Book Four in the Unapologetic Series.
“Death is not the greatest loss of life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live.” —Norman Cousins
Having a taste of paradise, only to have it immediately snatched from your grasp, was without a doubt the most excruciating experience one could have the misfortune of coming across.
River Ellis couldn’t fathom how things had spiraled out of control. Like a domino effect, once it was put into motion, it was unstoppable. One monumental ache after the other.
Did he have enough strength to be the pillar of hope? Or would he cower from life’s punishing blows, tormenting him until he was utterly and hopelessly crippled?
But above all, could he protect the woman he’d vowed to spend the rest of his life with?
Lost a fan
I will not even read let alone buy this book IF it even exists. It doesn’t help that the last undeniably book was horrible
What a joke
I would be embarrassed if I was the author. This has to be the 6 or 7th time she has changed the date it’s been over a year that I started reading this series and waiting for this last book. This is not the first time this has happened with her. I will not read her again.