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The Baby (Boss) Audio CD – Unabridged, 22 December 2015
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But in the wake of Neil's greatest triumph comes a staggering life change that neither of them is prepared for. Overnight, Sophie finds herself in a new reality, wholly unlike the life she'd planned. As emotions run high, Sophie struggles to reconcile the husband she cherishes with a man she no longer knows, a man she loves too much to let go without a fight.Contains mature themes.
- Publisher : Tantor Audio; MP3 - Unabridged CD edition (22 December 2015)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1494566214
- ISBN-13 : 978-1494566210
- Dimensions : 13.46 x 1.52 x 18.8 cm
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I have really enjoyed this series and mostly because I think Neil is a really good character. Since Fifty Shades, it seems there has been a plethora of weirdo dominant men in newly published books and I've always thought that Neil is a good illustration of someone who is into that lifestyle without being an absolute freak.This book keeps that up but not 100% and overall, I think Neil and Sophie needed a different end to this series.
Firstly, Emma and Michael have been some of the best characters throughout and I think it was a mistake to kill them both off. It almost felt like Emma had been replaced by Gena as a secondary character and that doesn't work for me. I found Sophie and Gena's sex scene really unnecessary and frankly a bit boring. It was almost as if the author had decided to include this whatever else and it just didn't really seem to fit very well.
Secondly I thought Sophie's massive subdrop at the end when she finally had THAT conversation with Neil about what he did was misplaced. We know they talked about it when she visited him and her dealing with that should've been done there rather than waiting until the end of the book. Finally it just seems unconvincing that Neil did what he did when he's been so considerate of Sophie throughout the series and that Sophie's reaction to it seemed a bit superficial. Ditto, the massive change of becoming essentially a parent wasn't brought over with the same depth of emotion we've had previously in the series.
It feels like the author has already moved on to writing a second series about Ian and Penny and book 5 of The Boss suffered as a result of it. I'm sorry about that, because I've loved this series. I'll keep this book but if I want to re-read the series I'll probably skip this one.
The last book was slightly disappointing in parts, especially the part with Gena didn't really work I thought, would have liked more Emir really in fact a book about him would be brilliant (a complicated character)!
So definitely a solid 4 out of 5. But over the whole series a five.
I don't want to say to much and spoil it for others but I recommend reading all the other books in this series before this one but when you get to reading this one make sure you give yourself penalty of time to read it as you won't want to put it down and have tissues at the ready as you will need them.
This book of the series touches base on some really heart breaking issues from loosing a child to the grieving to the giving up it really was a touching story and I really hope this isn't the end of Neil and Sophie's story