Katherine is always the analytical one of the group. She always seems to have a plan. What happens when a spanner is thrown in the works with a baby? She does what she always does and makes a plan. Only problem is that Theo doesn't like her plan and has one of his own. Will Katherine let her heart override her head for once?
When I first started reading this, I felt like I was missing something. When I went back to check the other books, I had! My bad, I skipped book 3 somehow, and I will be rectifying that mistake quick smart, as Amelia and Tommy’s story sounds pretty good indeed. He is Theo’s twin brother.
In saying that, I still got the full picture of what Katherine and Theodore’s story is all about. Kate, I’m going to call her Kate because I feel I know her well now, is different to the other girls. She needs order and stability and routine. It is hard for her to adapt to change and chaos. Theo is similar to this but he is better at being flexible and can handle little surprises. Even if it comes in the form of a baby. One thing he will insist on, is being present throughout the whole experience. He will not repeat history and follow his own fathers foot steps.
Theo melted my heart with his attention to detail to make everything easier for Kate. He believed in happily ever after and sole mates, but it is not in Katherine to conform to silly notions. Theo knows that to win Kate over is a slow and steady strategy and one he is willing to take for love. Kate on the other hand didn’t deem it possible to fall in love, it’s a chemistry thing. And as much as I wanted to shake her, I understood why she would think that way due to her upbringing. I don’t agree with her, and she finally sees what’s in front of her all along. What I didn’t get was John Banowski’s storyline, it felt out of place and thrown in for an explanation for something and the missing link might be book three, but his actions were a little contradictory. En masse I enjoyed this book and was happy with the full epilogue and the way it closed out the series.
** Reviewed by Monique for JoandIsaLoveBooks Blog.
A sweet, low on angst romance. Well Suited is the final book in the Red Lipstick Coalition series - no surprises here in the way it all ends, Katherine and Theo's HEA is an enjoyable read.
Katherine is my favourite female character in the series. I love her quirky ways, and literal/logical patterns of thinking. She is so cynical about the concept of love, yet finds herself more and more attracted to Theo. He becomes the best part of her days and spending time with him is what she looks forward to the most.
Theo is such a sweetheart. He's so patient, he knows what he wants and is prepared to wait and follow Kate's rules to reach his end goal. He's a smart guy. A great ending to the series.