Lennon’s Hope (Lennon’s Girls #3)-Chris Meyers

Sometimes in love, you lose all control…

At age ten, Rain fell hard for the sweet boy caring for his sister.
At age eighteen, she runs into Lennon, now an experienced player and no longer the innocent boy she once loved.
At age nineteen, she has to put all her plans on hold to have his baby, and under a cloud of deception, she faces tragedy and heartbreak.

At age ten, Lennon proposed to Rain in front of the whole school.
At age eighteen, he thought he was over her until he sees her at a party, no longer a little girl but all grown-up and sexy as hell.
At age nineteen, he loses what he cherishes most.

What a great ending to this the third book in a awesome emotional roller coaster of a book.

Lennon and Rains story took my breath away with each instalment you get further pulled into there lives. The plot for this story pulls at your insides and makes your heart hurt.
The pain and hurt that this couple go through to stay together and learn to trust each other just makes for a truly beautiful story.

Just when you think they will live happily ever after, tradegy strikes and things start to unravel quickly.
Lennon will do anything to get things back on track but Rain shuts down unable to express the hurt trapped inside of her. Lennon spirals down and follows the path his father took before him and struggles to find his way back.

The love and commitment Rain and Lennon have for there relationship makes your heart smile inside, they have endured so much in there short lives and were truly made for each other.
I loved that Lennon built a relationship with his father again and that Jinx found her happy ever after too.
This is a great conclusion to the Lennon’s Girls Series. All the characters have grown emotionally. You take a journey through so many different emotions throughout this book your totally spent by the end, but gosh it’s so worth it!. And what a ending, the final epilogue, geez, sobbing big fat tears even though there was a smile on my face the whole time I was reading it. Chris Myers has done a fantastic job yet again.

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