Can love keep them together or will tragedy tear them apart?
Louisa never thought she’d find happiness, let alone a family who want to love her, but that’s exactly what she got in the arms of the Freed brothers.
Finally able to put her past behind her, Louisa travels to Thailand with Max, Bryce, and Hudson for a well earned holiday. Sun, sand, and sex is on the agenda and she intends to make the most of it.
It was supposed to be the perfect getaway, a chance to strengthen their blossoming relationship but when tragedy strikes, a wedge is forced between them all, and their love is tested to its limit.
Will their love for each other be enough to weather the storm?
Reverse harem, +18 readers
Genre: NA Romance, Reverse Harem
Title: Dawn of Love
Series: Brothers Freed #3
Author: Bea Paige
Source: Bea Paige
It’s not hard to see that the Freed brothers are super hot and attentive and pretty much every thing-with-a-heart-beat’s dream team. You’ve got the mountain man who looks like he’ll kick your ass but is super attentive, the comedic whose warm presence and smile you want to capture, and the broody man whose darker depths you’d totally be fine drowning in because of his commitments. They’re pretty hot guys throughout the trilogy and their dark pasts compliment Louisa’s well, I thought.
I liked the first book because of how hot and interesting the whole situation was (and I learned what a chalet was, woo!), and the second installment pretty much brought it home when things got more personal and I was able to read about them pouring their hearts out without it feeling a little too soon. This last book in the trilogy, while full of yummy sex and HEAs, seemed more like that really good and long epilogue you want to get to in the end, except it’s got that extreme drama tagged on. The synopsis warns you of a really bad thing about to happen and it made me nervous because- hello, HEA! But when I read it, the drama didn’t happen until well after more than half the book, and I personally thought that the pacing was just a little weird, but in the moment, I’d been crying because- well, who wouldn’t cry about it, you know?
Overall, the series is a hot thing I’d recommend. The third book felt just a little imbalanced because of the good feels and then that seriously INTENSE what-if-but-not-really-a-what-if, but other than that, it was kinda nice to know the Freed brothers!