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  • Great ending for Shaw and Cassidy

    We finally have the conclusion to Shaw and Cassidy's story!!!! What I did not expect was for it to be so emotional. Book 2 left off where Shaw and Cassidy and just had their baby boy, Abraham Whalen Matthew, but we get a fun recap of the baby being born. Great comedy here! I laughed so much, especially at Shaw! Now we fast forward three years to where life isn't all roses anymore for this couple. Shaw has gone on to great things at work, now that he is a partner, while Cassidy has stayed home to raise Abe. Cassidy loves staying home with Abe, but resents how Shaw always puts work first. After one final work interference Cassidy has had enough. She's leaving and taking Abe to Stonington, Maine to live with her family. This causes Shaw to finally take notice. Shaw finally agrees to counseling. Dr. Jeremy Sparling was a hoot. It was fun seeing Shaw and Cassidy go through counseling. It was very apparent that these two love each other but have a lot of pent up frustrations that they each have been holding in. Then when Dr. Kayta Minkov was brought into the picture things got really interesting! ;) Throughout the story Shaw and Cassidy had to deal with their issues head on. Until then, they couldn't truly be happy. Of course, by the end, these two end up happier than they ever were! Overall this was a fun, hot and entertaining story that takes you through many emotions. I really enjoyed the ride these two went on and loved their happy ending!

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  • Bittersweet ....

    I'm sad to see Shaw and Cass's journey end. It's like losing a friend. Having watched this couple go from enemies, to rivals, to lovers and now parents leaves me with a bittersweet feeling. Coming Clean is the powerful conclusion to a rocky and driven love story. Along the way Shaw has exposed more of his tragic past and become a little more open but his heartbreaking past is never far from his mind and remains a barrier to his future with Cass and his son. Falling in love was never the plan for Cass. Her fast paced career was well on it's way to the top when her emotions won out. She's sacrificed much and wants more than a distant lover and a brain full of what is. C.L. Parker, has written a story that is more mature than the others in the Monkey Business Trio series. Coming Clean is about setting priorities and discovering what's important before it's too late.

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  • Excellent

    Loved this!! What a great way to close out the trilogy. This the third book in the trilogy that chronicles the journey of the relationship between Cassidy Whalen and Shaw Matthews and I recommend that you read all three in order. This book picks up 3 years after Getting Rough. Shaw and Cassidy are still together but life is not as wonderful as they know it should be. All Cassidy knows is that she can no longer live this way. She would rather live without Shaw than with him without the passion and fun they used to share. Getting back to what they once had won't be easy but some things are worth fighting for! This is a great, fun series that I would definitely recommend to everyone.

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  • This is a great finale to this trio. Funny, playfu

    This is a great finale to this trio. Funny, playful and real.

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  • Loved it

    4.5 Stars! I barely got to 20% of the second book and I put it aside because it was not engaging enough. I went back to the beginning and I just could not stand these characters, so when I got this installment I was not holding out hope that it would be any different, but to my surprise it was and I loved it! Maybe because the message in this book resonates with me. It's not smooth or lighthearted, but is sometimes entertaining and laugh out loud funny and sometimes makes you think. It's like a handy guide on how to make your relationship work, if a handy guide came in over 200 pages. Riding off into the sunset with your Prince Charming is not the end, like the movies would have you believe. If anything, it's actually the beginning. And for woman like Cassidy who fought for her success in a male-dominated field, being relegated to being a mom without Shaw's support is hard but she loves him and she's smart enough to know that they need the help of a professional to find their way back to each other. For Shaw, not so much. He's got the woman and the kid, now he has to work to provide for them, something his deadbeat parents never did for him. In the process though, he's neglected the ones he's working so hard for and just like a typical male, does not think he needs any help. But he's willing to play along, especially when some of their assignments are of the sexual variety. This is romance but it's also real life and any couple who wants to have it all and has struggled to balance work, family and a relationship has walked this path at some point in their life together. Shaw dealing with his past and getting rid of baggage that weighed down their relationship, both of them remaining open to each other and Cassidy reconnecting with herself and what made her tick were some of the things they needed to do, to re-ignite the spark between them and keep the magic between them alive. I never, ever recommend reading a series from the end but with this series, I did just that and it made me see Cassidy and Shaw in a new light. I enjoyed them so much, their determination to make their relationship work and how far they were willing to go that now I'm ready to try the previous two books again. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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