✦ CHECK OUT MY REVIEW FROM THE PREVIOUS BOOK IN THE SERIES✦
★ Let Love In (Love #1) - 4 Stars
★ Let Love Stay (Love #2) - 4.5 Stars
★ Let Love Heal (Love #3) - 5 Stars
We're going home today as a family. My family. Our family.
This is one big epilogue I got from Ms. Melissa Collins.
The blurb had gotten into me. Yes, we had what we wanted from Maddy and Reid – they already had their HEA (thank goodness). So the million-dollar question comes up – WHAT NOW?! What could probably happen after their happily ever after? Will someone come between them? Will their honeymoon stage be over? A lot of question flooded inside my over-imaginative brain – and I knew I needed to read this book.
We already knew what this couple had been through, and no one wants to go back in there. Set a day after they finally become official parents – the true responsibility has begun. From setting up car seats, feeding the baby, cleaning him up, putting him to sleep – all those sleepless, exhausted nights, being parents is indeed hard work.
Despite their age, they have managed pretty well. It wasn’t a walk in the beach, of course. But their love for each other, and most especially Reid’s patience for Maddy had work wonders in their relationship. He did well as a dad, and as a husband. He was supportive, caring, and very hands-on. He’s not even afraid to change diapers! He’s not only a good husband, but he’s a responsible man as well. He loved his job helping other people.
But of course, let us also give credit to their support system – Momma, Mel and Bryan who were there with them every step of the way. Now, Maddy has finally her own family. The bad memories from her past are almost gone…
This is not all, we also get a glimpse of Dylan, Lizzie and Cane who put a little spice into this novel. In between stories about parenthood, is another interesting story I hope I will have a longer version of. Lizzie and Cane had been interesting characters with their own set of problems. Reid and Dylan had been the people who have helped them get through with it.
This one is short, hot and sweet. I totally loved every single page of it. If you think you have fallen in love with the single Reid, wait until you meet Daddy Reid. You will totally go gaga over him. Love Series gets so much better and better each time I get to have it reviewed. Melissa Collins had gone a long way since writing her first book.
I’ve always been an avid reader. Majoring in English Literature was a no brainer. Becoming a teacher and instilling my love for reading into my students was also a no brainer. I’ve spent the last ten years teaching and I’ve loved (mostly) every minute of it. When I was home on maternity leave for my third son, I discovered a new genre that sparked my creativity. My passion for writing sprang from my love of reading and once I knew I had a story to tell, I couldn’t wait to get it out there. I only hope that my readers enjoy reading my story as much as I enjoyed writing it.