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    The One He Never Forgot

    3.5 stars. Relentless is the fifth and final book in the Fractured Farrells series. This can be read as a standalone with a HEA. It is a quick read so it's perfect for an afternoon curled up somewhere comfy. There is some violence and hot steamy sex scenes so 18+. The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat that all of that info here. This book had a twist on the typical billionaire romance storyline, which I liked. Each of the siblings are so different. It was good to see them all come together in this final book.
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    How does a rake prove he's changed?

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my voluntary and honest review. With each of the Fractured Farrell books, the hero has been my favourite. However Nathan is DEFINITELY my favourite! Whilst Relentless follows the same pattern as the other Farrell books, it is in line with the legacy left them by their despicable father, Walter. The name Farrell and Trouble go together, so when Nathan decides to go and find Katy to reconnect with her, he immediately recognises the attempts at sabotage as being more sinister than at first appear. Katy is so busy trying to deal with the fallout, that despite the immediate flame of desire, really doesn't have time for an over-controlling Farrell in her life. Nathan's catalyst moment when he realised that his life is meaningless, is interesting because it isn't dramatic or explosive. So many times it only takes a small but significant moment for a person to realise that something has to change. Nathan recognises his moment and goes for change in the same way that he has pursues all previous activities - with determination. Despite Katy's attempts to deter Nathan, he nevertheless recognises the answering flame in Katy's eyes and that gives him the courage to push through the barriers she puts up. As the pressure increases, Katy finds that Nathan is the one person she can rely on, when he comes to her rescue. But, and it's a big "But", Nathan remains a Farrell and Katy isn't at all sure that she can trust him. As with all of Ms Crowe's books, I thoroughly enjoyed Relentless, and am looking forward to the next series that is being hinted at.
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    Another Great Read

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book. I love Mallory Crowe's writing! This book is no exception to the rule. Relentless has everything that makes the book so enjoyable, love, humour, persistence, mystery, danger and romance. Nathan has set his goal and won't give up until he succeeds. He realized the one thing missing in his life is the woman he let go years ago. So Nathan goes to the quaint Inn where Katy is the manager and sets his plan in motion. When a mystery presents itself he takes it in stride but won't let anything happen to Katy and goes out of his way to protect her. As annoyed as Katy is by Nathan's persistence, she can't help but acknowledge her true feelings. Mallory always keeps the reader engaged with her creative stories and excellent writing skills. I highly recommend this book.
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    Relentless - Another Great Book by Mallory Crowe

    This is the final book in the 'Fractured Farrells: A Damaged Billionaire' series. I really hate to see it go but as I understand there will be a character or two we sort of got to know in this book who will advance to a new series Mallory has been penning! If you have been reading this series you know that Nathan is the most troubled brother. He's the wild, partying, man-whore extraordinaire. He is numb, not feeling much of anything at all until SHE enters his mind...on a regular basis. Katy Carey happens to be that woman. She and Nathan had hit it off when they were in their mid to late teens and they both fell in love with the other only never spoke of it. But there was never actually a date nor was there intimacy. Apparently he was dating her friend and when he broke it off so he could be with Katy he was paid a visit by Katy's sister-in-law and very strongly warned against seeing the very innocent Katy. That was the last thing Nathan wanted but he up and left leaving them both with shattered hearts. For the next eight years or so Nathan spent his time drinking too much, getting high, and sleeping with any woman who was willing...which were many, very many. This is how he dealt with his loss of Katy. He became self-destructive and was so deep in his depravity that his family hired a full time publicity agent just to manage him and teach him boundaries along with repairing his sullied image. The man was nothing but trouble. After another big mistake, Nathan found out the businessman he had just had a business dinner with was the husband of his sex partner at the time. That was a line he wasn't supposed to cross but he didn't know. The woman had told him she was divorcing her husband but she wasn't. It made him angry that one of his rules was broken so he went to talk with his old PR expert who was now his sister-in-law. He felt he was broken inside and he never felt any emotions...just numbness. She helped him see where the problems had began and he set himself on a journey to win Katy back who had no idea her sister-in-law had warned him away years before. I highly recommend this book as well as the series.
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    Terrific ending to a terrific series

    Relentless is the final book in the Fractured Farrells Series. Nathan is definitely a changed man in this story. He is still a cocky, confident, take-charge guy but he is sincere in his feelings for Katy. He will do anything to prove to her how serious he is about having her in his life. I didn't care for the way Katy was so bitchy to Nathan. They never had a relationship before, and even after he explained why he left, she still acted like a woman scorned. I felt she acted very immature. Thankfully, she matured as the book progressed. The story was entertaining and had enough twists and turns to keep me quickly turning pages. The ending was a surprise. I never suspected the villain to be who it turned out to be. I love the way the story leads into a spin-off series. I can't wait to read it. If you're looking for a well-written, engaging story read Relentless. I highly recommend reading the entire series. All the books are terrific.
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