THE CONFESSION was the perfect conclusion to the Body Works Trilogy. In book three we are still following Alec and Anna’s “relationship”. After the devastating danger in THE DISTRACTION (book two), Anna has decided to move on and tries to live her life without all the threats and potential harm. Only problem is she can’t possibly function without Alec. Her thoughts are completely consumed by him.
When danger strikes once again, Alec is there to pick up the pieces. She realizes that running from him isn’t the answer, but how can they live together with the possibilities of jail time looming over their heads?
I LOVED this whole trilogy. It is one of those rare times when I pick a book up without knowing the author and fall madly in love with it. Sierra Kincade’s writing is so descriptive and fast paced.
I loved Anna. She was strong, level headed and wasn’t afraid to speak what’s on her mind.
“I was Anna goddamn Rossi. I’d lived through a kidnapping and attempted murder. I’d survived the rugs that had killed my first mom, and the cancer that had taken the second. I would survive Alec Flynn.”
I loved Alec. He’s the ultimate alpha. He’s protective. He’s bossy. He’s demanding. He’s also sweet and caring. The connection between Alec and Anna is scorching.
“Tell yourself whatever you need to,” he said. “That you don’t need me. That I’m not yours. But don’t make the mistake of believing it. Slow or not, this ends in the same place with you and me.”
I can honestly and confidently say that this is one of my favorite series of all time, and I’m so sad to see it end!
**Complimentary copy provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review