The relationship between Elizabeth and Weston is a turbulent one. It looked like they were going to finally get their happily ever after in the previous book, but then it kind of ended on a bit of a bombshell. This book continues on and although these two love one another, he is concerned his past will drive her away, which it doesn't. The surprise he received at his wedding is the greatest risk to their relationship. There was so much push and pull, and I hoped they'd be able to survive. Then an unexpected offer changes everything and I realised, all was not lost. I enjoyed this series. Probably not quite as much as Donovan's story, but it was still an enjoyable read.
I have terrible bookzheimers's so I had forgotten what happened at the end of the first part of this duet - however it didn't take me long to remember where the story was going.
After their marriage, when things should be starting to settle down and their sham relationship is becoming real - spanners are thrown in the works and life is not going to be as easy as they thought it might.
Oh, how I love the sexual tension between Elizabeth and Weston. And ooh la laaa those sexy times 🔥🔥
But ugh - why didn't they talk things out when they happen? We all know that this non-communicado thing always causes issues, and I wanted to slap some sense into Weston!
A character that I didn't particularly like in the first part of the duet I came round to liking - I guess all is not as it seems at times.
Our lovelies do really fight for the HEA, and I for one was glad to be taken on that journey with them.