Some things are meant to be; some aren’t.
I never thought this would be my life.
I never believed I could feel this way.
I don’t know where to go from here.
I never want to be anywhere else.
My whole world has changed.
She is my whole world.
I’m not sure how to be me again.
I’ve never felt more like myself.
I’ve never needed anyone, but I need him.
I love her. I’ll always love her.
But is our love enough? Can Levi and I really survive this?
Together, Ivy and I can survive anything.
Disclaimer: Max Monroe’s editor recommends readers purchase tissues in bulk prior to reading the deeply emotional and epic finale of the STONE COLD FOX Trilogy. Early readers have complained of the following symptoms: sobbing, happy tears, overwhelming elation, book hangovers, and the urge to re-read the entire STONE COLD FOX Trilogy after finishing FOX.
Guys, I don’t know exactly what I was expecting from Fox, the third book in the series, but I guess I was kind of expecting it to follow the vibes of the previous 2 books. It didn’t. Fox was a lot more emotional, without the component of mystery.
I really enjoyed it, though a bit less than the previous two books. I could see the relationship between Ivy and Levi grow a lot, and they both became more mature. Levi stepped up to the plate after the events of Cold, and it was amazing to see how much he had grown since book Stone.Ivy went through some traumatic stuff, but again, I really liked to see her rely on Levi, and be able to overcome everything that happened.
I was expecting certain things to have a higher impact than they really did.
From a certain point on, I felt like the events were a bit predictable, and maybe a bit too easy. I was expecting some drama, but overall, most of the book just felt like a huge epilogue (like Deanna mentioned on her review).
If you haven’t started this series yet, DO. The series is available on Kindle Unlimited, and I would advise you the read the three books in a row, so you can feel all the kicks. Enjoy.