I love you.
Three words that can make or break you.
I thought I needed to find myself. I thought I wasn’t happy. I thought I needed more out of life.
I’m more lost now than I was when I left. I have no answers, just endless amounts of questions. It was only a matter of time until the truth came to light. I never imagined it would change my entire life and everything I thought to be true.
It was all a game.
Except I wasn’t a player.
I was a pawn.
Two words that have several meanings. I never thought I’d lose her. But did I ever really have her…
Or did VIP?
Can love conquer all?
Review by Erin
MVP is the third book in the VIP trilogy. After meeting Sebastian and Ysabelle, and watching their relationship go through all the ups and downs, it was hard to tell exactly how this book would end. M had hinted here and there that her readers may hate her, that she saw the story going one way, and then it turned and went somewhere else. I just had no idea what to expect. VIP had every emotion possible. Love, hate, angst, excitement, happy, sad, scared, safe... you name it, the book made you feel it. MVP had many of these emotions, but like Ysa herself said, this isn't a love story, it's a story about love. After Ysabelle left everything behind, including VIP and Sebastian, she ran to Turks and Caicos to open her own bar like she had always dreamed of. Sebastian followed to win her back. Now that Sebastian and Ysa are back together, it is anything but easy. They fit together so well, and are clearly soul mates, but Ysa still has doubts when it comes to what she wants in life and where she belongs. When all the truths come out, and everything is laid on the table, will love be enough to keep Ysa and Sebastian together?
This book is amazing. I will admit, I had NO idea what to expect from it, or how Ysa and Sebastian's story would end, but I love it. In VIP, we see their relationship bloom, but in MVP, it is seriously put through so many tests to see if they are strong enough to come out on top. Ysa has many doubts about if she wants the same things that Sebastian wants, and if she belongs with him or with VIP. Ysa and Sebastian's relationship is constantly being challenged, by themselves and by life in general. I loved the ups and downs. I never knew what to expect. Once I thought the story went one way, it went the total opposite. M seriously has talent for giving her readers a heart attack.
I give MVP 4 stars. Thank you M, for another amazing book.
Abut M. Robinson