All of the Barlow sisters seem to get themselves into trouble, but alway Great finish to the series. What starts out as leaving notes soon turns into a budding romance. It was so awesome to see how they are doing a year later, what they're doing and how their romance is going now. Can they beat a bad rap and slide home safe? To grow up never expecting family to show any kindness and to be the source of your greatest pain; to be alone at the best of times, abused at the worst, to be ashamed of your name, would destroy a lesser man. I am giving the story 4 stars. Her support of bad boy, Vincent, puts Chloe on his radar.
Could Chloe's classmates have been wrong about him the whole time? Fantastic series, I loved it! With his older brother in jail and a rocky home life, it was always easier to accept his troublemaker label. I love that Chloe was able to show him love and teach him to accept it from others. The storyline that has spread across all three books comes to a close here, and it was the most brilliant ending. They slowly get to know each other and fall hard for each other. He is just the cutest. Chloe Barlow has always wanted to give back.
You need to finish this series. But once I read further my impression gradually changed into being impressed by how well the author handled it. He saves her father from being shot. I have loved every minute of this series and would highly recommend. But when she volunteers at the local church one night, her good deed is repaid with a violent attack. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from the Author! But when she volunteers at the local church one night, her good deed is repaid with a violent attack. From the moment he laid eyes on Chloe, he was entranced, but knew she deserved so much better than him.
I loved their interactions and how much Vincent cared for Chloe and wanted to change his life and what others perceive of him. She knows what she wants but has not yet been able to find who she wants. Can they beat a bad rap and slide home safe? This books is so sweet in so many ways but nothing compares to how kind and protective Vincent is towards Chloe. She helps him save his brother. It may be some It has been one heck of a ride with the Barlow sisters.
Foul Play is the 3rd and final book in the Barlow Sisters series! I also like books with drama now and then, but the low drama thing really works here and I liked how any miscommunications got cleared up pretty fast. And the ending was perfect. The biggest surprise comes when Armitage's resident bad boy saves Chloe and leaves a sweet note in her locker the following day. Also in his own way. I also appreciated how the book was low on drama and there is this scene that felt so realistic where Vincent tries to do what he thinks is the right thing.
Where Vincent seems dark, Chloe is all light and they work so well together. But when she volunteers at the local soup kitchen, her good deed is repaid with a violent attack. This one had not only young love but a lot of suspense, drama and danger happening. And in the top 5 of best reads of 2017! As the two learn to navigate through their growing feelings, it was again well done of the author in blending what was transpiring between Chloe and Vincent, with Max and Cairo's story in a way that didn't feel repetitive. Vincent is so misunderstood and is feared by most of his peers because of his last name. I think it was brilliant how the author gave each of them their own epilogue. Max and Cairo are probably my favorite of the three Barlow Sisters.
I ended up with warm fuzzies and a huge smile on my face. I received a free copy from the author and voluntarily reviewed it. She's playing a dangerous game. Chloe is a very loving and nurturing individual. Chloe is convinced that Vincent's brother is wrongly convicted of murder and she wants to find out what happened. Chloe is the ultimate positive person. I liked how it all got wrapped up with a satisfying conclusion.
Seeing them grow closer and try and figure things out was awesome to read about. Their relationship starts from a very sad situation, but who would thought that it could bring something magical? Chloe and Vincent's story just gave me all the feels. Looking forward to Jordan Ford's next books. Third, tears of joy falling from my eyes. Nobody likes the Mancini family, why should Vincent be any different? I really enjoyed book 1 in this series, so I couldn't start book 2 soon enough. She was perhaps more of a wallflower compared to her outgoing sisters but she had the biggest heart! The true story of Vincent's violent home life is revealed to the reader, causing the appeal of Vincent to increase 1000%. Vincent Mancini hasn't cared about his reputation in years.
The romance is low on the drama, but there are some struggles and complications, it was the perfect balance. I would love a follow-up book catching up with the Sisters right after Chloe's college graduation. It was amazingly written from the beginning to the end. As Max and Cairo deal with everything that had happened, Max is forced to choose what she truly wants in life that will lead to a ending that nobody will see coming! The lies, the crimes all will now be cleared up. Foul Play tells Chloe's story and it brings the conclusion to the mystery. This is the 3rd book and ran parallel with the first two, they linked so well and offered closure on some points from the other two books.
Chloe is the youngest sister of the three, she is really sweet and has a huge heart. When Chloe and Vincent begin to communicate through notes and then meet, it's apparent that their feelings are very strong, and when they both begin to investigate Vincent's brother's arrest, things get really stra I just don't have words to describe how much I enjoyed this story! Chloe is the youngest and most bubbly of the Barlow sisters. We finally got to see the very ending of this amazing trilogy, and couldn't ask for a better ending. They are just so adorable together and they made such a great couple. Can they beat a bad rap and slide home safe? I have only read the 2nd one and this one. There was little drama, no miscommunication and the struggles they faces felt realistic.