Can their hard-won romance survive a new test of love and devotion?
Cole Alston’s only goal when he returned to his rural hometown was to offload his inherited property and leave. Now, he’s very much in love with Jeremy, and he’s determined to make his own career goals mesh with the life he wants to build here. But an unexpected announcement from Jeremy throws Cole’s carefully ordered life completely off track.
Adjusting to their new normal isn’t easy, but Jeremy Collins is determined to make things work. To build the life he’s always wanted with Cole by his side. Reality doesn’t always place nice with dreams, though, and it will take both men’s strength and love to truly unite as a family.
This is a brand-new conclusion to the Discovering Me trilogy.
The is book 3 of a triology. All three books follow the same couple. So don’t read this book (or review) until you’ve read the first two. Which are totally worth it.
I loved Jeremy and Cole right from the start. I wanted to protect Cole from the world. But Jeremy swooped in. He didn’t “save him” but just helped him be his own person.
And then book 2. Grr. I don’t like disliking a character, but seriously. Bethann was ridiculous. I still don’t think I have forgiven her.
And now, the conclusion to their story. Again Bethann has a HUGE thing to ask Jeremy. Which is like OMG. I kind of get it, but then again- nah. She put Jeremy on the spot. Which in turn causes Jeremy to put Cole on the spot. Not cool.
Working through this big thing brings a lot of feelings up for everyone. Maybe I don’t hate Bethann still. But I also don’t love her.
I am being vague. I get it. But I have to or I will spoil left and right. And I don’t want to do that.
Let’s just say it was a satisfying ending to their trilogy and the epilogue was perfect.
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