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Series: The South Beach Connection Trilogy Book 3
Author: A.R. Hadley
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Women's Fiction
Release Date: July 25, 2018
Annie promised Cal she would wait for him. He was her home, her safety — the person she felt she always knew.
And he felt the same.
Still … they go their separate ways. Their passionate summer has come to a close.
Cal returns to California while Annie heads to Seattle. But they can’t stay away from each other long. And soon, their lives become one.
Except … there's one more test they must face. Or maybe there will be many.
After all, life is made up of waves, endless cycles — series of ups and downs, pulling hearts, souls, and minds toward the horizon, then the shore.
Every push, every change, each risk — brings Cal and Annie closer to acceptance. Closer to uncovering truth.
Two people who never believed in forever — now have a reason to trust fate.
***Continuum is the third book in The South Beach Connection Trilogy***
Talk about a roller coaster ride! My heart sank so low and rose so high throughout this book. There were times I wanted to hurt both Annie and Cal. Slap some sense into them. Shake them until their teeth rattled. In the end, perseverance won.
Annie goes through so much depression in this book. It was really hard to get through those parts. I wanted to hug her so badly and let her know she would get through it. Other times, I wanted to shake her out of it and tell her to try harder. Kudos to the author for writing so deeply the feelings portrayed in this book. It brought back bad memories and emotions for me, making it feel so real.
Cal goes through a lot on in this book, too. His hopelessness really got to me. I understood him needing time to deal with things on his own, but I really wanted to hurt him for it, too, because Annie was also going through something tough and basically all alone. They should have been together.
As I said in previous reviews, the writing was phenomenal. The way Hadley writes is so poetic, emotions and comparisons flowing within a beautiful prose. This is an author that I will read anything she puts out there.
She loves her husband.
And Cary Grant.
She annoys those darling little children by quoting lines from Back to the Future, but despite her knowledge of eighties and nineties pop culture, she was actually meant to live alongside the Lost Generation after the Great War and write a mediocre novel while drinking absinthe with Hemingway. Instead, find her sipping sweet tea with extra lemons on her porch as she weaves fictional tales of love and angst amid reality.
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