They say nothing is worth having if you don’t have the courage to fight for it…
After years of living in darkness and despair, Jace Butler found true love with his brown-eyed beauty Cat Nichols in Someday Girl. The former Marine made it clear to those who lived to make her feel insignificant that he would always be there to defend and protect her during their journey through One Day His. But when Cat’s mother Angelica James, the heartless, famous actress, exposes an impactful truth that changes everything, Jace will soon realize that someone else will need his love and protection…
Will this new discovery, meant to breakup Cat and Jace, end their love or actually bring them closer together?
Touching, poignant, passionate, emotional... I was raw with emotions running through me, after I finished this story, the third and final installment of The Someday series. And I had to take a moment. It is so powerful, beautiful, moving, and heartbreaking.
There's so much drama in Jace and Cat's lives, and relationship. But it's not created by them, but the outside forces around them. The way they stand together, how their love for each other grows through these obstacles, is breathtaking. The feelings they have for each other are intense, and so deep. They center each other with just a look or a touch. They heal each others hurts, wounds from the abusive childhood they both had. They protect each other, fight for each other, stand together strong. The passion they have for each other is flaming hot, the heat level is high, the fervor they have and show for each other is remarkable, and sizzling.
The tender way these two people, Jace and Cat, who both have had very challenging childhoods, embrace the parenthood, melts your heart.
There's a deeper message with the story about suicide, about family, love, commitment, loyalty..
I read a lot, and some stories you like, but will not remember the next week. Some stories you love, and they stay with you for a while. And some stories are not only memorable, but they make a difference in you, your life, with how the story touches you, and makes you think. That's what The Someday series has been for me.
~ Five spoons.
MY GRADING SCALE:
5 Spoons - Amazing, memorable story that I loved and want to read again. The best of the best and not given lightly
4 Spoons - Fantastic, entertaining story that I enjoyed and connected with and will gladly recommend to readers
3 Spoons - A good story, not much that stood out but I was engaged enough to spend the time to read it through
2 Spoons - A story with some issues, that were a problem to me
1 Spoon - Not for me