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Beyond Repair (Love & Repair, #3) by Chelsea…

Beyond Repair (Love & Repair, #3)

by Chelsea Camaron

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If you’ve read this series from the beginning Harrison character has been around since the first. He was deployed for most of the other books but due to an injury is now back. In the previous book we got a glimpse of him with Tiffany who we weren’t given enough of a back story on to really like based on what we saw of her. We knew they had an ugly breakup and that Harrison had moved on with Sophie who herself had quite a few secrets and was always upfront that sex was the only part she wanted in a relationship. In this book we finally find out about all three of them and even though I really liked all the previous books in the series this was defiantly my favorite. Tiffany and her childhood friend Matt grew up together and were as close as brother and sister and Matt protected her from her mean father. Neither of them had the greatest fathers and came to depend on each other. Matt went on to join the Marines and became good friends with Harrison which is how he and Tiffany met. They started out as friends before having an on/off again relationship for 6 years before Tiffany got scared and broke things off in a very hurtful way to Harrison. They haven’t spoken in over 2 years when suddenly she shows back up in Harrison’s life with devastating news. We get to see that the stuck up snobbish persona that Tiffany showed everyone but Matt was not the real her. It was a defense mechanism to protect herself and now with her best friend dead she is struggling on how she will be able to make it without the friend that had been her rock for most of her life. Harrison who thought he knew the real Tiffany see’s that maybe he misjudged her and the two bond in friendship again over the death of their friend. Their road back to each other doesn’t happen for a while though. She needed to break free of her father and find herself as a person and decide on a new career path in something she wanted to do. Harrison is still involved with Sophia and wants to take their relationship to the next level when she finally comes clean about why that will never happen. Eventually fate brings them back together. The epilogue was great getting see everyone happy and with kids. This was a good series with heartbreaking circumstances and a great cast of characters you come to love ( )
  CindySnS | Oct 26, 2016 |
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