This is my favourite in the series so far. I really loved Travis, he was the kind of broken character that I love in books. I felt sorry for him because of his struggles, but he wasn't an ass either. His character was kinda lovable in a lot of ways. And he and Avery were really good together. Especially after their "I love you's".
This book had a family feel to it. Avery's family sounded dysfunctional to say the least. But Travis' family was supportive, so that was a good thing, plus Avery had his brother, Jon. It was nice to see Jon and Avery's closeness in a couple of scenes. I really love it when brothers are close, I don't know why, there's just something really... cute? attractive? I don't know, but there is something about two brothers who are really close.
I will admit, I smiled when I saw the name of the counsellor. Mary Harrington was my cousins name before she got married, but I will admit, I smiled.
Love this book, and it was a great addition to the series. Can't wait for the next book in the series.