The Certainty of Violet & Luke by Jessica Sorensen
The Coincidence #5
Violet Hayes’s life is a mess. Between her stalker, Preston, refusing to leave her alone, her parents’ case still being unsolved, and falling behind in school, she always feels on the verge of losing it. When some unexpected news comes her way, it’s the final straw and she ends up doing something that almost costs her life. Thankfully, she survives and makes a promise to herself to put her life back together and to try and figure out exactly how she feels about Luke Price, the one person that’s always there for her.
But as a recovering alcoholic and gambler, Luke has his own struggles to overcome. He’s also fallen in love with Violet, but fears telling her the truth, that it will scare her away or worse, she won’t reciprocate the feeling. Plus, there never seems to be a right time to say it, either the case, Preston, or life getting in the way.
Can the two of them ever get enough peace in their lives to conquer their fears and finally tell each other the truth about how they feel?
The Certainty of Violet & Luke is book #5 in the Coincidence Series.
I love these characters, I love this series and this is the absolute perfect ending to their story.
I felt like this book was much more upbeat and hopefully than I normally get from this author. But as the title suggests we all knew that they will be together forever so this is just tying up the loose ends.
I adore that Violet & Luke really start to eek out a happily ever after in this book. I cried like a baby at the first two books so for a change it was nice to feel the light at the end of the tunnel wasn’t so far away.
Luke’s mom is a proper psycho and I’m sorry but I really wanted that glass to break and let Violet at her!!!
Poor Violet breaks about a hundred times in this book, but she puts herself back together!!!
Jessica Sorensen writes these epically broken and destroyed characters she puts then together and then we as the reader watch the fireworks. What I love is that they are never ‘saved’ but instead find the strength to save themselves because of relationships they create.
I’m so glad that this couple found each other, the twists and turns of that fickle bitch fate (aka Sorensen) has led them on a fucked up journey that ultimately led them to one another.
Brilliant 4 stars from me.