Can love keep them together or will tragedy tear them apart?
Louisa never thought she'd find happiness, let alone a family who want to love her, but that's exactly what she got in the arms of the Freed brothers.
Finally able to put her past behind her, Louisa travels to Thailand with Max, Bryce, and Hudson for a well earned holiday. Sun, sand, and sex is on the agenda and she intends to make the most of it.
It was supposed to be the perfect getaway, a chance to strengthen their blossoming relationship but when tragedy strikes a wedge is forced between them all, and their love is tested to its limit.
Will their love for each other be enough to weather the storm? Read the final installment of the Brothers Freed series to find out.
***TRIGGER WARNING - This book contains content that some may find triggering***
About the Author
Bea Paige lives a very secretive life in London... she likes red wine and haribos and, frankly, books about paranormal creatures and hot men. She loves to write about all things romance and fantastical, sometimes she might even go contemporary and dark! So watch out for all her books. The main theme through them all is romance. It underpins all her books because she's a romantic at heart.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The final book. Man this one will tug on all of your emotions. You'll experience bliss, heartache, and anger. Bea has a way of writing that makes the story feel so real and that you are right there experiencing the moments. Such a wonderful talent! I am definitely sad the series is over but what a wonderful way to end it.
Book three in the Brothers Freed trilogy and man what a great finale it was too. Things are looking good for Louisa and the guys. They do need to discuss the actual logistics of their time together but other then that things are nice and steamy rolling smoothly along the road. Then they go on vacation to a tropical local and it all goes to hell. Just when things are looking bleak we get a pleasant surprise that really saves the day and gives their relationships another layer to it. I can admit I fell in love with this story and was really sad that it is now at an end. If you enjoy contemporary reverse harem novels that will suck you into the story making it impossible to put down then you really need to try this trilogy. I loved every minute of it so I give it 5/5 stars.
I loved seeing Louisa and the Freed brothers navigating their relationship - talking about issues and supporting each other. I loved the scene with Louisa and the shop girl - loved it! There is a twist to their happiness, and I was nervous about how they would have their HEA. It was resolved a little quickly, but I love how Paige writes the relationships so much that it didn’t bother me. I’m sad to see the Freed brothers story come to an end, but They have a beautiful ending.
Definitely bittersweet, but Bea does an amazing job with ending the Brothers Freed series ❤️ I haven't had a book that had me feeling 6 different emotions within a 10-15 page span. This book made you happy, sad, angry, frustrated, hot...I mean the list could go on and on. For me, that is a sign of an amazing author and well written story!! I thought Bea did this series justice, and had it end in a way that would be satisfying but would still hope that more spinoffs or future books are written. In this book Louisa and the brothers go on a vacation after all the stressful times they have had recently. Before they go on vacation, we get to learn more about the brothers and see their relationship blossom even more with Louisa (loved the work moments with Max, the shopping scene, and the orangery with Hudson!). When they get to Thailand, there is some stress/serious talks before a horrible event happens that threatens the harem. I have to say, the breaking down of Bryce had me balling like a little baby haha. We get to see finally why some of the characters act the way they do. We get to see them talk about the future and see some happiness for our beloved side characters. We also get to see Louisa remain steadfast and resilient in the face of a tough situation. She holds the relationships together, without her it would fall apart and everyone would be miserable. I am super sad to see this series end; I fell in love with Louisa, Max, Bryce, and Hudson when they came into our lives in the Snow and Seduction Anthology last winter. I hope this series resonates with people and people show their love for it...maybe, just maybe, Bea will give us more stories when she has free time. I highly recommend you pick up this series, especially now that the trilogy is complete!! Be prepared to feel lots of things while reading this book ❤️