Series: Social Media #6
Published by Independent on November 5, 2014
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Erotica, Suspense
I just want my Grace back.
I want the girl I found sending me dirty tweets on Saint Thomas. I want the girl who reluctantly gave in to my charms and let me boss her around. I want the girl who sent me to my knees and made me imagine what her fairy tale would look like with me in it.
I just want to move on.
I want to plan the future and think about kids and preschools and college funds. I want everything she ever wanted, and I want us to make it happen together.
But the media needs more from us. More dirt. More pain. More payment for past transgressions.
You can’t change the past. And even though Grace is ready to put her demons to bed, mine are just starting to get restless. Because when you’ve silenced as many enemies as I have over the years, you know that secret won’t stay buried forever.
Although Home was considerably less exciting and suspenseful than the last one, it was equally engaging. It was a very satisfying conclusion to the serial and has me eager to read something new by J.A. Huss.
Note: I so have some spoilers in this review if you haven’t read the other parts of Social Media.
I just loved seeing Grace and Vaughn deal with the after effects of her abduction. Something like that understandably isn’t easy to come back from and its pretty hard to know how to deal with someone coming back from it too. So their both struggling – Grace is wallowing in depression and Vaughn is trying to sweetly pull her out. If you had any doubts about this guy at this point (and how could you really?) the way he sticks by her and does everything in his power to bring Grace back will convince you.
There’s also a bit more family development and I love Vaughn’s family! Am I the only one who wants another serial, this time with his adopted daughter? And another with his sister? We’re only seeing the surface and I’m so curious to know what’s really going on there.
And then there’s the drama that we were left with in part 4. It’s slightly unbelievable because its so damn WRONG! I think I just want to believe that a group of adults would never be so vile. I know, keep dreaming…
All in all, I definitely recommend picking up Social Media if you haven’t yet. It really picks up with part 3 and Home is a satisfying conclusion.
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