Review: Burn Down the Night

Burn Down the Night Burn Down the Night by Molly O'Keefe
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


*received ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

I couldn't wait to read this book. However, real life and my birthday got in the way. Now that I've finally read it, I'm sad and pouty that its finished - ended.

I loved this story from beginning to end. And Max ... my heart has expanded to include the other Daniels brother. He too was healed by one woman's stubborn refusal to believe that he was MORE and worth it. That he too wasn't broken and could/did love...

Olivia. Or is is Joan? Nope, it's Olivia finally! She too had demons she needed to put to rest. And thank goodness she did. These two just broke my heart, for their messed up childhoods, for their inability to see their own self worth. But one thing they had in common - they would gladly sacrifice themselves for their family - Max ... for Dylan and Olivia/Joan ... for Jennifer.

And at great last, those relationships were mended as well.

I had so many questions after reading book 2 of the series - Will we ever know just who the hell Joan was? Did Max survive? Did Margaret find out about Tiffany and the kids? I needed answers!!!

And I got them and a whole lot more! Still need to know if Margaret knows about Tiffany & the kids. What exactly is going on with Tiffany and Blake? I'm sensing there's another book to this series ... and I'm doing a happy dance in my heart.

Seriously speaking, I have more questions than answers. Can I get them answered in the new book... pretty please?

This book was exactly what I needed to read after the last one, but now I have a serious case of book-hangover. Whatever will I read next?

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