Book 6, The Walshes Series
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Rebel, runner, recluse, rich girl.
Nine years ago, Erin Walsh ran away from
The only permanence in her life is catastrophe.
She travels from country to country, chasing disaster, teasing fire, playing with poison. She guards against real connections, and shuns the only family she has left. She holds everyone—even her siblings—at a mile-long distance. It's the only way to protect herself.
But she can't protect herself from Nick Acevedo.
He's the ice to her fire, and he's willing to sacrifice everything to bring her home.
Erin Walsh comes back to Boston to attend her brother's wedding and marries her own man on the spur of the moment the eveing before the weddding. Theirs is a long distance relationship that goes on for some time because of their career commitments. Eris is traumatized by her past and is reluctant to change but her husband lovingly encourages to overcome her past history. This book is a study of the effects of their past s on the Walsh family lives and there is hope that they can overcome the strife caused by their abusive family. I highly recommend reading the entire series to capture the essence of the whole family and their partners!
I loved this book!
Erin Walsh hasn't had an easy life. She's found her calling in fire and ice until she returns forher older brother Matt's wedding to Lauren. Once she's among family she finds the reasons she left don't really apply much any more.
Her Kryptonite (I don't want to give anything away) longs for her return to him though he supports her ambitions and understands her better than anyone. He has been focused on his career forever until he meets her and is ready to do anything to make their relationship work.
I loved Erin's self-preservation and her wayward thoughts with her insights into many things. I loved her man's fierce protectiveness of her. On the outset this book seems like it is an insta-love but it's far more than that.
I'm sure I've said this before but I think this is the author's best work to date. This is the 5th book in the series while it can be read as a standalone, it really shouldn't be as there are so many things you'll miss in the other books. As with the other books, this book focuses on one couple, Erin and her man. The epilogue is both epic and captivating. The nuggets delivered in this book are shocking and surprising. I couldn't put this book down and I'm both excited for the next one and dreading it at the same time as it will be the end of this series.
All of the Walshes make repeated appearances in this book. The timing covers some of the same events as the others but they're from Erin and her man's perspectives and add quite a bit of insight.
I highly recommend this series to anyone.
The Spire is my favorite book of 2016. It starts off jaw dropping and the feels continue until the very last page. I read this book in one sitting, physically unable to put it down until it was over. Then I kind of sat there staring, just in awe of the smart, lovely, heartbreaking, beautiful story I had just read. The characters are like no other, Erin is one of the most fascinating characters I've ever had the privilege of reading. Her Someone Special is amazing in his own right, and the perfect calm to Erin's storm. What they go through together is romantic, shocking and one hell of a ride. This book is HIGHLY recommended and A MUST READ in my opinion. Just... WOW.