I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by C.L. Parker
Released: September 20th 2016
Series: Monkey Business Trio #3
Published by Bantam
“I couldn’t ask for a better ending to this trilogy. Kudos to a job well done, Ms Parker”
~ Under the Covers
Coming Clean focuses on the post baby glow and excitement of Shaw and Cassidy’s relationship. At this point, Cassidy is still not working and has devoted her time to their son. Shaw on the other hand, is working very hard to prove that he deserve his job which he and Cassidy were fighting for to begin with. Unfortunately, his hard work has taken a toll. Lack of time with the family became frequent and the spark in their relationship has dimmed quite a bit putting what they worked for in jeopardy.
I just love how Ms. Parker ended this trilogy. She showed that happy ever afters doesn’t necessarily end at just getting the girl. No. Successful relationships take a lot of hard work and Shaw and Cassidy finds this out quick. Parker did an awesome job showing their struggles are as real as mine. I felt their pain. Parker also put a bit more heat in this installment. Definitely hotter than the previous book.
Cassidy’s character was consistent from the beginning. Even now that her role has changed, she is still very strong and independent. Shaw, well, is still very rough around the edges. And he showed a typical career oriented dad who can be oblivious about relationship issues. But he still is very sweet and thinks the world of Cassidy and his son. Their way of working things out is a little unorthodox, but the strong characters that they are, they pull through.
I cried, laughed, was hot and bothered, and I loved every bit of this installment. I couldn’t ask for a better ending to this trilogy. Kudos to a job well done, Ms Parker
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