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Learning to be in a committed relationship has been easy for Spencer. In fact, too easy. Andrew has fit into his life seamlessly. Spencer’s let go of his insecurities and hang-ups, and he and Andrew are enjoying where things are headed.
For the first time in years, Spencer’s life is unbelievably perfect. Andrew overthinks everything. So when Spencer gets a phone call from Australia, he’s certain Spencer will push him away.
But instead of driving them apart, maybe it will solidify what they already have. Maybe Spencer will depend on Andrew more than ever. Maybe the Spencer Cohen story will come full circle, and maybe, just maybe, Spencer will have the happily ever after he never thought possible.
This is one of the best endings in a series ever. I loved this book so much. It was wonderful from beginning to end. I loved it so much that I finally have listened to a Jeff Buckley song! Ha, it was good. This book is about falling in love, accepting that you are in love, and family and friends. I wish I knew a Spencer Cohen in real life. He is such a breathtaking character. Such purehearted and loved by many. The book started with Spencer realizing that he was in love with Andrew. Now to many people that wouldn’t be a problem to realize you are in love. But to Spencer who has been hurt and left broken by the people who brought him into the world; it’s hard to love and to let yourself be loved. My heart was so heavy reading this story. It has so many moments where tears were threatening to spill and had spilled. The best thing about this entire series is that N.R. Walker decided to be smart and not give us the cliche miscommunication trope. Thank you so much. I loved that both guys decided to be adults and not mind readers to figure things out. The talked and when they disagreed or didn’t know any better they still talked. Seeing being in a relationship of this caliber for fairly new for both guys and they have to figure out how not to lose themselves in Andrew & Spencer together.
For me this was important. I know what its like to encompass yourself with a person. Love like theirs and mine is all consuming. It’s beautiful. It’s waking up thinking about the persons, it’s funny text messages and continuously thinking about them throughout the day. It’s wanting to spend eternity with this person. It’s them wiping your tears, knowing your fears and loving each other unconditionally without rhyme or reason. This is one of the best romance series that I’ve ever read. Just reading about these two left the biggest smile on my face after every read. I went into this book with trepidation partly because I didn’t want it to end. I still don’t want them to be over. So many things happened in this last book. I really am happy that Spencer was able to get some peace where his family concerns. It might seem selfish of me to be glad that Spencer got away, but it was for his own good and for him to live in his truths. Truths that we see someone in the book felt like they couldn’t live with. I thought N.R. Walker writing about Lewis & Archer was so true and heartbreaking. I cried because Archer is every single person who cannot be themselves who decided it’s to hard to go on. I cried for Spencer and Lewis. I even cried for their parents because their misunderstanding took away the opportunity to love their kids with unconstrained love. So with that being said, I’d recommend this to every romance reader out there. I loved this series, and it’s definitely made it’s way to the top series of 2016! P.S. Will Yanni & Peter receive a novella of some sort?
I’d like to dedicate this review to all the Archer Cohen’s in the world.