Julia Elliston returns in the action-packed finale that will put an end to her trouble one way or another. The plot thickens as Julia is shamed on different fronts and pushed away by her new in-laws. But that’s the least of her problems. Chance Macy is still on her trail and will stop at nothing to stop her from airing out all of his dirty secrets that he cannot afford to be made known. It’s Julia and her race against the clock to preserve everything and everyone that she holds dear.
Jessica Dotta wraps up Julia’s story in the intriguing third installment of a very gothic trilogy. Like the second book it has a tendency to drag in many areas but it’s still a well-written story. A few details could be a little bit too revealing and I found myself getting somewhat unforgettable but the mystery and how the story would ultimately end kept me going. Readers will be kept guessing throughout the story and I was even shocked by some of the deaths that occurred. Worth a read.
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