Derek Taylor, the sexy tatted drummer for Three Ugly Guys, doesn’t have much time for women, except to hook up and get off. He’d rather focus on writing music and living the career he’s always dreamed. Fate may have other plans.
Dr. Garrett Brooks is the talk of Children’s Hospital. As the new surgical resident, he is young, charming, and attractive. He takes an immediate interest in Carly but his demanding work schedule and her single mom status don’t leave much opportunity for dating.
Between love interests, two boys to raise, and a full time nursing job, Carly’s ability to stand strong is put to the test. And when strange things start to transpire Carly must face the reality that her past has come back to haunt. Can the woman she’s become dare to hope for love again? And which man will win her heart?
Uncovering Hope is the third and final book in the Uncovering Love series. This book can be read as a standalone. This book contains mature themes and is intended for adult audiences.
I was sent an ARC by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Gosh, this book took me on emotional roller-coaster I was laughing one chapter, crying the next and at some points it even had me on the edge of my seat. I love how Kacey brings all the characters together from each book, I really enjoy knowing what they’re up to and to see them interact. This book is so much more than just your typical romance, this story is so heart wrenching and warming, I loved it; I also really enjoyed that the characters stories overpowers the steamy scenes, that's just one of the many things I love of her writing. The characters are so well developed and I love every single one of them; Derek puts up this player front, but gosh, I loved him from the very beginning, I love his sense of humor and the way he's so straight forward, he's just one big teddy bear that I want to squish. Now the Doctor that’s a whole other story, I just don’t like him very much and I will leave you to find out why. I enjoyed every second of this novel and I'm sad to see this series end! If you have yet to pick any of these books up, I highly recommend them. This book can be read as a standalone, but I recommend you pick up the first two books.