A love of a lifetime . . .
Leaving Belmont Clarkson is the hardest thing Sage Alexander has ever done. From the moment they met, she knew Belmont was the one, and getting up close and personal with him on his family's epic road trip has taken her desire to a new, even hotter level. But there's no way she can go there---not without revealing secrets that could devastate them both.
Losing Sage is not an option. Belmont's heart is hers, has always been hers. He knows she's hiding something from him, but nothing will stand in his way of telling her just how much she means to him. Finding her is easy---saving her from her past could cost him everything.
What an incredibly intense read! Book 4 continues with Belmont and Sage making the journey to New York for the Polar Plunge. This was Belmont's mothers dying wish, for all four of her children to do this together. They all started out on the road trip and with each book, a sibling battled their demons and found love.
It seems Tessa Bailey saved the most wounded for last. Belmont and Sage both have so many demons they are dealing with. They've dealt, up to this point, in a co-dependency that Sage knew wasn't healthy. She knows this because her parents have done the same thing for her whole life. Leaving her feeling abandoned and living on the outskirts.
This whole book was just intense. The way Belmont needed Sage, it was as if he couldn't breath without sharing the same air as her and yet he never felt he could truly have her. Sage has her own issues to deal with, but also tried everything she could to help Belmont with his. He comes off as weighed down by his issues and yet he was probably the strongest of them all.
Too Beautiful to Break is an appropriate title for these two people. The love and determination displayed was powerful and inspiring. It was a great ending to the series. ARC provided by NetGalley.
I hated it
I’m the type of person that needs to know the end so I did just skip through to the end to see how it ended. I really tried but this book was a no. I hated their relationship.