Harper and Eric are now faced with trust issues. Can they survive their enemies and find a path to love and forever?
The third and final book in the Filthy Trilogy.
Book one: The Bastard
Book Two: The Princess
Still worth the read
This was definitely a great trilogy. First time reading this author and I am pleased. I tend to like details about characters and more going on in a book than just sex and she delivers. Loved the first two books. So that being said, this book disappointed me a bit. There was a point in the middle about 100-125 pages where Eric and Harper were getting into arguments and having sex in the middle and then making up about the same issues over and over again. I could’ve done without that and provided a better and longer epilogue. There were details that kept coming up that were never concluded or further explained(I follow details) after all the treacherous behavior from this family I was waiting for the Hammer to be dropped on them and it didn’t happen. Loved the supporting characters, SAVAGE is so adorable can’t figure out why lol. Long story short I wanted Eric to get justice and better developed epilogue but still worth the read.
I love the complexity but easy to follow story. The need that Harper and Eric have for one another makes this a beautiful, sexy love story. I wish there was more. I would love to hear how their lives continue to pan out!
Story dragged out to much
I felt like this book went on and on with the same thing over and over. It was drug out way to much. I would have rather had less of the same drama and more on the happy ending. Also if I read one more passage of him “tangling his fingers in her hair” I was going to lose my mind! I bet that phrase was used 50 times at least!!