**Copy provided by author via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**
Granted, most of the book, Griffin drove me nuts. He was still an arrogant dickhead 99% of the time. I really didn't like this book as much as the ones before it, and in order to read and understand this book, you definitely have to read the first three.
At least for me, a lot of this book was just painful to read. It felt awkward and I was embarrassed for Griffin and it made me cringe. I mean, just he just did so much stupid shit and the way he acted was pathetic.
Overall, it was a decent book, and a good addition to the series. I liked that we get to continue to see Kellan and Kiera's relationship, along with Anna. This one had a much different vibe to it than Kellan and Kiera's books. Which was nice, there wasn't so much angst and stupid drama. There was actual problems that a couple had a tough time overcoming.
I'm also ridiculously happy that this ended on a happy note, it was pretty cute. It's worth the read if you already like the series, but if you aren't super invested, don't bother.