Perfect Rage (Unyielding #3) by Nashoda Rose @nashodarose
I have loved this authors work with all of my heart since I read With
You and Torn From You in one sitting a couple years ago. From that
moment I've eagerly awaited more from these characters. She made my
wait easier by spinning off into different series but keeping her world
connected. Each visit into a new story is like surfing the tallest most
baddest wave or jumping off the highest cliff. Each extraordinary story
takes you so high and you'll find crashing can be painful but without
the pain and the broken pieces you'd not find the other side of whole
Connor was always, always the man I wanted to know. To
find this amazing hero, this brother to Georgie and brother to his men.
He was built up so high in my mind I was afraid he'd never live up to
my imagination. But not only did he surpass them but he captured my
heart like no other hero of Nashoda has created yet. I think its
fitting since his story really grew so deep and had so many layers.
loved that Alina was someone who got to see the true Connor before
Vault. He needed a person that would love him before, during and after
all of his pieces were whole again.. Just cracked a little but oh so
From their numbers to their passion this couple defined
limitless love just like this Author portrayed.
Connor was truly loyal
and absolutely faithful in a way that you can hardly find anymore.
Those that search high and low for #SafeRead romance will simply adore
Spanning over a decade this love wouldn't be beaten. These two
would fight for their beauty, for their life and for themselves.
“What I feel for her is limitless. There is no end to the love I have for her.”
an epic love story. As always there were secondary characters that added much needed balance for family support, humor and suspenseful moments. The relationship with Georgie and Connor always just seemed like the best example of sibling loyalty and love.
I closed my eyes and embraced my sister for the first time in over a decade. It was as if someone jammed a piece of me back in place as I held her. It was soiled and ripped, but the piece was my little sister.
The bonds in this cast of character were stretched far and wide but never broken. These people seem so real to me and I almost feel sad when each story ends.
On one final note... I will forever remember an animal stole the show.