Lia Riley's Off the Map series comes to a stunning conclusion.
Love is their best adventure yet . . .
Talia Stolfi is deeply in love with the brooding Aussie surfer who stole her heart-but their infrequent letters only get her so far. While she fulfills her dream of being in the Peace Corps, a dangerous condition jeopardizes her life . . . and threatens to shatter her heart.
After nearly losing Talia forever, Bran Lockhart sailed to the stormy seas at the ends of the earth. Deep down, he knows that all roads worth traveling lead back to the beautiful California girl with the sunny smile. There's no denying that he belongs with her, but to have her by his side means Bran must dare to do something he's never done before: hope.
Everything they've fought for has come down to this moment. Can Talia and Bran discover the courage to claim their future and learn that sometimes, in order to earn true love, you need to venture off the map?
Riley (Sideswiped) delivers an emotionally touching, not-to-be missed conclusion to the Off the Map trilogy. Series protagonists Talia and Bran both narrate this book with angst, sensitivity, and passion as they realize that "sometimes, it's in the unexpected where the magic happens." Talia didn't plan on a serious medical condition cutting short her Peace Corps assignment, and Bran wasn't expecting to put his dream of exploring Antarctica on hold for her sake. Though Bran doesn't think twice about traveling to Sacramento, Calif., to be by Talia's side, he is troubled by her reverting to old behaviors. But he isn't without his relapses either, putting their relationship once again on a see-saw path. Tension is high as family drama, ghosts from the past, and job insecurities plague the couple. As they realize it's their love that makes them strong, they embark on another soul-searching adventure that will leave readers cheering. Riley writes a captivating story from beginning to breathtaking end.