Beckett Taylor’s quest to be a better man has brought Eve Hartt back into his life, but sometimes it feels like they’re bound together with barbed wire. Though he longs to love her without causing her pain, the wreckage of their past continues to crash down around them. Yet with the help of this brothers—and for his brothers—Beckett won’t stop trying. He’s determined to make them all a family, to make a life they want to live, and to make Poughkeepsie a place that’s safe to live that life. He can feel their futures balanced precariously on his shoulders: Blake and Livia and their children, Cole and Kyle and the new baby they’ve just brought home, and Eve…always Eve. He wants their dreams to be real. But murderers don’t just get Happily Ever After handed to them. They have to wrench it away from Satan himself. Good thing Beckett is prepared to do just that. After all, saving Poughkeepsie is the only way his story ends. Prepare your heart and your head for a wild ride in this final installment of the Poughkeepsie Brotherhood series. Debra Anastasia does not disappoint as she weaves the last chapter of a story that blends true love, turbulent emotions, and life’s harsh realities into an uplifting tale that calls to the good in each of us.
Ruining more lives in the process of trying to protect family. It's bittersweet.
Saving Poughkeepsie starts with a short recap on all the main characters. Basically an update on what has transpired in the four months since the conclusion of Return to Poughkeepsie.
It written in riddles I'm confused once again. All this planning is tedious and uninteresting to the reader. Get on with the show and move the story along.
Normal is boring in a story like this with characters like Beckett and Eve. I'm not looking for normal. It's so tedious and torturous to read through.
All these people are drowning. There is too much turmoil in their worlds. Too many people want to see them hurt. Too many people do not feel they deserve happiness. It's so depressing.
This story is trying my patience. The first story was all about Livia and her pain. Then it was Kyle and her pain in the second story, and now it's about Eve and her pain. All these women want is to have a normal life. Livia finally has it with Blake and Kyle has it with Cole. All that's left is Beckett and Eve. The brothers want to see Beckett live a legit normal life.
There are too many side stories to keep to track of. The main story is cluttered with the mini nonsense.
It's too good to be true at how many people both Beckett and Ryan know, especially with them all owing them favors.
It was an arduous process but a slow and peaceful ending to an interesting story.