Review: A Love Song for Dreamers by Piper Lawson (Rivals #3)

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Wildfire Marketing Solutions.

Piper Lawson wraps up her Rivals trilogy with A Love Song for Dreamers, and spoiler alert (okay, not really since this is a romance and this part is expected): this ends in a happily-ever-after! After that cliffhanger of an ending in book two, we pick up where that part left off. Annie Jamieson and Tyler Adams may have been madly in love and they may have already gone through more than their fair share of challenges when it came to their relationship, but Fate isn't quite done doling out hurdles. Sometimes, letting go of the person you love most is what is necessary for them to reach their dreams, but when Fate finally decides to give you that one final chance to get things right, will holding on and fighting for the love you share really be enough this time?

Goodness, but after everything Annie and Tyler have been through, I'm one satistfied reader that they've finally gotten that happy ending that's eluded them for so long. Again, nothing comes easily for these two, but it also allows for a greater appreciation for what they do have in the end. Jax FINALLY redeemed himself, although it took far longer than I thought was necessary, but hey, I'll take it because I needed this guy who I cheered on in the Wicked series to show me that I hadn't made a mistake in doing so. The angst was, as expected, high, but then I'm addicted to the stuff, so totally no complaining on my end. I'm just thrilled Annie and Tyler got both their acts together and were finally in tune. Four stars for A Love Song for Dreamers.


Read my reviews for the Rivals series:

A Love Song for Liars (book one) - five stars - My Review

A Love Song for Rebels (book two) - 4.5 stars - My Review

A Love Song for Dreamers (book three) - four stars - My Review (posted above)


Release Date: 09 July 2020

Date Read: 08 July 2020

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