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I Love how you keep the families intertwined, all the way back to Alex and Maddie Loki is such an awesome Character. My son in law’s team was hit with an IED In Afghanistan I truly respect and Thank our men and women who have served or serving! God Bless the victims of rape it will remain embedded in your souls no matter what love you find in life. These books bring this all to life but also gives hope
Serious issues of real life! PTSD, sexual assault as well as love, real life romance and honest human relationships fill the three volumes of Kiera’s Sommerhill series. Each story develops the very real people in the cast of characters! Focus changes among main characters and does a marvelous job of bringing them to light. The author takes clear aim at important real issues like living with PTSD from combat as well as a consequence of sexual violence. The value of one person to another could not be made more clear. The victory of good over evil insures that each installment makes clear that there good outcomes are really out there! Read and enjoy!
I have said this many times but this author has a great way in telling her story. I have not found a book yet that she has written that I didn't enjoy. This one was another page Turner and once you start reading you don't want to put it done till your done. Enjoy
Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2017
Keira Montclair does it again in the 3rd Summerhill book. Her writing draws you in and let's you connect to the characters quickly. The story can be a little rough for some readers (there's a warning on the description of rape triggers, but there is no actual rape in the book), but I felt it was tastefully written. As with the other Summerhill books, there's a little connection to Montclair's Clan Grant series, and I love that! You do not need to read Clan Grant first, though. As much as I love Montclair's medieval Scotland, I love the modern day Grants & Ramsays. I recieved a copy in exchange for my honest review.