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This is the sixth book in the series and while it can be read as a standalone, there are a lot of characters to keep track of and how they are connected to each other, especially with four characters’ points of view throughout the book. However, it doesn’t take too long to fit everyone in the correct square (and those who have read the entire series will track right along).
Much of this book is about the normality of life. Liam and Emma are married with children. They have their routines, their families, and their town. Mark and Eva are just getting to know each other, but there’s a definite draw there.
I was a little disappointed we didn’t get to see more interaction between Eva and her brother—especially when it’s mentioned she would talk to him after a difficult phone call and then we never get to see that conversation. I missed that because, at its heart, this book is about family—the family you’re born with and the one who surrounds you when you marry and the ones you work and live the day in and day out with.
Overall, this sweet read is one that left me feeling happy and hopeful and there’s plenty of potential for more to come with the residents of Believe.
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