Review: LAKE + MANNING by Jessica Hawkins

lake + manning

Lake + Manning by Jessica Hawkins
Series: Something in the Way, book 4
Genre: contemporary romance
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: February 13, 2018
Rating: ★★★★✰


After years of pain and heartbreak, Lake and manning finally have their happy ending. A peaceful house and a progressing career along with immense love must equate a fulfilling life. But not everything can be rainbows and sunshine. Faced with a new difficulty, Lake and Manning’s story will be put through another test of time.

I am so freaking happy to get more of Lake and Manning. After waiting so long for them to get their happily ever after, reading more about their daily life was sort of cathartic. But then again, they had more problems to deal with so basically it was a roller coaster of emotions.

The story was heart-warming, beautiful and just THE THING that makes Lake and Manning absolutely perfect for each other. I am still not ready to let go of these two but their story ended on what in possibly the best way I could ever think of.

I wish I could tell you each and everything about this book but you need to experience this beauty on your own.

(PS- Manning’s dirty talk is what I live for. #blessed)

4.5 Stars!

~Sonal


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Synopsis:
The final book in the Something in the Way series, a love saga.

Manning and I have what happily-ever-after is made of . . .
A home he built us on the unshakeable foundation we fought for.
A life of laughter carved out of heartache and betrayal.
A love story to stand the test of time.

But between a trust that can’t be broken, joy that can’t be bridled, and passion that would scorch the sun, the empty spaces are becoming more and more difficult to ignore . . .
Fears that keep Manning up at night as he slips from our bed.
Our complicated relationship with a man he respects and one I don’t know how to forgive.
And a sprawling, beautiful home with one small room I’m afraid I’ll never be able to fill.

Manning and I have what happily-ever-after is made of . . .
But I’ll beg the heavens for just one thing more.

 

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