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    Amazing

    This was well worth the wait. I loved this series. Can't get enough of Tommy and Prophet. SE Jakes is the best.
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    At last

    Totally worth the wait. I read it in one sitting, couldn't put it down.
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    So Worth the Wait!

    Fans of SE Jakes’ “Hell or High Water” series, the wait is over. Trust me when I tell you it was worth it! The fourth and final episode of Prophet and Tom’s story, If I Ever, has all the action, drama, double dealing, and steamy hot and dirty sex I require in an SE Jakes novel. This one is spectacular! I don’t want to spoil too much, but since it’s promised in the dedication, I can say that our boys do finally get their happily-ever-after. Before that happens however, Prophet has to face up to some tough obstacles. Throughout this series, Ms. Jakes has been slowly revealing the details of what really went down with John, and it comes to a head in If I Ever. Through flashbacks we finally get the whole story. This insight into Prophet and John’s relationship, seeing the pivotal moments that changed everything, and watching Prophet put it all together... is intense. Between facing ghosts from his past and coming to grips with his inevitable blindness, Prophet is finally able to truly let down his walls and allow Tom to see him bare and vulnerable. Tom’s been waiting a long time for this moment, and the intimacy between these two men is gorgeous. If I Ever also opens up some unfinished business for the rest of the guys in the “Hell or High Water” series. While this is the final installment in Prophet and Tom’s story it’s not the end. SE Jakes assures us our boys will make a few appearances in the next two episodes in her “Dirty Deeds” series, due out late 2019. So if you haven’t read Dirty Deeds, the first book of Mal and Cillian’s story, you have something to enjoy while the rest of us wait, because this collection is best read in order.
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    Plenty of twists and a satisfying conclusion

    I waited to start this series until all the books were out, so all the past events leading to this final book are very fresh in my mind. Even so, the multiple plotlines converging had me spinning and rereading at times as I tried to make sense of things. I don’t know if this was intentional by the author or simply a result of having to reconcile multiple storylines and reveal long held secrets within a single novel. Similarly, the pacing was a little unsettling. The scenes were fast and sometimes had erratic shifts, jumping to different characters’ locations and occasionally back in time, keeping me as off kilter as Tom and Prophet were as they prepared for the final push to bring down John. There were also some notable scenes that gave me pause, almost seeming as though they were included for shock value as opposed to progressing the romance and storyline. Despite the few negatives, this series was simply addicting and I found myself glued to If I Ever, loving all the twists that came the characters’ way. One of my favorite aspects of suspense/thriller novels are the twists, and If I Ever delivered a number of them that I hadn’t seen coming. Those little deviations from the plans or surprise reveals ensured I couldn’t put the book down until I saw how it all unfolded. I thought the conclusion was really satisfying from the Tom and Prophet perspective, though it did seem the author left room to write more shorts in the future, especially involving secondary characters. I liked how the relationship between Tom and Prophet developed over the course of this book a lot, but there was plenty of angst between the men before they got their happy ending, some of it exaggerated and repetitive, but most of it felt honest to the characters I’ve grown to love. What I really liked though was how much Prophet changed his outlook on Tom, his secrets, and his future in If I Ever. That shift, along with a load of action-packed scenes and great twists, made for a really good final book in the Hell or High Water series. If you’ve been waiting to start or just finish this series, I urge you to jump right in. *eARC received via Netgalley. The author and publisher had no influence over this review*
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    Ademloos

    Wederom een verhaal in volle vaart. Ik heb het boek bijna in een ruk verslonden.
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