"You never know what the future holds."
Tess Hamilton Irons is excited about her new job prospect overseas. Her husband Sebastian has second thoughts. He acquiesces to his wife so she can have her dream job in his hometown of London, a city brimming with excitement and adventure at every turn-not all of it good.
Lady Lily Irons' menacing persona looms large as Sebastian vows to protect his family at all costs. With the help of an unexpected ally, Sebastian begins a search for the father he never knew.
In a split second, the life they know is blown to bits and Sebastian is forced to pick up the pieces. Can he reclaim the life he loved or is the inevitable change a good thing?
Friendship, love, lust, tragedy, and triumph combine in the thrilling conclusion to the Love's Great Adventure series.
|Publisher:||Kia Ora Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.64(d)|
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This is the last book in the series and absolutely loved how Theresa Troutman gathered her characters together and wrapped them up. "Bas" and "Tess" have a major move in their life. How will they all adjust? What might happen if they "run into" family who are unwelcome in their lives? Can they remain their blissfully happy lives with what life seems to throw at them? Does happiness and love win out in the end? Oh, you must read to find out! "Bas" and Tess are beautifully written characters and you cannot not fall in love with them and their friends!
A gifted copy was given in exchange for an honest review. The third and last book in the Love’s Great Adventure series. Sebastian and Tess face new challenges as they move to England with her little daughter. He has grown up as a fine man, sweet and caring, hard-worker and very protective of his family and the people he loves. In England, Sebastian gets to know his eldest brother Max and his sister Courtney. He finds out his brother is a good man. Besides Sebastian and Tess, one of the most important characters in this book is little Mattie. She is sweet and clever and she is totally resolved to find a boyfriend for her aunt Penny. Sweet, funny, sad, a great story to enjoy. Definitely, Theresa Troutman is doing a great job.