All he hopes for are moments of calm and a happily ever after.
Hugo and Kevin have lived in chaos for months. As they put their lives back together after tragedy, stability is Hugo's goal.
Hugo is acting again. Kevin hires a nanny to help with the kids as they discover their new normal, and Hugo practically lives full time with Kevin, Brooke, and Finn.
But Erin's parents seek full custody of the kids, claiming Kevin is an unfit father because he's dating Hugo, stirring the pot of chaos again. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Hugo's mere presence is doing more harm than good.
Should he leave them to live in peace or fight for the family of his dreams?
Flare is book three in the North Star Trilogy, a love story that spans twenty years. Friendship, single fatherhood, family life, angst, hurt/comfort, bullying, as well as life's celebrations and challenges are found in this novel. Family is central to this saga that will stick with you long after you finish the series.
Well written, emotional, brilliant...this story captured my attention and heart. I love Hugo and Kevin.