Gideon and Eva are in a world of happy, if only other people would let them stay there.
With a ring on her finger and a wedding to plan, Eva has enough on her plate. Gideon feels an even more possessive need to protect Eva now that she is wearing his ring but there are plenty of people who are not happy with this turn of events.
Secrets, nightmares, and mothers all make for an interesting time. Can Gideon and Eva survive the turbulent times ahead? Or will Gideon’s inability to share be the final test that will break them?
Communicate people! That is the problem with most of the characters in any of these types of books is that they just don’t talk to each other. The man always has to be the strong silent type and the woman generally is so unsure of the relationship that she dare not say anything for upsetting her man. Gideon and Eva definitely need to work on talking and sharing, however Eva needs to work on her response when Gideon does tell her things.
I liked the way this one was written with regards to the point of view. The previous books have all been written from Eva’s POV, which worked well for the storyline, but this one is mixed from Gideon’s and Eva’s thereby giving us, the reader, a more in depth feel of Gideon. I am hoping that the final book is done the same way.