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Final Offer

The close of my absolute favorite series ever, the Dreamland Billionaire series. There was no better way to end it than with our golden retriever boy Cal.

In this friends-to-enemies-to-lovers/second chance/small town romance, we learn more about what Cal’s task is from his late grandfather to earn his share of the Dreamland company with his brothers Rowan and Declan.

Struggling with demons of his own, Cal is forced to go back to his family’s property on the lake of a small town for one last summer and sell the lake house. Little does he know that his first love and ex-girlfriend Alana currently lives there… and also shares the deed to the house.

I will never get over how beautiful Lauren Asher’s writing is. How the simplest of things (cooking food or sitting on the dock by the lake) can give me butterflies while reading. It is her superpower and the world is better off for it.

While Cal’s struggles were not cured with a snap of his fingers nor romanticized in any way, I enjoyed getting inside his head and seeing how no matter how badly he fought, his fears and insecurities got the best of him time and time again. Love was not enough to change his bad habits overnight and I loved the realness of that. How the change needed to come from himself for himself before bringing other people into the mix.

This book was just the cherry on top to end this series so perfectly and while it is so new and I don’t want to spoil anything I’m going to leave this review short and sweet.

P.S: check this book for some trigger warnings, I really enjoyed it and will be recommending this whole series to anyone that will listen as I should, but this book definitely had a darker undertone that should be taken into account!

Book Rating: 5/5

Spice Rating: 3/5

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