Max is a nomad, a young woman who enjoys nothing more than hitching up her camper van and, with her faithful companion, a giant of a dog called Clifford, (who was an absolute darling), travelling the country working on farms wherever she’s needed. She’s a free spirit, sassy and confident, never wanting or needing to put down roots, and I really liked her. Her first introduction to Tug and Toxic is an unconventional one and they certainly get to see more of her than they were expecting! The attraction between the three of them is quite apparent from the beginning but a past tragedy has Max unwilling to risk her heart again. She’s just after a good time, not a long time, whereas Tug and Toxic are ready for something more meaningful and permanent. Max has a pretty fertile imagination and a lot of the steamy times in the beginning are relayed by way of very vivid dreams. I’ve got to say, this does not make those scenes any less scorching believe you me but I would’ve liked to have seen more of a courtship between these three. Nevertheless, I did really enjoy the naughty, flirty banter and the time they spent in each other’s company.
However, it’s all fun and games until a deadly situation arises and everyone gets a big reality check. I loved it when all four Seals came together as a team, and I was holding my breath, by no means certain that they would be in time to prevent a complete disaster occurring. The change of pace gave me goosebumps and a particularly devastating moment had me in floods of tears and reaching for the tissues. I loved the drama and apprehension in this part of the story, the uncertainty that when the dust settled, would any of them emerge unscathed.
Forever Wanted part two is mainly Tug and Toxic’s story, but there’s lots going on here. As the final book in this series, it does tie up various loose ends with previous characters too, including Pink and Buttercup from Forever Wanted part one, who I absolutely loved. Overall, a fitting ending to this enjoyable series.
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