Love is not love
Which alters when it alteration finds,
Or bends with the remover to remove:
O no! it is an ever-fixed mark
That looks on tempests and is never shaken…
~Chapter 33 “The Truest of Words”
In the lovely conclusion to the romance that has captured hearts everywhere, we follow Daniel and Aubrey on what may be their most difficult journey to date – real life.
The Truest of Words picks up where Better Deeds than Words left us – the semester is finally over and as Aubrey’s graduation nears, the love sick couple finds themselves navigating the stress of bringing their relationship out into the open and the repercussions it could have for not only them, but those associated with them.
In this book we get to see much more of Daniel and the wonderfully handsome, romantic, OCD perfectionist he is. Daniel begins to focus on himself hoping that with Aubrey’s help he can become more of the man he used to be before accusations of misconduct were flung his way during his time at Oxford. Aubrey, on the other hand, is busy juggling the demands of her new boss, examining what life will be like after university and contemplating her future with Daniel and his ever growing (and dare I say meddling?) family.
The overriding theme in this book is certainly “love above all”. It seems that no matter what is tossed their way Aubrey and Daniel have a way of using their love and mutual respect for one another as a safe place they can always come back to. Demons certainly rise up in their lives and the way they tackle them together brings their characters full circle in many ways.
While this book has a slightly different “tone” than the other two, it’s still an enjoyable read and you’ll certainly want to see how the story of true love wraps up.
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