Grand Slam Tracie Delaney #3 Winning Ace
A sky high ending for a fantastic trilogy, and I’m gutted to say goodbye to our hero Cash Gallagher.
I’m still shocked it’s by a debut author – it’s so good. Best book so far and that’s saying something!
I couldn’t sleep for thinking about this book. It will thrill and warm you as you read it. But be warned when you put it down it’s going to say with you.
Clearly, I don’t want to give the game away (see what I did there?!) but there’s a real dilemma here I needed to explore.
One character is redeemed. And it has me thinking about the nature of betrayal. Would you forgive a friend’s betrayal? And if so, how far would you go? Can you forgive and forget? Should unrelated circumstances dictate your forgiveness? It’s a tough one, and had me questioning my own judgement a week later. I’ve decided, I’m no Tally.
Ms Delaney’s burgeoning skill is obvious, her characterisation is absolutely superb. Regardless of what you think about the choices her characters make, you’ll be cursing Ms Delaney as you sob your heart out. And I dare you not to cry. I sat on a plane full of strangers with tears flowing making odd little sob noises. Thank you to the stewardess on Aegean who bought me tissues. I wasn’t brave enough to tell her ‘it’s just a book’. And maybe it’s not just a book, but a chance to reflect. Easy five stars.