I Loved It
Harper Sloan definitely saved the best for last! I have been intrigued by Maddox Locke since Axel and it was killing me to know his story was the last in the Corps Security series, but man, was his story the best!
Maddox has been the rock for the woman of the Corps Security men for so long, helping them get the happily ever after they deserved, but the one that needs him, he has been pushing away. Emmy, my heart broke for her in Beck, and not getting to see her much in Cooper was horrible, and after finding out her past, wow!
Getting to finally find out about Maddox’s back story, and why he is the way he is, was heartbreaking. Combine Emmy’s past and your heart will split into two for these two.
The road of these two characters hasn’t been easy, through out the whole series, Maddox has been pushing Emmy away, so it wasn’t far fetched for the reader to know that their story in this book wouldn’t come easy either. There is a ton of things these two need to work through, for them to finally come together and be happy, and that path is a lot harder and more painful that I could have imagined.
Maddox helps Emmy move forward from the horrible things she’s gone through, and Emmy being Emmy definitely helps Maddox work through all of his demons, and move on with his life.
I absolutely loved this story, and it was definitely my favorite of the series. I loved the epilogue of this book and how everything came together and we got to see how all of the couples ended up in the future. I am so excited to see that we will sometime in the future be getting Cohen’s story. That boy, he cracks me up , and seems to be the most reasonable person in the whole series. He says the things people don’t want to say, or don’t want to hear, and people listen!
One person that definitely needs to be talked about in this series is Sway. When he was first introduced, I thought he was CRAZY, but as we continued to get to know him throughout the series, I fell in love with is character. The part he plays in this story, is so beautiful, and I loved how we got a glimpse into his past as well.
Maddox and Emmy’s story is heartbreaking, and beautiful, and the words just seem to come to life when reading. Harper Sloan hit this book out of the ballpark, and I am definitely looking forward to any book she releases in the future.