I just finished reading the first three books in this series. Usually I find I like each book in the series more and more but this time I found I liked book one the best, then book two and didn't LOVE book three.
I know I was drawn to book one because it put so much emphasis on the young boy that Dare is fathering alone since the passing of his wife in a horrible accident. I always love any books that put children first. I also loved how well Ivy connected with "Tiger" which by the way is a way better name than "Theo" :)
Book two just wasn't as interesting to me and didn't draw me in quite as much. But it was still good.
I've never been a huge hockey fan though so that part of the story took me a little more effort to get involved in. However, the more I read about Jace the more I liked him. He wasn't perfect by any means and he spent a lot of time second guessing Eden but I suppose she did the same thing to him!
I really enjoyed how Eden and Jace continually worked together to help the John Doe in the hopsital and how they both were endless cheerleaders and good friends to Sam and his daughter and also to Owen.
I'm always amazed at the family dynamics when there are so many kids as the Christensen clan has! I'm glad she decided to write about a big family!
I am looking forward to reading the rest of the books in the series though!