eh ... as much as I like the first two, this one was a exceptionally slow and tedious ride.
It somehow feels like the author confines herself and the series to ... well I don't know to what, but it just feels ... well, just everything is pretty darn peachy. Ryan and Jammie already promised eternal love to each other both sure there is no force in the world that could split them up, and between them being completely blissful and having lunch or dinner or making love there are very few things that might keep a reader interested. The book just flows and flows to nowhere, as if the author was just merely writing her mind out without any real goal. Though it picks up a pace a bit after the first two thirds, but that's just too late.