Format: ebook, paperback
Series: book 6 of Jade series
Rating: 16+ for language, sensual content
Goodreads page: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22567734-finding-us?from_search=true
In the 6th book in the series, Garrett and Jade adjust to married life as they start college at a new school in California. They quickly see that their happy ever after is still an arm’s length away.
Of course over the summer, the couple felt on high and were stuck in that honeymoon phase of married life and quickly see that all good things will come to an end. The things that were complicated in their relationship before they got married are still there and don’t get any better after they get married. Like most couples, they argue about money, spending time with one another, and secrets that they both like to keep from one another.
Through and through, though, Garrett and Jade always find a way to get through whatever life throws their way. They have each other and they know that their love can endure anything. At least that’s what they think.
No matter where the series goes you are going to be rooting for Garrett and Jade through it all. Even though that they had gone through enough as it is, you had to know that it wasn’t going to be that easy for them.
Everhart does a good job at intertwining the mystery of the organization into the story. Unlike the other stories, the insertion of the organization into the story didn’t feel forced and it mixed well with what she is trying to do. Or least what I think that she is trying to do.
That pesky organization comes back into their lives and looks like they are not quite ready to let go of Garrett and the Kensington name. Of course, we don’t know what they want but I’m sure we will figure that out in the next book.
The ending is quite the cliffhanger and will leaving with too many questions and roads that the story can go. The story builds up to what is going to be a great next book as we try and figure out what the organization wants with Garrett and how deep does this organization goes.
The only bad thing about this series is that we don’t know how many books are going to be in. We know of at least one more, but depending on how that one comes out, there may be more. If Everhart can keep it interesting enough, then she might find success but she will run into the problem of finding a good way to end the series and not do what movies do and not know when to stop making sequels.
What do you think of the book?