Title: The Finish Line

Series: The Ravenhood

Author: Kate Stewart

Genre: Romantic Suspense, New Adult

Release Date: January 25, 2021

Secrets and Lies...

I’ve lived the entirety of my life wrapped up in subterfuge for one purpose—revenge.

Through the years, I lived more as an enigma than a man.

For so long, I denied I had a beating heart of my own.

Until her. Until she unearthed the starving vessel inside, forced me to acknowledge it, forced me to understand that I’m capable of bleeding the same as any other.

For that, we paid. We're still paying.

Yet, she demands it still, the useless heart of the ruthless thief and shameless villain she fell for. My fear is, I’m no longer that man.

With the lies I’ve told, the life I’ve led, my mistakes are beginning to catch up with me, day by day, one by one.

This is my last chance, and I have no intention of losing her again, but as the deception of my past starts to unravel and close in, shedding my humanity may be the only thing that can save us both.

Maybe it’s already too late.

Rating ★★★★★

"With us, looking is love, fighting is love, fucking is love, and even now, while we muddle through our collective, but distinctly different fears, it's love."

And to think that this was originally going to be just a newsletter exclusive at one point. So glad that Kate made it into a full length novel and boy oh boy is this book thick !! You will want to savour every word, every moment of it.

Kate does what she does so very well and that's take you on a journey. This stunning conclusion to the Ravenhood series will captivate you. Tobias and Cecelia will enthralled you as they figure out their future together.

Full of secrets that will have you glued to the pages. The tensions is palpable, the emotions are high and I was captivated by it all. So much to absorb and with every book you hope you are left satisfied with the outcome while at the same time hoping that you enjoyed the ride to the end. I can tell you that this series is epic, it's amazing and it's sooo very worth it.

It's just one of those stories that will stick with you.

Reviewed by Melissa