Detective Andreas Ruffner is no fool—he’s found a man who loves him, puts up with him, and has stuck with him through hell and back, and it’s time to put a ring on it. Darren Corliss is the love of his life, and he wants the whole world to know it.
Now the fun part—the wedding!
Well, after the not-so-fun part of planning the wedding in between dealing with overbearing and impossible-to-please family members. With future mothers-in-law driving them both up a wall, the guest list growing out of control, and the wedding getting ever more complicated, Darren and Andreas have to wonder if they’re in over their heads.
But they’re going to make it to the altar if it kills them . . . and at this rate, it just might.
A perfect final to what has been an amazing series. This time around we are being kept away from mystery and get our attention on the romance. This has been without a doubt the most romantic instalment of the series and it’s just as great was its predecessors.
Andreas and Darren have been through really hard times together. Their relationship has only been growing stronger despite the difficult times they had to face. Now is the time to leave the problems aside and face a future together. Andreas decided it was time to get married and as they start planning the wedding, the responsibilities associated to it and the difficult family relationships are starting to overwhelm the pair and have them thinking if all of it is really worth it.
This was just beautiful. I didn’t think I would miss the action associated with this series but I did, that’s the only issue I had with it, but I’m certainly pleased with what this instalment bring and I’m feeling really grateful that the authors finally had shown some mercy on this beautiful couple and let them enjoy their love. Sure, not everything was perfect, in fact there were a lot of problems for them, but the different kind they are used to.
It is a more lightened up story with a steady pace, it had a lot of romance on it and it worked as a perfect ending to the series. I guess we all wanted to see a happy ending after all that Andreas and Darren have been through. I was smiling all the time and, sure, I struggle a bit to hold back tears at some moment. It was impossible not to understand how much Darren and Andreas love each other. It was simply beautiful. I loved the family dynamics too, it’s always something that got my attention. The families were as imperfect as they are themselves, exactly the kind of touch of reality I expect when I read a book. They made things so complicated and it was absolutely believable and so frustrating. I loved it.
Overall this was a fantastic book. Recommended to people looking for something romantic to read, but it wouldn’t work as a standalone. To be able to enjoy it, it’s better to read the previous instalments of this highly recommended series.