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The Final Harris Brother Duet #2
by Amy Daws
To dominate one’s heart is to truly be free. The anticipated conclusion to The Final Harris Brother Duet. After the harrowing attack against Gareth and Sloan, there are more than just physical wounds that must be healed. Recovering and moving on from their dark pasts is the only way they can truly find their bright futures. Who will surrender? And who will dominate?
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‘Surrender’ ended with the most cruel cliffhanger ever, and the beginning of this book was just as cruel. Starting the book with Vaughn Harris (the dad) P.O.V. made me freak out for a moment. I only managed to breath easier around chapter three.
I really liked this book, though I think that I enjoyed ‘Surrender’ more. The dynamic between Gareth and Sloan changed in-between the two books and it just took me a while to grow to like it, which I did in the end, though I felt that ‘Surrender’ to me was more impactful.
I loved how the relationships in this book have grown. Gareth and Sloan finding their happily ever after is obviously a highlight, but I think one of the most emotional thing that happened in this books was between Gareth and his dad. The whole family going to the beach to say goodbye to their mother was bittersweet, and the father and son conversation that Gareth had with his dad was heartbreaking, though its something that I was waiting for ever since ‘Surrender’. Gareth held lots of resentment towards his father, with reason, and I’m so glad that they were able to work through it in this books.
Gareth and his dad confrontation didn’t only bring them two together but it brought all the siblings together. It annoyed me too how they all forgot how much was put into Gareth’s shoulder as a child, and I understood why Gareth felt so frustrated with his brothers and sister because of it.
The reason that Gareth is such a good father figure for Sophia is because he had a flawed father, similarly to Sophie. The two of them are so cute together. Sophia has finally gotten the father that she deserves. Gareth learn how to be a good father after watching his father be a crappy one, as well as being a father figure to his younger brothers.
The ending was a bit bittersweet and funny, with the World Cup having ended not long ago, the ending of this book is, I think, every British person out there dream come true. I loved all the HEAs at the end. I must confess I’m going to miss the Harris brothers. Though maybe, we will be getting the Daddy Harris’ story in the future? I would love that. Papa Harris has sorted his problems with his children now, so it’s time for him to find some love.
Pretty please Amy Daws.
an Amazon Top 25 bestselling author of sexy, contemporary romance novels. She
enjoys writing love stories that take place in America, as well as across the
pond in England; especially about those footy-playing Harris Brothers of hers.
When Amy is not writing in a tire shop waiting room, she’s watching Gilmore
Girls, or singing karaoke in the living room with her daughter while Daddy
smiles awkwardly from a distance. For more of Amy’s work, visit: http://www.amydawsauthor.com