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Despite being the epitome of tall, dark, and incredibly handsome, Remington Winslow has been single for most of his life. It’s cliche and easy until you consider the fact that he was once left at the altar in a horrific moment.
He doesn’t enter into relationships. He’s definitely not falling in love.
And I’m just trying to survive a tangled web of unexpected motherhood and run one of the best real estate companies in town that never sleeps.
He’s the jaded guy who doesn’t want to settle down, and I’m the career-minded woman with more luggage than a 747 can carry.
We’re just two friends who used to be in love.
Now if someone told my hormones I’m not a teenager anymore, I’d be ready.
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This is the fourth and final book in the Winslow Brother series and it was like coming home. At this point in the series we all got to know them very well, but there was this great sense of comfort in finally learning the story of older brother Remy.
You see, they left it at the altar so many years ago. And now it’s anti-engagement. He’s pretty somber about it. But when he gets stuck in an elevator with his old high school girlfriend, a connection is rekindled and it seems like the tunes are about to change. Even though Maria is eight months pregnant…
It is official. I fell in love with another Winslow brother. Remy is the definition of swoon and she couldn’t get enough of him. You can’t help but feel like there’s divine intervention, fate, or some kind of magic at play here in this series… and you know, I totally agree. And that Maria, she’s such a strong heroine. Despite all the difficulties she had to face alone, she is a successful business woman and is about to become a mother. It’s not easy for her to let anyone in. But Remy makes it almost impossible not to.
I loved that explosive slow fire. A smooth build with great suspense and emotion leading to some hot fantastic scenes. This one felt a lot cuter outside of the group. More emotion than we’ve ever seen before. While I still have many great moments to laugh at. These two just worked. The perfect team. It was effortless. The flashbacks to his past tied it all together really well too.
But the relationship these brothers have… Their pranks and pranks. It really is a highlight of this series. I love the family feel that this book has in particular. It’s just so perfectly packaged. You MUST read the extended epilogue! It’s absolute perfection. It made me laugh out loud with tears in my eyes. Well done Max Monroe, well done. I hope that we will see this family again in the future. Highly recommended!
Did I spend my Wednesday dodging all commitments and reading this book? You can bet I did. And I have no regrets. Because Max Monroe definitely saved the best and most powerless of the brothers for last. Though, to be fair, I love Flynn (from The Pact) even more, but Remy almost shares that spot. This book made me laugh, sigh, and just rhapsodize many times, and that’s what I love about Max Monroe’s books. You rarely get bored!
At The Redo you will find:
Second Chance Romance
a delicious slow fire
big brother winslow
a hardworking and mean real estate queen
Antics of the Winslow family
so many sensations!
Max Monroe basically wrote this book for me with all the tropes and swoons. I’m a big fan of lovers friends so obviously that was my thing. And then add in one of my all-time favorite tropes, second chances, and I’m basically like putty on his hands. I read and loved all of the Winslow brothers when their books came out and was always very curious about Remy because he missed Cleo and her fortune telling all those years ago. And I felt so bad, I wanted to protect him.
But when we got to the end of The Secret and saw Remy stepping out of the elevator with Maria, I was delighted! I loved that the story alternated between the present and her past, giving us just enough insight to understand the connection between Maria and Remy. And your bonding guys… it was so nice!
Maria is pregnant when she runs into Remy again, and between getting carried away with her job and trying to keep her composure during pregnancy, it’s a punch in the stomach with the only man she’s ever truly loved has to get stuck in an elevator. Somehow, Remy proves to be everything he was when they were teenagers and continues to deliver powerlessness and kindness.
After being left down the aisle 14 years ago, Remy is a little weary of love and relationships. One night stands are fun and enjoyable, but meeting Maria again and being forced to spend the whole time in an elevator with her brings out all the feelings he thought he was turning off.
There are so many things I loved about this book and I really want to be careful not to give too much away. But do you know that Remington Winslow is the most generous man in the family. How he stands up for Maria every time, how he’s always there no matter what. How he looks out for her even when she’s trying to do things on her own. I loved that Maria, while she wants to, and probably can, do things on her own, Remy still gives her the option not to do everything.
He never downplays her need to be in control of every minute of her life, he just encourages her to take it easy. And Maria, what a strong character. He’s been through a lot and lost even more, but he still keeps his head up and overcomes. Maria’s work has always come first and her struggle to find a balance between her old life and her new life really shakes her. But she does, and I admire her for it.
If you thought you had a lot of Winslow shenanigans in the first three books, you were wrong. It all shows in this one simply because Remy is the last of the brothers to get married and the others are unbearable because of it. I loved seeing the brothers again and I loved seeing Winnie and Wes. As always, Thatcher delivers her genius. But do you know what I liked the most? There’s a scene between Remy and Flynn at a carnival and guys… the amount of laughter I had during that scene was insane.
Unlike the first three books, this one isn’t as passionate and wild. It’s more about the emotional connection between Maria and Remy and honestly that’s what I’m here for. I loved how they gradually built trust and how their past connected to their future and how every minute they are together everything makes sense. The forced closeness provided a healthy dose of intense feelings that later turned into sexual tension, but seriously, the emotional connection and chemistry had me hooked and I never wanted to let go.
I can’t believe this is the end of the series (have to read the extended epilogue to see if there’s anything in store for me in the future) because I’ve loved spending time with the Winslow family and it can’t wait for more!
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