As Jax and Rachel start their lives together, finally engaged and living in Los Angeles, all seems right with the world until Chloe wants to enter their lives again. She wants to be closer to her son, Jace, and in order to keep the peace, Jax agrees. Unfortunately, trouble seems to be swirling in the air when Rachel’s high school crush enters their lives; meanwhile Chloe proclaims to be pregnant.
Rachel is left questioning whether Jax is the one she wants to live happily ever after with, while they are left pondering who could be the father of Chloe’s baby. Could their relationship be strong enough to surpass these obstacles or will this mean the end of Jax and Rachel’s love.
Jax was finally convinced that he, Rachel, and Jace were on their way to the bright and beautiful future that he has been hoping for. The major obstacles they have had to overcome are behind them now, and they can finally focus their concentration on the peaceful days ahead. If only life were that simple and neat because even when we see smooth sailing ahead Fate can sometimes decide to throw a few waves and raindrops our way. When their calm skies are disrupted with a huge storm, they try to hold onto the love they have in their heart for the other, but sometimes doubts and insecurities cover us like water and cause our grip on the other to slip and sometimes to break altogether. In those times, we need to decide what is more important to us – our pride and anger or love and forgiveness. Will the storms that Jax and Rachel weather overtake them, or will they find a way to conquer it and be that much stronger afterwards?
If I enjoyed Jax and Rachel from Something Amazing, I have officially fallen in love with both of them. I couldn’t have imagined the depth of determination and courage that they would need in order to fight for their family. They had so much to lose, and they had to decide if they were going to let it slip through their fingers or hold on tight and allow the strength and stubbornness of their love bind them together forever. I loved how their friends and family rallied around Rachel and her family giving their love and encouragement without forcing their advice and opinions on them. They allowed them to work through their issues without stepping into it and making it an even bigger mess.
M. Clark has enchanted me with her true mastery and genius throughout this story. This series is undoubtedly an amazing creation that challenges and compels us to live our life using our heart rather than always relying on our head. We need to give love more than we need to give advice. Since we are all human, we can expect to fail at times, but if we are lucky, we will have friends close by who will help to pick up us up, dust us off, help us smile again, and put us back on the right path. Only then can we learn how to love those around us with the same honesty, purity, and passion that is shown to us.
International Bestselling, Award-Winning Author Mary Ting/M. Clarke resides in Southern California with her husband and two children. She enjoys oil painting and making jewelry. Writing her first novel, Crossroads Saga, happened by chance. It was a way to grieve the death of her beloved grandmother, and inspired by a dream she once had as a young girl. When she started reading new adult novels, she fell in love with the genre. It was the reason she had to write one-Something Great. Why the pen name, M Clarke? She tours with Magic Johnson Foundation to promote literacy and her children’s chapter book-No Bullies Allowed.