Set the Night on Fire (Cottonbloom, #6)


I received a free, advance copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my unbiased review. 

The thing that I like about this book, is how Mack started the healing process..or rather how he ended what the twins have started…

Ella, has this independent thing going on, that it made her doubt any man or person who does something good to her with their motives. However, everyone needs someone to lean on to. Her personality is something that I really like, there are no frills with her.

Mack on the other hand? The two of them have something in common, but they click. And it was a so beautiful to watch them fall for each other.

With every pain the people we love gave us, there is always a lasting scar that not all can see. Physical pain can be mended, but the ones that we cannot see are the hardest to heal. They say times heals all wounds, but in reality, not matter how much time pass, if you cannot over come the pain, the hurt, the betrayal, and the suffering, you can never heal. It takes more than time to be whole again.

Looking forward to reading the other books in the series.


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