Return to Book Page. At least, not if unconeitionally values his trust fund, and he definitely does. Preview — Edward Unconditionally by Lynn Lorenz. What is more important to Jack? Ratings Guide 5 Star Reviews 4. He has also led a bit of a shallow life of parties and changing jobs, backed up by his trust fund although his mother tightly controls the purse strings.
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The first scene is quite funny and I could picture it in my head perfectly as I read it. Jack is not healthy though and thankfully, impetuous Edward has a gift that can help him with the problem. Little do they realize that the health issue is bigger then just headaches and blurry vision. Edward is on a mission to leave his broken heart behind in Atlanta.
His plan is to get reacquainted with his grandmother in a south Texas town he eventually affectionately calls Hooterville. The time Edward spends with his Meemaw is touching. Jack has his own issues with control and reputation. After digging his way out and moving his way up from very humble beginnings, he is hypersensitive to what others think.
Being Police Chief is his identity and he has ruthlessly suppressed his need for companionship along the way to reach his goal. Edward is everything he is attracted to personally but in such a small town he knows that relationship will garner everything he is scared of: ridicule and gossip as well as the possible loss of his job and respect of his townsfolk.
What is more important to Jack? Edward will have nothing less than total commitment, no closets or secrets or hidden agendas. Can Jack overcome his fear and reach out? There is not a lot of sex in this book. We meet back up with Mitchell and Sammi from book 1 and Rush and Brian from book 2 several times. They all play a part in bringing Jack and Edward to the boiling point.
Sammi and Edward become quite good friends and the gang is all there for Edward as he faces some sad facts of life.
It was a very good way to wrap up this trilogy but I would have loved to have seen a more comprehensive epilogue. I hated to part way with the three couples.
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