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Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2020
I absolutely loved Book 1 and Book 2, both 5 Stars for me.
In this 3rd book, Julie's youngest daughter Meg shows up and pretty much takes over the story. These days, I rarely read books wherein the leading female character is a young girl. Meg is 19 and pretty much acts like a 19 year old.
Since Meg is only a part of this series, of course I was going to read this book. I adore all of the other characters and their stories are continuing while Meg's is just starting.
But as the book unfolded the character Meg affected all but one of the characters in some form or fashion - truly making this book a struggle to get through. I will finish this series at some point, but for right now, this character has derailed it for me. Unfortunately, I can only give the 3rd installment 3 Stars.