Move the Stars by Jessica Hawkins
Series: Something in the Way, book 3
Genre: NA romance
Publisher: Jessica Hawkins
Publication Date: October 23, 2017
I thought I loved Manning in the previous books but what even?? I think I have surpassed love and moved to idolizing category?
Manning and Lake’s love has been put through every test but their timing is never right. Something is always in the way. Can they finally move over all the hurt and pain and make a life together?
This book has serious heart-break. I had heart palpitations through most of the book and no joke , at one point I had to close the book and move away.
Manning and Lake’s story hasn’t been an easy one. They kept doing something or the other to make life difficult for each other. I’ll be honest, after Book 2 I was kinda unsure how everything could possibly be solved in just one more book. But as always, Jessica blew me away with her art and this was the perfect ending to their epic love saga.
Move The Stars was my favourite book in this series and I fell in absolute love and adoration with Manning. The way he took charge and his growly cave man bit made me swoon so hard. I’ll be clearing my schedule to re-read this book over and over again.
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The highly anticipated conclusion to the Something in the Way series, a forbidden love saga.
It was a hot summer day when I met him on the construction site next to my parents’ house. If I’d known then what I do now, would I have kept on walking? Manning was older, darker, experienced—and I’d trusted him when he said the story would only ever be about us. I’d held those words close and challenged fate, but I had lost.
A part of me is still that sixteen-year-old girl squinting up at Manning, but no matter how far I fall or high I soar, I’ll always be a bird without her bear and nothing without him.
When I close my eyes, I can no longer see her. The decisions I made were to push Lake in the right direction—away from me. But now that she’s gone, would I have made those same choices?
I’d walked away like I was supposed to. I’d kept my distance. I’d bent over backward to keep Lake pure, but she’s no longer that girl, and I don’t know if I can stay away anymore. I only know I don’t want to. She’s still everything I want and nothing I should ever have, but if anyone can move the stars, it’s her great bear in the sky.