Thursday, 1 May 2014

Review: Climbing out of Hell by Liza O'Connor

Climbing Out of Hell
Book 4 of the series
A Long Road to Love
Romantic Comedy
Trent is in hell. How he got here, befuddles him. One moment he and Carrie are in love and life was nearly perfect. The next, he’s forced by Coco’s father to destroy his relationship with Carrie and marry Coco. Only he’d rather die than marry that she-devil. So he does just that, die.  But first he gives all his money away, to ensure it won’t go to Coco.
Upon faking his suicide, he gets a new face and identity, then follows his half-brother to Iowa where Sam has become the sheriff of a small town. Without the past standing between them, the two quickly become best of friends. Unfortunately, they still have the same tastes in women, and Trent falls in love with Sam’s girl.
Will Trent give in and take what he wants, or will he remain a man of integrity and lose his last chance for love?

Review :

After the events of book three in the series, I have to admit I was a bit pissed at Ms O'Connor for tearing apart the couple I'd come to love and turning Trent into an A class jerk. 

I am extremely glad for this book because not only did Trent get redeemed but I was actually glad his and Carrie's relationship went kaboom. 

Definitely an excellent finish to a series full of twists and turns

Overall I give this 5 out of 5