Liam and Samantha were full of angst and anxiety. they seem trapped in a circle they couldn't get out of, the same issues and problems seemed to have no ending. Both looking back on where they came from, with it holding Liam back, not letting him enjoy his present. Samantha’s past, which she thought was done and settled, reared up, making her question her own versions and remembrance’s. But as much as the past ended up integrating itself into the now, neither could hold back the flashes of where they were now. Wanting each other, desire that could not be contained, a need for the other that never went away. And even though they couldn't get out from behind their past, they wanted so desperately to be in the now, to see that future together. When they both finally took that leap of faith, that belief that they could make it past it all, the happiness they had what's more than beautiful. As much as the resolution that Liam and Samantha settle on in their relationship, NOTHING else gets resolved in this book. The mystery, well, let’s add more characters and intrigue. The bad guys, henchmen caught and talking, but about what? And how? And what the why? More pieces of Josh’s story, some insight into Bethany, and the promise of their story coming soon, and a determined former cello player left us intrigued as well…..
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