Loved this one! Whereas the last book had some rushed elements, this one flowed smoothly and filled in all the blanks it generated.
The first part of the book covers Mia and her men on their honeymoon - all the activities they get up to, and how they adjust to being around each other 24/7. When they return home, they all go back to their homes of origin, splitting them up. But Mia is determined to make things work, and as things start to align, other opportunities arise that make it even better for them. As they adjust and grow in their 'real life' relationship (as opposed to their holiday one), Mia finally begins to think that everything just might work out for them.
I loved how it all came together - the opportunities presented were realistic and also built on themes from the earlier books (like Elias hating his job at the bank). The love between them all was evident, and we finally got to see more of Arjun and what he and Mia were like together which was nice.
Definitely a contemporary RH romance that I would recommend and I'm sure I'll re-read the series again in the future.