Format: ebook, paperback
Series: book 3 of Until series
Rating: 18+ for language, sexual content
Goodreads page: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18781540-until-lilly
In the third book, we get to follow Trevor Mayson as he reunites with his ‘boom’ after following down a path that took him away from her.
We first saw Trevor meeting Lilly in the second book in the series, but this book allows us a look at what caused them to break up and what life has been like since then. Trevor thought he was doing what was right for his son, but didn’t know that Lilly also had his daughter. When he sees her again, he fights to get her back in his life, despite everything his ex-wife tried to do to keep them apart.
The grammar is a whole lot better in this book (which was a major negative factor in the first two books), but there are still some run on paragraphs that could have been better to read if they were broken up a little bit.
The story between Trevor and Lilly is sweet and innocent and he’s not as demanding and domineering as the other two brothers that we have met. Yes, he does push a little bit, but knowing that he’s essentially in the dog house with her, he bides his time. The only issues I had with their reunion is that she just forgave him just like that. Most people would have been more angry and not so quick to trust after what happened (or she thought happened) but they essentially picked up right where they left off. A quick sentence showing time would have eased my mind a bit. It just seemed rushed at that part.
The fact that we did already see their relationship in the beginning helped with the fact that they do have history so you don’t necessarily need to show why they loved each other. You understand that. So when they start dating again, you can understand that they were quick to fall in love again. I just wish they had more time before they started dating again.
The conflict in this story was far more interesting then the first two books. While you could kind of predict what was going to happen in a sense, you don’t see the twist at the end of the conflict when it gets resolved. While it was a little out there, it wasn’t that crazy and the way it happened made it believable enough to where you could accept it.
This is perhaps a better book at showing the relationship in regards to development and the grammar being a whole lot better made this story a lot more enjoyable to read. Having some more detail or showing a longer time line may have helped but overall a good book to read while on the beach tanning.
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