Funny, sweet and moving.
This book starts out a bit on the abrasive and heartrending side. But with its very apt title, the story about Reagan and Pete takes us calmly and carefully through a road filled with hope, laughter and happiness leading to complete healing, acceptance and love.
I just can’t get enough of the Reed brothers. They all have different personalities, yet they’re all laid back, funny, perceptive and thoughtful. We get a bit of each in this third installment, but I’ll take Reagan’s words to describe Pete “I can’t help it if you’re made to stare at.”
And Reagan, her past circumstances gave her a vulnerable side, but she’s also strong, honest, straight forward and witty.
“Apparently, my inner goddess is a slut. Yeah, I read Fifty Orgasms.”
There’s also a very touching and important underlying topic encompassed in this book.
“Every woman is someone’s daughter. Someone at home loves her.”
4.5 stars 😀