Living happily ever after has always been part of the plan for Cami and Dylan, but when strange things begin happening around the Wilcock household, Cami simply believes she’s becoming forgetful.
However, when the incidents begin to escalate, both are left feeling vulnerable. Unable to figure out what’s going on, Dylan delves deeper into the mysterious happenings. But when the truth comes out, he finds himself faced with the biggest decision of his life—how far will he go to protect the one he loves?
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Rebecca and Tracy’s Joint review
This book is going to be hard for me to review because I have loved this series from the beginning. The opportunity to have more Cami and Dylan is always a wonderful thing. And we know as with any Lacey Weatherford book, we are going to be put through an emotional wringer and this book sure did that. I say we start this review with what really worked in this book. There was no doubt in their relationship and I love that.
“I’d heard people say that love would continue to grow, but I didn’t really believe it. I thought I had always loved him to capacity, but that capacity continued to constantly expand” ~Cami
I agree. I’ve always loved how devoted Cami and Dylan are to one another. This book is no exception. I love how he loves her!
“I hadn’t believed in things like love at first sight or soul mates, but I’d been proven wrong. Cami fit me perfectly, sliding into my life and becoming the piece I never knew I’d been missing.” ~Dylan
I was also happy that we were able to get some of our favorite characters from the other books back in this book. Russ was still there as the devoted friend. I wondered if there is a book for him coming out sometime. Lacey Weatherford alluding to his love life (or lack there of) made me wonder if maybe we will have more of Russ in the future.
I really hope Russ will have his own book in the future. He needs to find true love.
As much as I wanted to fall in love with this book, I didn’t. Where I loved having more Cami and Dylan, this book was just didn’t hit the mark for me. I had trouble feeling the believability of the character’s dialogue. And unlike the first two books, this book had no subtle angst; everything was just to the extreme. It made the story seem to be too much, it was unrealistic and not relatable.
Sadly, I agree with you. There were just too many tragic incidents in this book. I love emotional angst, but not tragedy, in rapid and sometimes endless succession. One tragic event was barely addressed before anyone one was thrown at me. There was just no breathing room in this one. I think it would have been more believable and poignant to have one or two events addressed fully.
Even though this book didn’t hit the mark for us, we were able to get the closure I always love to have with characters.
I agree! I still adore this series and would read another book about Cami and Dylan.