Until Lilly by Aurora Rose Reynolds (Until #3)

Book description from goodreads.com

When Cash Mayson was forced to choose between the love of his life and his unborn child, he knew exactly what he had to do. No matter how broken it left him.

When Lilly Donovan was forced to accept that the guy she loved wasn’t who she thought he was and became a single mother, she knew exactly what she had to do. Proving just how strong she was.
What happens when years later you find out that everything you thought you knew was a lie?

Can two people who once loved each other overcome the obstacles that are thrown at them and fall in love all over again? Cash Mayson had forgotten how it felt to be loved Until Lilly came back into his life. And now that he remembers, he will do everything within his power to keep not only the woman that he loves, but also his children.
The power of love is a beautiful thing.

My rating

4.5 stars

My review

Book 3 in the “Until” series is about Trevor.  This book is a lot more serious than the other two books, with more serious overtones and a seriously bat-shit crazy ex.  There isn’t a lot I can say about the content of this book that wouldn’t be spoilers, but this was probably but the best book of the series, and also the most frustrating (due to the crazy ex I mentioned before).

This book is intense, fast-paced and well written.  I love the Mayson brothers and their family, how close they are, how they look out for each other.  They feel like a real family that you may know in your real life.  Although, I think a family with four alpha males is not real possible:)

I am sad there won’t be another book in this series for a few months, but saw there will be another series with the Mayson’s cousin Kenton, and a few other guys.  I would like to see a book with November’s dad, Mike.  This is such a great series, I would highly, highly recommend.

My recommendation:

Read it, but read the series in order.

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