Coert Yeager has learned to live without the girl who entered his life right when she shouldn't have and exited delivering a crippling blow he never would have suspected. The time in between was full of failing to find what he was missing...and life-altering betrayal.
But when that girl shows up in Magdalene and buys the town's beloved lighthouse, even if Coert wants to avoid her, he can't. A fire in town sparks a different kind of flame that won't be ignored.
As Cady and Coert question the actions of the two young adults they once were thrown into earth-shattering circumstances, can they learn from what came in between and find each other again?
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By Dorsey on 09-11-17
Definitely NOT Going on My KA Favorites Shelf!!
I'm heartbroken that I'm so VERY disappointed in the final book of this series. The storyline was mediocre at best....It feels like KA just threw a book together to end the series. The first two books are great, The Will is one of my absolute favorites.
The best thing about this book was catching up with characters from The Will and Soaring (the first two books in the series) and the side story between the handyman and Cady's niece.
Lastly, the narrator was okay, but, not great....she made the listening of this story (a tiny bit) more bearable.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Jenneal on 08-09-17
This book started out as a 1 to 2 stars read and ended up at a 4. So over all it's a 3.
I had the hardest time with Cady. She wasn't just a doormat, she was the ground underneath it. People treat her horribly and she just goes back to them and apologizes to them like a dog.
Yeah. APOLOGIZES. Even though nothing was ever her fault.
And when she tries to reconnect with Coert, He treats are horribly. Not just horribly, but HORRIBLY.
She just keeps trying.
No matter what he says to her, she just keeps going back. Not only that, but she text him over and over, and even stalks the places he'll be at. She's that crazy, stalkery, ex girlfriend that we usually cringe at.
It. was. Maddening.
Which is saying something for me, because I actually like my heroines soft and sweet. This girl was far, far beyond that.
But things change around at about the halfway mark. I know a lot of people didn't like the last half and thought it was boring, but I thought it was a very much needed. We needed to get that sweet to balance out all that sour.
But what ended up happening was, We get this angsty, horribly unjust, incredibly sad story, and then it completely does a 180 and were drowning in "I love yous."
I just felt it needed to be a little more balanced instead of going from one extreme to the next.
I'm glad I pushed through. KA always brings it . But there have been a few that just didn't thrill me and this was one of them.
But do it. Push through, because it all works out in the end.
Just like KA always manages to do.
Because she's just that brilliant
8 of 9 people found this review helpful