Diamonds Are Forever by Michelle Madow // I'm So Sad to See This Amazing Series Go

Monday, 9 November 2015

Diamonds Are Forever (The Secret Diamond Sisters #3), by Michelle Madow
Publication: October 27, 2015, by Harlequin Teen
Genre: Young Adult Fiction, Contemporary, Romance
Pages: 368
Format: eARC
Source: Publisher

It's cold outside, but the drama is hot!

The Diamond sisters jet to the mountains for spring break, and Savannah's flirt-mance with an international pop star heats up as her pursuit of stardom succeeds. But is this romance meant to be, or has the right guy been in front of her all along? Meanwhile, Courtney takes the next step with her secret boyfriend—and future stepbrother—and as their parents' wedding approaches, the pressure's on to reveal their relationship.

Peyton's figuring out a plan for her future, but she still feels guilty about getting her former bodyguard fired and wonders if she can get over him in the arms of someone else. But the biggest bombshell will change everything once again, because Madison's ready to tell the huge secret she's uncovered. And with the boy who betrayed her but who could be the love of her life fighting for his own life, she might need the Diamond sisters more than ever.

My Thoughts:

Minor SPOILERS from the previous novels are present, I'm warning you. I'm so sad to see this series go because it... it just hurt me fully. As always, I was captivated and I couldn't stop thinking about the beauty of this story even after it was all over, which is the real power that Michelle Madow's writing does. I'm in love with this book, honestly, and this whole series. It's so, so sad to see Savannah, Madison, Peyton and Courtney all go off into their world of drama, rivalry and dreams being followed without me actually being there to monitor and keep all of the little cute moments stuck in my heart, y'know? Diamonds Are Forever really signifies the fact that the Diamond sisters will be stuck with us forever. They are a gorgeous group of characters, that's for sure.

Diamonds Are Forever immediately follows where the sequel left us off at. Oliver is still in the hospital, getting over his horrible injuries and Madison is freaking out. This time around, we're again introduced into her perspective and get to hear how she reacts with the news about her and the Diamond Sisters. And each of the sisters are dealing with their own issues, and things are deepening. Courtney is thinking about Britney and her decisions for the future with Brett, while Peyton is struggling to not think about college, since she isn't thinking about going into that field. And Savannah? Her YouTube singing career is hitting the charts, with lots of hate associated as well.

The romance and struggles of deciding what to do in life is real. Love and all of those issues that teenagers have to deal with are found here, and it literally teared me apart. Savannah was with Damien/Perry, Courtney and Brett, Peyton and Jackson. They were all pretty cute, and the romances that once were set together were formed again, whether we liked them or not, but I do kind of wish that there weren't so many of these flings happening for the sake of realism. Hmmph. But my favourite ship is the Brett/Courtney clan. At least I could relate to them the most and their ways of looking at high school.

As always, with Michelle's writing, you'll find that it'll be so easy to fall in love with the characters. There's something in every Diamond sister or side character that you'll be able to relate to and adore. AND THE FEELS ARE REAL.

There just isn't something that you cannot enjoy and want to devour about this book. If you loved the first one, Madow's storytelling will just enchant you for the third time again.

Diamonds Are Forever is beautiful and engaging. The ending was just amazing and perfect, slowly getting readers afraid for what is yet to come because there's no more. I wish I could read a hundred of these books about all of these characters and not get bored at all. This is something remarkable and fabulous, and I hope that you go for this, because no regrets will arise.


What do you think of final books in trilogies? Do you get sad when they're your favourite books in the world?

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