The Fight for Forever (The Legend Trilogy #3) by Meghan March
Narrated by Erin Mallon and Joe Arden
Romantic Suspense. Book 3 of a trilogy. Does not stand alone.
As expected, Meghan March delivered an exciting and sexy conclusion to The Legend Trilogy with The Fight for Forever. I very rarely read trilogies as I don’t have the memory to carry me from book to book. But Meghan March is an exception. Her books are filled with twists and turns and action, but the three books give us time to really get to know and care about the characters.
“You are it for me, Gabriel. So we fight this. We fight for us. And you know what? I don’t lose.”
Gabriel and Charlotte are tight, but there is chaos swirling around them and you know it’s all about to hit the fan. The twists and turns they need to take to get to their happily-ever-after seem insurmountable and we aren’t sure whether it will tear the couple apart completely, kill them, or have them come out even stronger.
“This is where I belong. In this moment. With this woman.”
Both of their pasts come to haunt them as they fight for their lives and their love. The Fight for Forever kept me on my toes as I never knew what was lurking around the next corner.
What I really loved about The Legend Trilogy was that Meghan March was able to take her time and tell a full story where we really got to peel away bits and pieces of their history to get to know the characters in a way we couldn’t in one book. However, this trilogy did seem to have a little more filler than some of her other trilogies and at times felt a little bit repetitive especially because most of the angst and action was from outside forces.
I love how strong and down-to-earth Scarlett is despite her socio-economic status, and I enjoyed the subtle messages behind the prose about social media, everything not being what it seems, overcoming economic disparity, and the fact that life is messy, no matter how perfect it may look to outsiders.
- So many twists and turns I never saw coming.
- Kept me on the edge of my seat.
- Charlotte’s strength and determination.
- The fact that we really got to know the characters over 3 books.
- A super-satisfying end with enough doors left open for there to be a spin-off trilogy.
- It was missing some of the heat that Meghan March usually brings.
- There seemed to be a little more filler that sometimes felt a little bit repetitive.
Erin Mallon and Joe Arden are GOLD together. There couldn’t be a more perfect duo for this series.
The Down & Dirty:
Rating: 4 Stars, 4 Heat, 5 Narration