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    Fulfilling conclusion to the series!

    The conclusion to the Something More series was filled with heartbreak, drama, and ultimately hope. Okay picks up right where Normal left off, and we watch as Rory and Sam navigate their new relationship (or lack of) status. It was definitely the most angsty of the books and the misunderstandings and lack of communication were frustrating. The story is told from both Rory and Sam's points of views and as before, I enjoyed being in both their heads. It did also make me want to scream at both of them though, since unlike them, I knew what the other person was doing/feeling. Sam surprised me in this book, not just because of the lengths he was willing to go to keep his promise to keep Rory safe, but also the vulnerability that he displayed each time he laid his feelings on the line. His interaction with Rory's childhood friend, Chip, felt true and the insecurity he felt during their conversations made him more endearing. His anger felt over the top at times, and I think it could have been toned down a bit, but probably the only thing I could have done without about Sam's character was his supposed long list of hook-ups and sexual conquests. I don't mind that he's had experiences and I know that it made the fact that he had true feelings for Rory more significant, but I still would have preferred to not know that his exploits have been constant and plentiful since he was 13. Again, these things were vital parts of his story, but I just felt that they were a little over the top. Although the book did feel a little longer than it needed to be, I was happy with the journey of our characters and felt that the story really came full circle. I liked that not only was Sam and Rory's story resolved, but also that the family relationships were also headed down the right path. Whether or not those aspects will have a HEA remains unknown, but I liked that those story lines had some kind of resolution. The epilogue was wonderful too and delivered one of the swooniest Sam lines of the whole series. I would love to eventually see another book/novella that shows Sam and Rory further into the future and am excited to read about Tuck and Carl in their book, In Ruins. Overall, I really enjoyed this series and the characters and definitely recommend it! *Many thanks to the author for providing this ARC free of charge*
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    This was a really good ending to their story. The author is a really good writer. I was looking for something to read while I wait for another Tijan book 🤓

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