While the outside world might try to undermine them, Logan and Christian’s relationship just grows stronger. In this, the final part of the All They Ever Needed trilogy, their lives take an unexpected turn.
Christian takes to heart everything he learns from Logan’s father and as he and Logan go forward in their DD relationship, he finds that he is willing to not just take on the mantle of Head of House, but to embrace it. With Logan
graduating from college, Christian takes the next logical step and asks his boyfriend to move in.
Even with the stress of student teaching and trying to figure out what to do after graduation, Logan leaps at the chance to live with the man he loves. As the pressure of graduation begins to get to him, the only thing to keep him grounded is the amazing man at his side.
Those closest to them make huge changes in their own lives and when an unexpected job offer lands in Logan’s lap, the two have to make a life altering decision. No matter which way they go, they need to give something up. Play it safe and stay home or accept the job and move away from their families? When it comes to decision time, there is one thing they are not willing to part with. That one thing makes all the difference in the world.
I had lucked out last year when I found this series, and it drove me crazy having to wait for this book to be released! I just couldn’t get enough of Christian and Logan while reading this book and I do think that the author did a great job at finishing up their story.
While this is the last book in the series, I do feel to a degree you can read it as a standalone, but you would be missing how they met and ended up in the relationship that they are now in. I did enjoy watching Logan as he grew further into who he is during the course of this story. Christian’s
character also grew a lot, but not as much as Logan did. Even better than that, was being able to
follow along as their relationship grew into something amazing.
I really do think that the author did a great job at giving Christian and Logan the happily ever after that they deserved. And at the same time, she leaves us with some hints as to what will hopefully be another book coming in the future featuring the secondary characters that were mentioned in this story.
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading a book that, while it does have BDSM aspects to it that is not what the whole story is about. This is a love story, and being able to follow along as they learn to love themselves and each other.