|Moore than Forever|
Mia and Schooner have fought to be together after twenty four years and one misunderstanding won't keep them away any more. Their baby is just another way of connecting their lives forever.
When Schooner's dad has a heart attack, flying to California is unavoidable. Mia will need to put her ghosts to rest.
"Boy, did she do a number on you. It's time for an exorcism, Baby Girl. We need to bury that ghost, because it doesn't deserve a place in our lives. I love you. I have always loved you. I have never stopped loving you. I will never stop loving you. You are the love of my life, you always have been, you always will be. "
CJ doesn't make things easy but Zac has changed and he seems to be redeemable. (Maybe even the lead of the next book. What do you think Julie??? I think Lily and Zac will make a great couple. Just make Zac suffer a little. )
Schooner decides to take a trip to Africa and he takes Mia with him. In a way, Michael is a big part of this book and it makes me shed some more tears. Without giving more away, I think this was a perfect end to the trilogy. I was glad to see Mia and Schooner stable in their relationship and love for each other.
"I promise I'll love you forever." "That's not long enough," she whispered back, holding his head against her tight.
"God, you're a greedy little thing," he was smiling into her ear.
"Yes, I am. And I want you to love me for more than forever."
"It's a deal, Baby Girl."