Series: Fifth Avenue Trilogy #3
on September 1st, 2014
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TEN YEARS AGO ONE DEVASTATING NIGHT CHANGED EVERYTHING FOR AUSTIN, HUNTER AND ALEX. NOW THEY MUST EACH PLAY THEIR PART IN THE REVENGE AGAINST THE ONE MAN WHO RUINED IT ALL.
With ruthless determination, Alex Diaz has risen up from his deprived roots to become the head of a global media empire. But he has one last thing to achieve…avenge his friend by destroying the man responsible for her death, Jason Treffen. With stunning talk-show host Chelsea Maxwell about to interview Treffen live on TV, this is Alex’s chance.
He’ll use her show to exact a very public revenge—and seducing Chelsea, if needed, would certainly be no hardship. But he underestimates Chelsea and the attraction between them, and as their relationship deepens, Alex realizes that to annihilate Treffen could also shatter the life that Chelsea has built to protect herself….
The third and final book in the Fifth Avenue Trilogy had me on the edge. Like seriously. Lol. For those that know me I have panic anxiety and I am also not a fan of things that could embarrass people in public. Guess I’m just overly empathetic? Not sure, anyway, I knew how Jason was going to inevitably be taken down and was nervous for Chelsea. I really liked Chelsea. She was a strong character that had to reinvent herself after some bad stuff from her past. And then Alex, who was probably the closest friend of the woman who they are getting revenge for, wants to swoop in and have Chelsea give up everything she’s hidden from. But she knows what the right thing to do is to out him.
This book was a great ending to the trilogy. I was so glad to see Jason taken down. That bastard had it coming in a bad way. Now I will say that even though I liked the book, I still think the first one was the best. And I would really like to see maybe a novella or something to show everyone with their happily ever after. There was so much heartache in all the books, I want to see that they are all happy.
This series was a great, quick read. Makes me want to go pick up some more Harlequin Presents books!