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Every Move (Every, #3)Every Move by Ellie Marney
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was one of those books… one of those books that I wanted to read as quickly as possible so I could get to the end and find out all of the stuff….. but also one of those books that I wanted to read as slowly as possible so I didn’t have to say goodbye to Rachel and James. Since finishing the book 20 minutes ago, I have realised that I am now calling them Rachel and James instead of Watts and Mycroft as I have done in the past and this is because both of the characters both developed into so much more in this third book. I think this was a fantastic conclusion to the series; it started out very heavy and I felt my heart break on more than one occasion. Rachel and James were both very twisted up and not in good places as they were dealing with the aftermath of their trip to London. I felt like they were slipping apart and then the introduction of Mike’s (best brother ever!) friend, Harris, did not make me feel any better. I didn’t like him and thought he was going to push James and Rachel further away from each other.
But then, along with some extreme events, James and Rachel were ok. They are an incredible team and soon had developed a plan to stop the bad guy. And this is where I have to say that Harris turned into a character that I would definitely want on my team! He was great and exactly what he needed to be in the story……surely there is more room for another book in the series that has more of Harris!
As with the first two books, the mystery and intrigue were in full force and there was more than one time that I was holding my breath in anticipation or else my throat was catching with the, ‘omg – did that really happen?’
The ending of the book came far to quickly but it was the perfect ending.
This series is firmly at the top of my ‘best books/series ever’ list and Rachel and James are both part of my ‘favourite characters ever’ list.

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