Review: Until the End (Sea Breeze #9) by Abbi Glines


The backstory that fans have been clamoring for—how Rock and Trisha fell in love—is the final installment in the Sea Breeze series from New York Times bestselling author Abbi Glines. And don’t miss the sizzling Epilogue, where Abbi wraps up all the Sea Breeze couples’ stories!

Trisha Corbin always knew how to hide a bruise. With her momma’s boyfriends unable to keep their hands off of her, she had no choice. And as long as it meant the guys wouldn’t go near her little brother, Krit, it was worth it. But her days of dreaming that Prince Charming would ever come rescue her are far, far in the past.

Rock Taylor always had a plan. Through football, he would rise above the life he was born into. A full ride to play for a major college team was within his reach—assuming he didn’t let anything get in his way. But scoring a date with the hottest girl in Sea Breeze was proving harder than expected. Trisha Corbin was every man’s walking fantasy, and she wouldn’t even glance his way.

When Rock finally does get Trisha in his truck, it isn’t for a date. It’s because he picks her up on the side of the road, beaten and bruised and walking to the local hospital. Before Rock knows it, football is no longer his life. Trisha Corbin is. And he’ll do anything to save her. And keep her.

In addition to Rock and Trisha’s love story, this special novel contains the wrap-up stories of all your favorite Sea Breeze couples: Sadie and Jax, Marcus and Low, Cage and Eva, Preston and Amanda, Jess and Jason, Krit and Blythe, and Dewayne and Sienna. 


5 super perfect ending stars! 

I love this series so much and as much as I loved Until the End, it made me sad. I am going to miss all these characters so much! 

Okay so onto Rock and Trisha….
Rock is a football star and is adored by many. He’s been eyeing Trisha for over a year now and she has yet to give him the time of day. 

Trisha does not have a good home life. Her stepmother is a raging bitch who slaps her around and let’s her boyfriends slap Trisha around. Trisha notices Rock of course, but she does not want to go there. She has a lot going on in her life. 

Rock pursues Trisha relentlessly.

”One day, Trisha Corbin, you will call me your hero. And that day will the most important moment in my life.” 

It was hard for her to trust him, but he proved to her that what he felt for her was more than anything he’s ever felt before. He proved to not only Trisha but Krit too, that he was worth it and he was in it for the long haul. 

I am so glad that they adopted Preston’s siblings. Their time with them was really precious. 

I wanted more. Rock and Trisha’s story was too short a read for me. 

The epilogues were the bomb! I loved every story. I thought every epilogue would have the same happy feely theme; it didn’t. It dealt with problems that happened after the happily ever afters which made them more lovable. Every one of the epilogues had a happily ever after, but I’m so glad the author added depth to each story. Thank you for that Ms. Abbi Glines! 

The last line though……


Review: Gravity by L.D. Cedergreen


After years of trying unsuccessfully to conceive a child, Gemma Walsh finds her husband in bed with another woman. Unable to face his betrayal, she retreats to Priest Lake where her family owns a small cabin. But Gemma finds that she is not the only one hiding away at the lake to avoid an ugly truth.

Andrew Monroe was once an essential part of Gemma’s life but tragedy and misunderstanding shattered their bond, separating them. Now twenty years later, Gemma questions the coincidence of their newly intersected paths as she struggles to resist the sparks that ignite between them.

Just when Gemma feels that she has found her second chance at happiness, she is faced with a shocking truth as her reality spirals out of control. She can’t deny the powerful force that brought Andrew back into her life anymore than she can defy the same force that now threatens to pull them apart. 

An emotionally-charged, heart-rending story that will leave you to question the freedom in truth and the existence of fate in its deepest sense.


5 STARS!!!

I need a hug. This story was so good! Yeah sure I cried the whole time I was reading it, but it was worth it. I knew what was going to happen before I read this book. I don’t like knowing what happens in books and I hate spoilers, but I’m glad I knew what was going to happen before I started reading. It made every page much more special.

I loved Andrew. Can I have him, please?

I have no idea how I’m going to review Gravity without spoiling anything or crying. I just….I’m so sad right now. It’s 3 am and i can’t sleep because I’m still crying about this book.

Just please please read this book. You might want to hit me in the face right after for recommending it, but you’ll want to thank me too. And ask for a hug and maybe hot chocolate with marshmallows.

Now I’ll try to sleep and try to fix my broken heart.