Julianne Becker has a choice to make between love and history. She needs two men in her life, but ultimatums and secrets are forcing her to choose.
Nick Matthews has a choice to make with potential costs that will put Julianne in temptation’s way. Since He Really Feels what he does for Julianne, can Nick put aside his fears to ensure that the past doesn’t destroy the future he has always wanted?
Travis Miller thought he made his choice, but obligations may just push out the best thing that’s ever happened to him. Since He Really Feels allegiance to his family, can Travis keep his past and present from colliding?
Julianne and Nick know they should form a united front and make these decisions together, but knowing what to do and actually doing it are two very different things. Will Travis’s presence in their life pull them together or push them apart?
This is the passionate and emotional concluding book of the He Feels Trilogy.
Book gifted from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Cover :- 4 stars
Sex/steaminess :- 3 stars
Story line :-4 stars
Characters :- 3 stars
Overall rating :- 3.5 stars
Personal rating :- 4 stars
Book Pairing:- M/F
Did it give me a book hangover :- No
Is this a review book or personal read :- review read
Why I chose this book?
I was asked by the author to review
What I liked about this book.
* It's a great conclusion to the trilogy.
* Loved Travis.
What I didn't like about this book.
For some reason Julianne annoyed me. I liked her less as the story went on.
Would I read more from this author?
Would I recommend this book?
About the author
Lisa Suzanne started handwriting her books on yellow legal pads after she took a creative writing class in high school. She still has those legal pads full of stories, but now one of them is published under the title How He Really Feels. She currently works as a full time high school English teacher, and her favorite part of the year is summer. She has been blessed with the world’s best dog, a supportive family, and a husband who encouraged her to publish after reading one of her novels. She likes the advice of Ernest Hemingway’s famous quote, “Write drunk. Edit sober.”