were starting, but our nightmare is just beginning.
Belle changed me. She made me a better man. But I’ll have to accept the monster I once was if I’m going to protect our future.
Because we’ve let something dark into our home, but it won’t break us. Nothing—and no one—will come between us. No matter what sins I have to commit.
What a wild ride for Belle and Smith!
What a wild ride for Belle and Smith! After the major cliffhanger we get in the previous book, I really wasn’t sure where the storyline was going, and I was highly anticipating this book. Geneva did NOT disappoint! With Belle feeling like she is going crazy and weird things and situations continuing to happen at the estate, Smith decides to take control and look into the stories and past of the estate, thinking it has to do with that as to why these things are happening. Throughout that, we see Belle and Smith’s relationship grow stronger in addition to seeing them establish themselves as parents. We see a whole different side to Smith when he becomes a parent, which is something he never thought he would be able to do. I also really love that Geneva highlights PPD through the eyes of Belle, as it is extremely common but not talked about (especially in books). The ending of this totally surprised me and I didn’t see it coming as to who is behind everything – turns out the past doesn’t actually stay dead and buried and this couple ends up finding this out firsthand. I’m excited to see what happens in the future with all of these characters! I can’t get enough of this book world!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Mixed up series
This is book has to be read AFTER “Breath Me”. You cannot read this series as numbered. What a HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT! Love the series, hate I knew the resolution before the problem!!!! I feel like I wasted a lot of money because of the mixed up way the books are sold.
Love At Heart
Geneva delivered yet again. Her mix of true to life issues, mysterious happenings, the many romantic escapades and interludes of Belle and Smith makes it difficult to put it down. Geneva can weave a plot and then leave you hanging. I love the Royal Saga, so if you haven’t started the series begin it today with Command Me. If you are following this saga then this is another page turn to the very end and it leaves you wanting more.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.