Summer heats up in this third book in the No Weddings Series, where Cade Michaelson strives to balance his and Hannah Martin’s new relationship with the growing demands of his financial success.
Waiting for Hannah has been the best and worst kind of torture. Now I can claim her as mine. We believe we’re done with the past and can move forward together.
Hannah grows stronger than ever as she trusts in me—trusts in us. And when obstacles appear, she shows a surprising fierceness that rivals my own.
However, all is not perfect in paradise. Things get chaotic while I try to juggle multiple businesses, an ex from hell, and a girlfriend I’d do anything to keep. And in the middle of the whirlwind, I recklessly think I can handle everything.
But when all the madness is over, will I have everything I want—will I still have Hannah?
How can you move forward when your past keeps forcing their way into your present?
That’s what hot as hell couple Cade and Hannah are dealing with in the third instalment in the No Wedding’s series. “Cannah’s” (see what I did there!) relationship is going from strength to strength. There are too many sexy times to count and will leave you wanting more.
Everything is going swimmingly for them personally, relationship wise and career wise. That is till ‘selfish bitch Madison’ trolls her way back into Cade’s life. Even reading this made me wanna scratch her eyes out. She practically crippled him and she just wants to waltz back in and be forgiven and pick up where they left off. Not going to happen and I’m pleased to say it was Cade setting the boundaries for her, not Hannah.
I love the alternating point of views. I love knowing what’s going on in Cade’s head. And the other thing I really enjoyed in this book was the psychology of Madison. She’s mentally unwell, she clearly hasn’t been in the 12 step program and if she has, she’s seriously not working the steps, but again, this highlights just how much of a manipulator and how unstable she is. The best thing Cade could do for her was to cut all ties and when he does, it almost costs him Hannah.
The ending in this book had me wanting to give my kindle a hug. I know Cade has met his equal and vice versa in return for Hannah. I am thoroughly loving this series and moving straight into the next book, Three Christmases.
I’m interested to know if there will be any branch off novels of the reoccurring characters and I’m loving the covers in this series. I look at them and know exactly whose books they are.
I bought this book with my own money.
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