And the second hand is back.
I was genuinely surprised at how much I enjoyed this trilogy of novellas (novellae?). I find Colleen Hoover a bit hit-or-miss and I'd never read anything by Tarryn Fisher before, so really it was only the super cool covers that attracted me to these
After the two cliffhangers we were left with, I was eager to read this and see how everything finished up. And I'm glad to say I wasn't disappointed.
Obviously I'm not going to spoil everything by saying what happens, but suffice to say we do get a resolution to Silas and Charlie's memory-reset problem. It wasn't really the ending that I thought it would be, but there was a definite line drawn under everything.
One of the things I've loved about this series is the characters. Charlie and Silas are so lovely together, despite all the crap they're going through. I loved the way they had to get to know and fall in love with each other again every two days.
I wouldn't say that all the loose ends are tied up - there were a few plot points that were kind of left dangling, and I was surprised at how quickly (like, head-swimmingly quickly) Charlie's attitude towards her father changed, but overall I was pleased with how things turned out. We also got a fun epilogue as well, which was unexpected.
If you happen to see this trilogy on sale on Amazon or wherever, I'd recommend them. For me, the second part was the weakest. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't as good as the other two parts. The other two parts have definitely made up for it, though.