For the last installment of the Peachtree Bluff this helped bring closure to a lot of aspects of the previous books. I have to say that I felt like the first book in the series was the best. The sequels were not as entertaining and the emotions felt a little forced. I don’t want any spoilers so I won’t go into detail, but the biggest aspect of the book that comes to a head in the third of the series really did not settle well with me.
The Murphy women are an amazing group of ladies and they face their trials and hardships with grit and determination. And, like most families, they don’t always like each other. But when it comes down to it, they bond together and triumph over every tribulation with love and amazing strength.
Thank you to NetGalley and Gallery Books for an ARC in exchange for my honest review.