Rake has been a favorite character of mine throughout this series so I was very happy to finally get to read his story. Throughout the series Rake has been a giant manwhore but after he bumps into his ex, Bailey(basically his high school sweetheart), in the last book he is drawn back to the horrible memories of the end of their relationship. Bailey is just as angry to see Rake as he is to see her.
I loved Rake in this book. He is definitely that Rake that I loved previously in this series but we also get to see another side to him. Bailey was a great addition to this series. The chemistry between her and Rake was really good. I do have to admit that I didn't like the reason why they broke up and the secret that Bailey kept about it. It was a big hurdle for them to get over but I feel like that has been done before a lot.
I really loved the first half of the book but after that I did notice that the plot seemed to follow the same formula of the previous books of the series. After Rake and Bailey decided to be together there was some smooth sailing until someone comes out of the woodwork to mess everything up. I liked it but I would have liked something different from the same old formula. I look forward to seeing what happens next in this series.
Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for the galley.