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    Good end to series

    Embracing the Fire is the third and final book in Miss Stevens’s Through Hell and Back series. Though they can be read as standalones and each features a different couple, the long-running story of the three foster brothers and the man interconnected characters mean this is one that’s best read in order. Like the others, Embracing the Fire is a hurt/comfort romance that’s fairly heavy on the angst. While I found Brandon and Tash’s story as compelling as the previous couples, I wasn’t pulled into the story until further along in the book and thought the relationship lacked as palpable an emotional and physical connection as the other couples. The slower build made sense given Brandon and Tash’s personalities, but in this case it made it harder to connect. I also found some of the angsty conflicts a bit overblown in Embracing the Fire, more so than in the previous stories. That said, I liked the characters overall. I also really enjoyed the brothers’ reunion. Since the first book, I’ve been looking forward to those moments and, for the most part, they were all that I imagined they would be. I appreciated that there were some surprises as the book wrapped and the epilogue was chock full of all the moments fans of the series will look forward to reading. The Through Hell and Back series would be a good choice for readers who enjoy hurt/comfort romances and don’t mind a considerable amount of angst for the characters to wade through while chasing their happily-ever-after. I certainly think Embracing the Fire was a solid end to the series and was really happy the author tidied up any loose ends with the couples and secondary characters and plotlines. *Reviewed audiobook for Alpha Book Club*
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