Release Day and Review: The Intern Volume Three by Brooke Cumberland




Synopsis 


I should’ve known.
I should’ve listened to my gut.
But I didn’t.
I listened with the wrong head.
And where did it get me?

Secrets.
Lies.
Deceit.

She embodied them all.
Deceived her way into my company.
Lied about who she was.
Kept secrets from me after convincing me I could trust her.

Those walls she tore down are back up in full force.

Cold.
Angry.
Unforgiving.

She was no longer my intern.
She was no longer mine.

*The Intern is a three-part romantic suspense serial.*
Not suitable for readers under 18



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My 4-star Review

I am not sure what exactly I was expecting from this book.  But yet, it still wasn't what I was expecting.

I read this book in one-shot.  It was longer than the first two, but equally good.  I really liked how Brooke didn't just jump right back in with Celia and Bentley working things out.  The torture these two characters go through over the next couple of years is unique.  As they move on with their lives, they still long for one another.

I really enjoyed how their connection was rekindled.  Nice and slow.  It's disappointing when everything happens over night in a book.  Not with this one.  Brooke took her time with having these characters finding their way back to one another.

The only thing that disappointed me in this one is story behind Celia's father.  I was hoping for some real action there.  I wanted some mobsters to chase her or something.  I wanted more danger, I guess.  Call me a masochist.



The Intern Serials


The Intern 1


The Intern 2



About the Author


Brooke Cumberland is a USA Today Bestselling Author who's a stay-at-home mom and writes full-time. She lives in the frozen tundra of Packer Nation with her husband, 3 year old wild child, and two teenage stepsons. When she's not writing, you can find her reading love stories, listening to music that inspires her, and laughing with her family. Brooke is addicted to Starbucks' Caramel Macchiatos, yoga pants, and sweets. She found her passion for telling stories during winter break one year in grad school--and she hasn't stopped since.

You can find Brooke on Facebook, Twitter, and on her website.
www.brookecumberland.com
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