This is the last book that’s available in this series right now. I’m a little aggravated since I thought it was just a trilogy. But after I started reading it, I realized there would be more novellas.
This book is told from David’s point of view and therefore very repetitive of the first two books. You do get a little insight into David’s past which was nice. The insight not his past. You also get to see that he does truly care for Sophie but won’t take a chance on getting hurt to acknowledge it openly. He has hurt Sophie terribly and must deal with his actions.
Sophie is heartbroken and flees. You don’t get much about her until the very end if this book. She stands her ground and I loved it. She is realizing her own strength and independence. Now I have to wait until God knows when to find out if David can dig himself out of the hole he’s in.