After reading the first three books, I could not wait to read Katherine's story, even more after reading that sneak peek at the end of the third book. I never imagined those two together but they fitted so well, it was just beautiful! I loved seeing that group again, those parts where they were together were the most fun and I kept smiling the whole time.
Katherine was always a mystery to me. She had her rules and followed them strictly. I would've never imagined how her life changed in just one night and how everything worked out perfectly. She discovered her new self, the one that was always in hiding and waiting for the perfect time to come out and it was amazing. Theo, Tommy's brother, even though they were twins, they couldn't be more different. They just looked the same, the rest was completely different and that was great because Theo matched perfectly with Katherine.
I loved it! The epilogue was amazing! I don't know how to keep going without more of this series, I love these characters. I have to confess that my favorite couple continues to be Tommy and Amelia, they have my whole heart and I love them the most. Even though I would read more and more about these characters, I'm happy with this final book. It was really the perfect final book to this incredible journey.
This book is the perfect ending to a perfect series. I seriously loved all of them, but I think this might be my favourite. To watch the transition from Katherine to Kate, to see how Theo always accepted her for exactly who she was... well. It was absolutely lovely and amazing. I loved the idea of this series from the very start, the idea of different FMC who are not usually the norm, who are not exactly the sociable, outgoing FMCs we usually see. And seeing them grow into themselves, learning to be more, learning that they ARE more than the tight little spot society threw them in. Watching them grow, bloom and flourish was heartwarming. And to watch each and every one of them fine their perfect matches. Well. Absolutely brilliant, really. I bow to Staci Hart with this series. And I look forward to reading much more of her work. Because they touch the heart, they are full, meaningful and beautiful. And quite worth the read.