Series: The Thornfield Affair #3
Author: Amity Cross
Genre: New Adult/Contemporary Romance
After reuniting with her lover, Jane Doe thought she finally found her place in life.
She has a name, a family and a declaration of love from the enigmatic Edward Rochester, but in a single moment of violence, everything is destroyed. In the aftermath, she’s has no choice but to flee Thornfield if she hopes to save herself from the same darkness that has claimed him.
Alone and afraid, Jane turns to the only person she knows can help, John Rivers. He gladly offers her refuge at his art studio and it is here she hopes to find the way forward into a new life… but Thornfield and the secrets it holds are not done with her yet, and neither is Edward Rochester.
When she comes face to face with the woman who orchestrated her attempted murder, Jane is torn apart by revenge yet again. She’s trapped in a game she does not understand and it’s only the love of the man who wronged her that will save her from making the most fatal mistake of all.
Before all is said and done, Jane must face her feelings and ask herself the ultimate question if she hopes to survive.
Is love enough?
From International Bestselling author Amity Cross, comes Zenith, the third and final novel of The Thornfield Affair, a modern reimagining of Charlotte Brontë’s classic Jane Eyre.
So I have to say that I made a mishap somewhere and at some point. Ever since I first heard of these books they intrigued me. There was something about them that made me want to read them. But as I just mentioned somewhere along the way I made a mistake and missed books one and two. And when I had the chance to read this one I for some reason thought this was the first book. Until I opened it and saw it was in all actuality book number three.
And with that I really believe that you should read books one and two before you even try reading this book. Otherwise you may be confused with what is going on. With that being said on with my review.....
I really did like Edward and it was obvious from the start that he hadn't given up on Jane and that he wanted her back. I also really liked Jane in this book.
I have to say that even though I missed the first two books in this series, that I loved everything about this book. The lies, the secrets, the betrayals. This book pulls you in from the start to the end.
I'm giving this book 4 Stars out of 5 and I'm going back to read the first two books!!!!
Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book from Give Me Books PR for my honest review. The opinions in this post are 100% of Busy Bumble Bee Book Reviews and may differ from others.