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This was such a heartfelt book. I miles and Greeley both had baggage that they tried to navigate and just get by. When they first meet it’s not all rainbows and hearts in their eyes, no they butt heads and don’t get along but Gresley is in a bad situation with little hope and takes Miles offer to help him in his aquatic therapy. She’s a ballerina and his a drummer, he experienced probably two of the worse things a person could and he’s just skating by, they both share pain in injuries but also on an emotional level where they connect. I absolutely adored them together they had great chemistry and Miles was the sweetest alpha ever.… (more)
 
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readonreader | Jan 5, 2024 |
**I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest voluntary review. All opinions are my own and not influenced by my source.**

I think it's safe to say that this entire series has been leading up to Logan's story. I know I've spent the better part of this series wondering who would be the perfect match for Logan--and what secrets he holds--so I was eager to read his story.

I will be the first to admit that this book did take me awhile to get into it. The main reason is that it takes a long time for these two to even come within the same orbit of daily routine. We spend a good portion of the first quarter getting glimpses into their individual everyday lives and problems. So in that respect, it was great for the character development because I had a great understanding of the characters's backstories and all their layers.

Jayne Frost has this great ability to write uniquely complex characters in each of her stories and she succeeds once again with these two. Logan is an absolute charmer and unlike any rockstar lead I've encountered in my many reads. He's complex and layered and I dare you not to fall in love with him. And Tori is someone we've seen along the way numerous time but never fully knew, so I enjoyed getting that deeper understanding of her character.

This romance is the definition of "slow burn". It takes a good amount of time for them to start scratching beneath the surface of who the other person is. But that works to the story's advantage because you know how perfect these two are for each other and the anticipation of waiting for them to discover it is wonderful.

As a whole, this is a great finale to the Caged Saga of this series. When I think back to that first novel in the series, it's crazy how well this series as developed. In a way, everything has come full circle and we get this great closure on this one chapter of this universe while building up future sagas. I know I can't wait for more stories and to see what Jayne Frost will come up with next!

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Actual Rating: 4/5
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seriesousbooks | Sep 10, 2018 |


I really loved the journey of these two characters. For me, this was a story about two people finding themselves with a little dash of romance thrown in and I couldn't get enough!

Both characters have their everyday struggles and that made them so real to me. Their struggles are so human and humbling that you truly connected with them. They have a lot of stuff to work through as people and they show that the path isn't always straightforward or simple. I was so invested in the outcome, whatever it might be, and I had a hard time putting this book down.

I'm a huge romance fan and I like to see my relationships spelled out for me. I find this series has plenty of steam and the characters have great chemistry but the development of said romance takes a bit of a back seat to the character development. I knew to expect that with this book as well though I would have loved to see them establish that connection a little more for the romantic in me.

However, I appreciated the obstacles they had to overcome and realized that is the whole point of this story. It isn't necessarily about finding love but overcoming your past to build a better present so you can embrace the future.

It's a beautiful story.

This series just gets better and better the further we delve into it and I can't wait for the next book!

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Actual Rating: 4.5/5
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seriesousbooks | 1 other review | Feb 7, 2018 |
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I love rockstar novels and I've been reading them a lot lately. So this one seemed like an obvious choice to me.

Overall, I enjoyed it. I loved that it was told solely from a male POV, something that isn't done much in adult contemporary novels. It put a unique spin on a story I have read many times before. Especially when Cameron is a bit of a jerk--it made for great character development. There were also some good little twists along the way so that also kept things interesting and flowing nicely.

Why I gave this book a 3 and not a 4 is because I wanted the romance to develop more. I easily got over the insta-lust connection--it was expected. I just wanted to see this couple develop more in their relationship. It just felt a little rushed to me but I think that is something that will be solved in later books.

I'm looking forward to the sequel. Overall it is a solid debut and I could see this series being very addictive later on!

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