The final installment of the Breach Trilogy!
Things are finally looking up for Nathan and Lila. Though separated at work, their life together is just beginning.
They're working hard to lock up Lila's past, when Nathan's comes knocking at the door with a gift - a warning that happiness can, and will, be taken away.
Is running away the only option to stay alive? Can they ever find the peace they deserve?
The battle for survival has begun.
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A book that will stay with you
Book three in the Breach series, to me, these all have to read in order. Nathan and Lila have been a couple that I have loved since the first book in the series. Their damaged souls have only been able to be healed together, and they have gone through so much to be together. This concluding story wraps up all the loose ends with Marconi and Lila's trial with a few surprising twists. What has captured me about this series is a the way that KI Lynn has masterfully taken this couple from a place no one should ever have to be to begin with and shown how love can help heal. From book one, Nathan's dark side is so deep, and Lila's soul so damaged, I was uncertain how the two would finally get their happily ever after. Protectiveness, molten chemistry, hot sex, family turmoil, office politics..we have experienced it all and come out on top. The journey has been amazing, and Nathan Thorne is one of my favorite dark heroes.
Rachel Orlin and Leonard Kirkman finish their narrations of these wonderful characters with the voices I have grown to know them as. I love their portrayals, each having the mindset of the character they are acting for. With these two characters, the emotions are all over the map, and their performance emulates it superbly.