My rating: 5 of 5 stars
“You played it safe with your ex, but being with me requires you to be brave. And, for the first time in my life, I want someone by my side. Someone to share the stuff that I’ve kept bottled up for fucking years. I want that with you. I need you to know that I’m all in, Sloan. And I’m not the kind of man who jumps out of airplanes for a rush. I’m the kind of man that stands on the ground, waiting to catch you.”
Oh. My. Goodness.
This duet quickly became my favorite story of the Harris family. Being that this is the second half of the duet, I don’t want to give anything too specific away, but these two truly made me feel everything.
Sloan and Gareth each have mountains of obstacles to overcome in their journey to one another. Not all of these issues were simply emotional, and it was refreshing to see them dealing with these issues and acknowledging them, rather than brushing past them.
This book made me feel all the things. ALL OF THEM. My heart can’t handle that the Harris brothers have all finally told their story. I’m going to be sending up some prayers for a next generation …