Well I if I seem sad it is because I will miss The Knox family. This was by far the best book in the series. We see all of the characters grow up a lot! Gone are the nasty arguments and the tabloid cheating rumors. In place the author gave us some hot scenes and a wedding. Already invested in Kayden and Savannah being together, we move towards their future. The futures of Mya, Braxton, Dixon and Brooklyn all front and center.
To be a included in the bachelorette party was just wonderful!
There are a few things I liked that I am probably alone in commenting on is Envy. I was so happy that Savannah was still working. It shows that there is more to the story than just being rich and then marrying rich. The character development and growth was definitely present here. That was refreshing alone!Also for Brooklyn, she was still doing her soap opera and flying between California and Texas. For me seeing some work ethic in these two characters was important.
Then there is Reagan. He is the best friend and brother figure to Savannah. I dont want to spoil this but I need to give some props to the author. There is a significant scene where he feels like he is left out. I felt so bad for him! He felt alone realizing that Savannah was getting married and sort of wouldnt have time for him. Being still single and carefree was great for him, but he feels like he is losing a few best friends.
Then there is my other love Dixon. I really hope I am not alone saying he deserves his own book. Him and Brooklyn are so important to the story’s sub character.
Lastly I loved the suspense. There are a few nail biting chapters. You are all in for a treat. I am so happy to have seen this author grow and show some serious promise. Between book 1 and 4 there was a dramatic difference in the characters and dialogue. I look forward to a lot more from her. Oh and I mentioned before I want more Dixon, his voice needs to be heard.