My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The third installment of the Uluru Legacy was even more dynamic than the first two. The adventure and romance amped up, bringing new tension and thrills. The plot just keeps getting better!
What I liked are the characters and the relationships. I love the struggles Amelia faces as leader, lover, and mother. She is still trying to figure out her new life as well as who, and what, she is, yet everything is full speed ahead. That is true to life and makes it relatable.
What I didn’t like… well, I cannot tell you since it would be a spoiler. What I can say is that I cried. Waiting for the next book and knowing it is meant to be the last in the series is another thing that saddens me. I don’t want it to end!
Clearly, I recommend this book and the entire series. You need to read the books in order. They are not intended as standalone reads.
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