Book Review: Sable Peak by Devney Perry

This is one of those stories that as soon as I started, I never wanted it to end... but then I couldn't read it fast enough because I wanted answers and I couldn't wait for Vera and Mateo to get to their HEA. I loved every second of Sable Peak and thought it was a fantastic end to the Edens series!

Book Review: Sable Peak by Devney Perry
Sable Peak (The Edens #6) by Devney Perry

Vera Gallagher is chasing constant. For four years, her life was anything but normal. And the years before that she refuses to even remember. Dwelling on the past only hurts. Life is fragile, a lesson her mother taught her well. She’s determined not to waste a moment of her newfound freedom.
Maybe some would consider her crush on Mateo Eden wasted time. Maybe some would call her a fool for loving a man who hasn’t once dropped a crumb of interest her way. Still, to Vera, it’s Mateo or nothing.
He’s handsome. Charming. Witty. And he loves his family the way Vera loves—with her whole heart.
Maybe he’ll never notice her. Maybe she’s too damaged, too broken, to find that normal life she craves. Maybe her secrets will always keep them apart. But Vera will love him anyway. Whether Mateo realizes it or not. 

5 out of 5 stars

Sable Peak is officially my favorite book in The Edens series! I have loved them all but there was something extra special to me about Mateo and Vera's story. It was beautiful and heartbreaking at times but absolutely worth the ride. I loved the build of Vera’s unrequited love exploding and Mateo truly seeing her. It had the perfect amount of sweet and entertaining moments mixed with emotion and healing and I loved it all.

I loved Vera from the start but the more I learned, the more I loved. Her strength and courage were phenomenal. I loved how hard she worked to find a new normal while moving on from a difficult past. I really loved Mateo and watching him grow throughout the story and really come into his own. I felt for him so much but I loved how he handled everything that came his way and the build to learning all those details. I really appreciated how the story was set up in the beginning and how it developed, learning about Vera’s life and her crush on Mateo. I was filled with anticipation for Vera to share her feelings and when that moment finally came, I was incredibly choked up. Together, Mateo and Vera were exceptional. I loved watching them fall in love and find their path together, and really figure out what they wanted in life. There were so many wonderful moments and scenes that made my heart feel full.

This was such a well-rounded story, with each new chapter came more details that sucked me in. I loved all the feelings happening, the mild drama and tension, and I was hooked as everything unfolded. I kept waiting for that moment when Vera would share her painful past, I held my breath when the time came. It was raw and painful and cathartic. I had a million questions about Mateo and Vera’s lives, their pasts, and her dad, and I was thrilled that I got all my answers. Then there's the Eden family. They love hard and care for one another so much and all the scenes with them made me happy.

There is not one thing about this story I did not love. I didn't want it to end, I tried to pace myself, but every time I read my eyes flew over the page because I just couldn't stop reading. I’m sorry The Edens series is ending, but I thought this was a fantastic way to say goodbye. I loved it so much!

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This is officially one of my favorite series! What's one of your favorite series? Let me know!