Can a reformed player ever truly play by someone else's rules?
Sam Walsh has finally put an end to decades of self-destruction, turned over a healthy new leaf, and now he's ready to call himself a married man. But love and marriage are only the beginning, and life is about to get much more complicated.
Will tying the knot tie down a free spirit?
Tiel Desai never imagined herself getting married again, and before she can blink, she's swept up into the Walsh wedding whirlwind. If that chaos isn't enough, she's also busy winning over her future in-laws, grappling with a bumpy adjustment to her new job, and staying afloat when a string of disappointments hit.
They're building a future, but can they ever fully demolish the past?
Sam and Tiel beat back their demons and learned to love each other, but love might not be enough to solve every problem that crawls their way.
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Follow Up you need from Book 3: Loved it!
This is the book I needed for when I finished Necessary Restorations. Although I felt complete at the end of Sam and Tiel's story, there was a part of me that did want to learn more from their POV.
Reading Necessary Restorations is a necessity and all the books before. This book fits in the timeline and gives you insight to these characters interworking. As I stated before, Sam and Tiel are beautifully complex. And Kate Canterbary delivers an imperfect HEA. Because seriously, isn't that how real life is? Again the story gives you a mass of emotions without being 'ruined' and some great insight for the other Walsh members. I didn't expect this book to be any easier, and trust me, Ms. Canterbary delivers on this. But you'll become deeper engrossed in the tale and addicted for more Walsh family stories.
I find once I have an author that weaves a story that captures my attention, I will be forever drawn. It's hard to put into words how she captivates this reader, but this will be one series I know I will find myself re-reading over again like a favorite TV drama you binge everytime it comes on. 5 out of 5 stars.
Sam and Tiel's relationship is perfectly messy but filled with unconditional love and acceptance that both of these wounded characters so richly deserve. They are finally successful in shedding the weight of crushing family drama and some heartbreaking marital hardships they finally find the source of their strength and I absolutely loved this long desired happily-ever-after. Kudos to the author for creating the irreverent Walsh siblings and for offering comfort to those of us who long to conquer family strife, whether that means fighting through the detritus or walking away, dignity intact.
Best series ever! A must read!!