Pages: 352 pages
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The Travis series is quickly becoming a benchmark for me for contemporary romance series. This series is THAT good. And this one was probably my favorite of the series.
I loved Haven. Watching her go though her marriage was heartbreaking, traumatic (for both Haven and the reader) and, quite frankly difficult to read. There is a quite graphic scene of marital rape that one should avoid if that is a trigger. But watching her recover was truly amazing and inspirational. I also loved watching her warm to Hardy because it was definitely a great journey. I didn't like Hardy much in the last book--well the last half Of the book--but he really was an amazing hero. He was stalwart and dependable if a bit scampy at times. I loved how he could be so naughty and playful but he was always there for Haven when she needed him. That is the mark of a really good hero.
I loved this one even more than Sugar Daddy. I didn't think it was possible but it did. Probably because Hardy and Haven got more real estate than Liberty and Gage did. Not that I didn't like Liberty and Gage but I definitely liked the focus in this one better as much as I loved the complexity of Sugar Daddy. I need my romance novels to focus on the couple. Call me simple but I need to see the development and I am happy that I got to see more of it in this one.