Well, it's official - the Mackenzies are damn delicious! I sooo want me one. This book was so good! I can't think of one complaint, and for me--as a critical reader--that's an odd feeling.
Cam and Ainsley's story was as amazing as the first books in the series, and I loved every second of it.
This book had wonderful characters.
The heroine, Ainsley, is a compassionate and strong woman who's been through quite a bit in her life. She is perceptive and opinionated and never shies or hides her feelings for Cameron in front of him, or to herself. She is loyal and wins over everyone who comes her way.
Cameron is a sexy (not surprising, he is a Mackenzie...), kind person wrapped in a harsh exterior and a mask of indifference. He's a wonderfully scarred man, both inside and outside (and girls - we all know how much we love emotionally scarred men), and there is something so endearing in seeing (I mean reading) about a man so big and strong feel fear like that. The deal with his wife is revolting. It's amazing a cute person such as Daniel can come from the woman. Speaking of which...
Daniel is Cameron's son and I enjoyed seeing this child grow. He's definitely turning into a Mackenzie hunk, and he might be one of the smartest Mackenzie's out there! He's got wisdom beyond his years, and...
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