The first book in this series held me captive long after I had finished reading. Days after I finished it, I talked to my therapist about these characters. I couldn’t stop thinking about them and here it is almost a year later, and 3 more duets have been released all of which had the same effect on me as the first.
Each duet is an age-gap romance about a member of the Easton family, but they are also more than romance. They have heartbreak, angst, pain from the past and at times horrors of the present.
During all that you see these characters falling in love, the guys being alpha, swoon worthy heroes, women who may be down, but they aren’t out. The Easton family grows larger with each book and along with that is a deeper family connection that by the last book I wasn’t ready to say goodbye. Honestly, I read Deep Burn almost a week ago and the characters are still on my mind.
If you like age-gap and family sagas this is an absolute must-read series.
Easton Family Saga although each duet is a standalone, I recommend reading them in the order they were published to get a better emotional feel for the characters.