It’s Spring Break, a week of carefree fun, but for the Ryder Bay crew, it’s anything but… Can Harley find the courage to tell Aidan the truth about why she refuses to go to prom with him? Will Savannah’s decision not to go to college cause a rift in her family…and with Griffin? Skylar wants to move across the country, but how can she face leaving Jed? And where will Jace end up for his senior year of high school? His mother wants him on the East Coast, while Lettie’s silently begging him to stay with her. As each member of this makeshift family tries to decide what their future holds, they must also combat a menace who is out to destroy their vacation. Can they catch the culprit before things go too far? If you’re a fan of sweet romance, relatable characters and an ending that will make you smile, then you’ll definitely want to check out this final book in the Ryder Bay series. Get White Water and escape to the beach now.
4 out of 5 (very good)
White Water is the epilogue finale novella in the Ryder Bay series, and my word, do we go out with a bang!
In this book, you catch up with all the main couples from the previous books. It is Spring Break, and things aren't going according to plan. Life is changing for our young couples, and they are left feeling very uncertain about what their future holds. Some have to decide about college, some have more personal decisions to make. Whichever, it makes for a gripping book.
Don't just enjoy what is written in the main part of the book though. Once you reach the end, carry on reading, and you will find further snippets, just to give you that final fulfillment, on how Ms Ford sees their futures going. It was perfect. I loved all of them, plus hearing about the plans for the new series.
If I had one 'bad' thing to say (and it's not really bad, just my personal opinion), I would have loved to have known if Hayes and Jace continued their friendship as they matured. In fact, I'd just love more of Hayes, please!
If you've read the main four books in this series, then why deny yourself the cherry on the icing on the cake, which is this epilogue novella? Absolutely recommended by me.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
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Jordan Ford is a young adult romance author. “Writing high school romances brings me the greatest joy. My heart bubbles, my insides zing, and I am at my happiest when immersed in a great scene with characters who have become real to me.” Her first series, The Big Play Novels, is based on a high school football team in the fictional town of Nelson, Idaho. "I've totally fallen in love with this team and the girls that win their hearts." Her second series, The Brotherhood Trilogy, delves into romantic suspense and she's enjoyed delving into more intense stories still soaked in romance.