Author: Nelle L'Amour
Publisher: Nelle L'Amour
Release Date: 15 May 2014
Series or Standalone: Trilogy Series
Genre: New Adult Romance
The steamy and suspenseful conclusion to the bestselling THAT MAN trilogy!
Let’s cut to the chase. A sweet little Midwestern girl with a dimpled smile had shown me there was a connection between my cock and my heart. She was in my bloodstream bringing them together. Making me feel emotions and sensations I’d never felt with anyone.
The Kiss had changed everything. The painting had turned my heart upside down and torn me apart. I could no longer deny my feelings. I missed him for only one reason. I was in love.
Blake and Jennifer finally succumb to their passion and are unable to get enough of one another. A shocking discovery, however, threatens to pull them apart. And danger looms.
Will the two of them survive an outside force that promises to bring their love to a cruel and tragic end ?
I don't even know where to begin, except to say that I really, really don't want to let go of this series! First, I love how TM2 and TM3 literally pick up at the end of the previous book, so you don't have to wonder about how much time has passed between installments; that somehow improves the fluidity of the storyline, there's none of that having to provide flashbacks to earlier parts of the story (all except for the first Shabbat flashback-pure comedy my friends!)
With this final book in the series, it was interesting to see the change in Blake from the ultimate player to being in love and dealing with the consequences of some of his earlier actions that finally come to light. Jen on the other hand seemed to be all over the place with her emotions in regards to her relationship with Blake; but I could also understand why she felt that way. When I was initially reading the book, I immediately thought that she overreacted during two separate occasions, but now that I've had time to process the story more, do I still think she went overboard? Maybe, but given what she (and we) know about Blake's playboy reputation is what makes this a great story, because it caused that angst and confusion about how their story would play out.
But wait, there's more! I'm not going to tell you, but let's just say Chapter 23 is intense and nerve-wracking, but the end resolution is one I think you'll be satisfied with. And the epilogue? Well-written with just enough emotion that once you reach the final sentence, it's what you wanted to read, but yet you might feel that tiny bit of emptiness that you're at the end of this wonderful trilogy.
I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.