Andrés, why can’t it be enough that I love you? That I want to spend forever with you. Why must you expect so much more? I’m not ready for marriage and a family. I don’t know if I ever will be.
Christina, I need to know that what I’m putting into this relationship isn’t all for nothing. To me, you mean everything. But I won’t be your stepping stone. Because as much as it would kill me, if you refuse to commit to something more, I will walk away.
Will Christina ever be ready? Will Andrés stay or walk? Will their love endure or is it doomed before they even have a chance?
*ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review*
It’s been six months since the end of Say When and Christina and Andrés are living together and their life couldn’t be more perfect. Andrés wants more to the relationship & proposing to Christina is the next step for him but he is afraid that she won’t say yes. When he learned that she doesn’t want to have any children, he is suspicious that she will get back with her ex-fiancé Jackson, now that he has the custody of his son Ty.
Christina is stressed out but she is glad that Andrés is in her life. She could not have done anything without him. But when he walks out on her and she knows it’s her fault, there is nothing she can do but realize her past is the past and she needs to move on with her life.
”This is not sweet, gentle love making. This is lust. This is need, fueled by something more potent than words can define. This is passion, an all-consuming fuck. And, oh-my-God, I can’t get enough.”Say Yes is a perfect addition to the series. I’m not going to lie, I was a little disappointed with the previous book, mostly because I wasn’t that connected with all the characters. It was the same with this one as well but after about 40% of the story, it definitely captured my attention and made me glad that I didn’t give up on the book.
I can’t wait to read the next book in the series, Say Forever which should be released in the next few months. Yayyy!