Author: Ginger Voight
Publisher by: Independent
Published on: February 27, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Romance
Related Books: Enticed
In the third and final book of the Fullerton Family Saga, long-simmering secrets explode with disastrous consequences. The fractured Fullertons face their biggest challenges yet, and every single one must rise to their own personal challenges and beat their demons once and for all – no matter what it takes.In the conclusion of this best-selling, highly rated series, author Ginger Voight once again raises the stakes for her characters and her readers. These characters you have grown to love (and hate) are faced with heart-wrenching challenges that will test them unlike anything they’ve experienced so far. In the end, only love can save them. It is a message of hope, family and forgiveness amidst the exciting backdrop of excess and power.
Rachel and Drew are starting off their lives as newlyweds. This series has mind fucked me since i began it. Rachel and Drew were together in book 1. Then Rachel was with Alex, Drews brother, in book 2 until it ended with her marrying Drew at the end of book 2. Rachel is pregnant with Drew’s child and she is doing her best to live life with the cards she has been dealt. She still loves Alex but decides to make the best of her life with Drew. There are many incidents throughout the story that play on the bonds she shares with both men. Its not until a threat to the family bring them all together in one unit to work together. It is during this time that tragedy strikes that bring them fully together but it may be too late. Rachel struggles in her last days of pregnancy, Drew and Alex’s lives are both changed forever. Jonathan Drew’s son from his first marriage is lost to them all.
Will things work out for this family? Will Jonathan return home where he is loved? Will Drew redeem himself from his selfish behaviors? Will Alex redeem himself from his selfish behaviors? There is only one way to get these answers and that’s by picking up a copy of Enraptured. You do not want to miss the exciting conclusion to the Fullerton Family Saga.
This series and particularly this final installment left me on an emotional roller coaster but not the kind that made me want to throw my kindle across the room. It was the kind that had me feeling for each character and Honestly at time I hated Drew and at times I hated alex and maybe even I hated Rachel a little but I didn’t want her to have to choose between the brothers. This is a cast of characters while screwed up in the head will have you loving them all the same.
I was still awake, and still livid, when Drew came to bed closer to midnight. He shrugged out of his shirt. “Such disapproval,” he murmured. “What exactly did I do now?”
“I’m still trying to wrap my mind around your using Jonathan to lure Alex into some kind of trap.”
“I told you. It’s only a trap if he’s doing something wrong.”
“Whatever. In the future, leave Jonathan out of it.”
He cocked an eyebrow as he stood next to the bed, his hands on his hips. “Excuse me?”
“Whatever is between you and Alex has nothing to do with Jonathan. He’s a little boy torn in two with loyalty and affection for the both of you. I refuse to stand by and allow you to squander his good faith and his trust to make some kind of point.”
Anger sharpened his features as he stared down at me. “Allow me?” he repeated. “And who, exactly, gave you authority to question me on how I parent my son?”
“You did,” I told him. “You wanted Jonathan to have a mother, and now he has one. If you think you’re going to use him like some wadded up piece of tissue paper, you’re going to have to get through me first. I’m not just your paid flunky anymore. I’m your wife, and the mother of your children. This family will not run like your business. We work together – honestly and openly – or not at all. Got it?”
His eyes never left my face as he slipped out of his pants and crawled into bed. He wrapped his hand around the back of my neck and pulled me close, his mouth hovering just an inch over my own. “There’s that fire I missed,” he murmured. His mouth descended toward my own, but I resisted, pushing back against his hand while I met his gaze dead on.
“Got it?” I repeated.
A smile broke apart on his face. “Absolutely,” he answered.
“Good,” I said. “Goodnight, Drew.”
I slipped from his hand and turned my back to him, turned off the light and disappeared under the covers.