I’m tired of running, tired of hiding, tired of always looking over my shoulder.
Now my guys must endure this too.
The clock is still ticking in my head.
I feel him circling, getting closer and closer.
The fear I carry is nearly suffocating. Not for me, but for my guys. I know what it’s like to have your family taken from you in the most brutal of ways. I won’t lose my family again. I will do whatever it takes to protect them. Even if that means I must face the monster who has haunted my nightmares and reality and kill him myself.
Please forgive me, my Stone boys.
I must do this to free you. And…to free me.
***Free Me is the final book in the WITSEC series.***
This is the amazing conclusion to the WITSEC series, and it feels as though we’ve been waiting FOREVER for it but it was so worth the wait. I love everything about this series so I’m sad to see it end but I love the way it ended. Shiloh is such a badass and she’s fed up with all the bullies. From the mean girls at school to the corrupt sheriff to the psycho serial killer who’s been chasing her across the country, she’s seen it all and she’s done. Shiloh doesn’t back down from a challenge and does not shy away when things get scary. She realizes now that she’ll never have a future if she doesn’t stop X and she’s determined to do it herself.
The dirty Stone boys are as perfect as ever, rallying around their girl and trying to protect her from the cruel world she lives in, but to little avail. She’s got too many enemies so she’s not safe anywhere, even with four young, fit personal bodyguards. I couldn’t wait to get back into this world but I wanted the full experience so I had planned to re-read the first three books before diving into this one. But once I got this book in my grubby little paw, I had no self-control at all and devoured it as shocking speeds, although I have no regrets.
The story picks up exactly where it left off, in the thick of the action. Shiloh is surrounded by threats and facing constant danger. She worries not just for herself but for Logan and her friends and of course, her Stone boys. But no matter what they do, X always seems to be a step ahead of them. I don’t want to give away any spoilers, so I’ll just say that the characters we all love got the HEA they deserve. I hate that this is the end, but I couldn’t have asked for anything more, so I love where we left off, even if I am disappointed that this is the end. This series is one of my all-time favorites and I will definitely read it again.