Hmmm… So this book helped make a comeback from Stone Promises. I still couldn’t give it 5 stars. Toward the middle to end it got one of those weird way too many thoughts, trying to make word count vibes. I still really liked the book, don’t get me wrong. I liked the characters. Chad/Thad and Malory made a visit from the previous book as well as characters from the other Stone brothers book and the Mitchell Sisters Book. I still think Chad/Thad (he’s one and the same) is a very hard character for me to remember. I keep having to really think about who he is and how he falls into this…
I really want to play “Never Have I Ever” after reading this book. Unfortunately, I don’t really have people to play it with. Oh well. And everyone else would probably be drunk, but not me ha! Or full if we just played it with food. It’s all good.
Stone Vows – Samantha Christy (A Stone Brother’s Trilogy Book)
I’m her doctor.
She’s my patient.
My only patient.
She’s alone and in trouble.
From the moment I see her, I know she’s special.
As a resident, I’ve spent years living and breathing hospital life.
Then she comes into my ER, and my need to help her is all-consuming.
Despite the consequences…
Even knowing I could lose everything I’ve worked for…
I can’t stay away.
How far will I go to protect her?
Note to reader: This series can easily be enjoyed out of order.
Stone Vows can be read as a standalone novel. It is the third book in a series that follows three brothers.
Interestingly this book makes guys out to be kind of jerks. The fact that he’s totally in love with someone else but can sleep with a completely different person. I don’t know. I’m not a guy… I really do like the storyline of this book. I was sad toward the end when it felt like she was just using words/pages to buy time to get to the end. And the end came abruptly.
Her style of writing is something I enjoy because you get perspective from both male and female main characters. I like that. You know when you read a book or at least when I do, I sometimes want to see the other side of the story. That happens in Samantha Christy’s writing and I like it.
In case you’re keeping count, this is book 9 of my 13 book this year challenge.