Review: Ridge by S.L. Scott (Crow Brothers #4)


Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author.


“This isn't going to be rough, and I'm not going to rush. This isn't about desperation or need. This is about you and me and how every time we're together, something incredible happens. Physically. Mentally. Emotionally. We fit, Meadow. When you walk out of this room, you'll remember every inch and minute we spent together.”

I can't believe this series is coming to a close! I've grown rather attached to the three Crows--Jet, Tulsa, and Rivers--but my affection isn't just limited to the brothers. Twenty-six-year-old David Carson, aka Dave and nicknamed Ridge, deserves his very own happy ending as well, but no one ever said that getting there would be all that easy. Given that the woman he's fallen for is the one he should have stayed away from, complications popping up shouldn't be that much of a surprise. But Dave isn't merely smitten with twenty-one-year-old Meadow Fellowes--sister of Stella, who just happens to be Dave's band mate Rivers Crow's fiancée--he's fallen for her, but distance and the fact that she wasn't looking for more, no matter how much he wanted more. When she leaves for London, they live separate lives, but upon her return for her sister's wedding, will Meadow and Dave finally take advantage of their second chance and make it permanent? It's going to take a whole lot of convincing on Dave's end to show Meadow that true love and happily-ever-afters exist and that hers is meant to be shared with no one except him.

I don't care if he goes by David or Dave or Ridge, and I do apologize to the brothers Crow, but Mr. Carson has officially become my favorite in male main character in the Crow Brothers series. This guitarist played my heart like a, well, take your pick of stringed instruments, because I was all swoony for the guy. Once he had set both his heart and mind on showing Meadow that they were meant to be, there was nothing that was going to stop him from creating a life with the woman he loves. He was sweet and sexy and just downright sincere that there was no resisting him, which is also why there were a couple of times I wanted to shake my tablet because of Meadow's stubbornness and hesitance to recognize that what she shared with Dave was the real thing. We also get the rest of the band here, as well as the women they now share their lives with, and I liked that even though their presence was felt, they weren't necessarily encroaching on the spotlight that was focused on Dave and Meadow. As much as I hate to say goodbye to this series, I'm glad S.L. Scott ended on as high a note as she did. Five-plus stars for Ridge! ♥

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Read my reviews for the Crow Brothers series:


Spark (book one) - four stars - My Review

Tulsa (book two) - five stars - My Review

Rivers (book three) - five-plus stars - My Review

Ridge (book four) - five-plus stars - My Review (posted above)

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Date Read: 11 October 2018

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