Publication Date: November 5, 2015
Returning home with a war injury wasn’t in Dylan’s plans. He’s supposed to be with his unit fighting for everything that’s important. Instead he’s stuck at home trying to avoid memories that won’t leave him alone.
Then Dylan finds peace in a place he never expected.
What starts out as a refuge for Dylan quickly becomes more. She gets him. She gets his pain. She has her own demons to fight, but being together seems to ease both their pain.
Love wasn’t in the plans for either of them, but there’s no denying the love they’ve found. But in the face of demons, sometimes love isn’t enough.
My rating: 5 out of 5 stars
If you haven’t read More Than This (my review), More Than Her (my review), More Than Him (my review) and More Than Enough (my review) you will want to start at the beginning of the series. This book is the fifth book in the series and each book piggy backs off the last one.
I’ve been patiently waiting for More Than Enough to be released ever since I read the rest of the More Than series this summer. I was crossing my fingers for a book about Dylan-Heidi book. I thought we would probably get the history of them falling in love and then their present situation. What I got was something I wasn’t expecting — and I loved it.
I don’t want to give too much away (including our lucky heroine), but I will say this. More Than Enough was an emotional journey filled with ups and downs. It was about two people finding love despite the anger, grief and loss they were individually dealing with. It was heartbreaking and it was inspirational. More Than Enough was a beautiful story of redemption. And while Lucy and Cameron may still be my favorite More Than couple, More Than Enough is now my favorite More Than story.
I’m really hoping this isn’t the end of the More Than series. I’m hoping Jay McLean will give us more from this amazing group of friends and family.
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