Marriage has always meant violence. I don’t trust it, but it’s the only thing keeping me afloat in these dark undercurrents. I married for safety but I got the most dangerous thing in the world—Ronan Byrne for a husband.
Now we’re returning to Bishop’s Landing to face our demons. Mine. His. We have real enemies to conquer, but it’s the fear in my heart that beats the loudest. I can’t stop being in love with him. Except the killer with the heart of stone doesn’t love me.
I don’t know whose family I belong in anymore. Or whether I should stay with Ronan when this is over. But I may not live long enough to make the choice.
The final book of the Series and was PERFECT.
Poppy and Roman don't have an easy life, but they were made for each other. This trilogy has been a rollercoaster of emotion. Untamed is sexy and very steamy; their chemistry was on point from the beginning, omg, so feeling good. I recommend it 100 %
Wowza!! Exciting end to series!
Wowza!! Ronan & Poppy’s world never has a dull moment!! We pick up where Broken Hearts left off, and hit the ground running. It’s so intense, and they’re basically fighting for their lives, while Poppy is also fighting for Ronan. I’m telling you, you cannot put this down! You go through all the feels & emotions here, right along with them. And I totally loved that ending!! 😍
Loved Ronan especially in this series
I loved Poppy and Ronan's final book so much! It is a quick read and like many of the books set in the Midnight Dynasty world the conflicts are resolved quickly, which made for a relaxing reading experience for me, something I have desperately needed the last couple of years. That also leaves lots of room for the couple's relationship development (i.e. my favorite part). Their love story, especially in this third book, is both romantic and steamy. I absolutely loved Ronan's evolution from the their first meeting to their super sweet HEA; he is a dream hero. I wouldn't mind at all reading a book about Poppy's sister Zilla and the "murder accountant" either, LOL. I would likely have preferred to read the entire trilogy all in a row instead of individually like I did, but since this is the final book, it is a perfect time for others to do that.