Camden Poe is the last of The Lucky Three, the surviving Pittsburgh Titans who weren’t on the team plane the night it went down. By all outward appearances, he adjusted to post-crash life well, but inside, he’s wrestling with the guilt of living. Danica Brandt lost her husband in the crash and has struggled to find her way over the last year. Camden and Danica had been friends before the crash, but could they be more after?
The Last of the Lucky Three!
The Last of the Lucky Three! Camden hasn’t had a huge reaction publicly to the crash, unlike the other two, but it seems his survivor’s guilt is really getting to him, especially coming up to the year anniversary of the event. He was good friends with Mitch, and when he sees his widow Danica after being forced to go to a meeting for a group of the survivors and surviving family members, he realizes that there is a bigger picture to the crash aside from himself surviving, and he starts to reach out to Danica to help in any way that he can, not taking Mitch’s place but rather being available to do things that he once did. In talking to Danica, who lost more than her husband in the aftermath, he realizes that he’s attracted to her, and her him, but both feel it might be too soon until they cannot fight their feelings anymore. I hated how back and forth these two were about their feelings and Camden kept making it more about Mitch than the two of them. However, these two get the HEA they both deserve, and we see Danica thrive professionally as well!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Beautiful and Sweet!
What do you do when you find yourself falling for your late teammate’s wife, that’s exactly the problem Camden Poe is facing in this next Titan’s book. A sweet heartwarming story filled with beautiful moments, hot sexiness and the undeniable power of love. Camden and Danica are wonderful characters, their relationship grows into something neither expected and it’s absolutely incredible!
I like this series but she really stretched to write this book. The interaction between Camden and Travis, Mitchz’s son, is cute. The rest of the book is just not good