Interception Review- Angela McPherson


*The Final Book in The Distraction Series*

Four years of college is coming to an end, and Tristan Daniels and Elle Richards are ready to take the next step toward a future together. Tristan gets drafted into the NFL, and a small newspaper offers Elle her dream job. Their happiness is within reach.

But life has a way of intercepting everything they’ve worked so hard to accomplish.

Love is defined in moments of weakness. Though it’s been months since Elle’s miscarriage, the pain remains an agony that threatens to undo her. True to form, Tristan is the rock, even as he watched the love of his life rushed to surgery. Thrown into chaos, the couple learns to work through their hurt and find solace through the heartache.

Until someone from the past resurfaces and seeks to shatter them for good.

From the beginning, no distraction could keep the best friends apart. Love became an addiction too strong for them to ignore. Now, before they can have a future, they must learn to conquer hardships and embrace what is truly important—

Each other.

Recommended for mature audiences 18+ New Adult/College Contemporary Romance

Book 3 of the Distraction Series

Don’t miss Angela McPherson’s YA paranormal romance, Hope’s Decree!

My Review: It made me sad to see these two coming to an end. Although, the way she ended it, spectacular. You have to read this entire trilogy, so don’t come in on this one. Go back and read the others. Tristan and Elle have a story for the ages. They go through everything together, some things have made them weak, but some made them stronger. They both remind me of a throwback, when no matter what, once you made the commitment, you stuck it out. There was no running, no calling it quits because it got too hard. If it is broke, you fix it. I can’t count how many times in this series I have cried like a baby. Angela McPherson has this way of sucking you in from the first chapter and never letting you go. By the time you have finished Tristan and Elle’s story, you will feel like another person in their little group of friends they call family. She has an amazing storytelling ability with an amazing story to go with it. I can’t give this book high enough praise. It is a wonderful way to go towards wrapping up 2016.

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