Blog Tour: Indestructible (Harmony Series #3) by Angela Graham - Review & Excerpt


Indestructible (Harmony Book 3)

Synopsis:

Love. Passion. Respect.

Logan West finally has the one thing he believed unattainable: the fiery woman who challenges, protects, and adores him just as much as she does his young son, Oliver.

After having her world shaken yet again, Cassandra Clarke is ready to move forward, eagerly embracing the beautiful man who has laid claim to her heart. With secrets revealed at every turn, she refuses to lose the only man she’s ever loved.

Not every battle is hers to fight, but she’s never been one to back down. Logan and Oliver are part of her now, and together they are…indestructible.

Book 3 in The Harmony Series with no cliffhanger.

Review:

*Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

Wow. The trilling conclusion of Logan and Cassandra's story. Can I just say I need more! I got to the end and thought no! I need more Cassandra and Logan! I was glad to see Angela Graham is going to be working on a spin off series with some of the other characters which I am looking forward to. I guess I will just have to wait for them to see more of my favorite couples, though it won't be the same. This is a must read if you have enjoyed the other books. It has a lot of drama, but like I knew when going into it Cassandra and Logan stay pretty solid. Natasha can't shake them. I love them! Such a great series.

As with the second book this book picks up right where that one left off, dealing with the aftermath of Kurt. Logan is so great for Cassandra. He does whatever he can to keep her safe and secure. You can just see how much he cares about her. After almost losing her at the end of the first book, winning her back in the second, he is not going to do anything to mess this up. Loved him. He is always so calm and cool and knows everything, and yes his not talking about everything to Cassandra did cause some annoyance on her part, but I still love him.

Cassandra was great in this book. I knew Natasha wouldn't be able to shake her. Cassandra is confident in what they have so nothing Natasha did could change that. She knows Logan doesn't want Natasha and she knows he loves her. It was amazing and so cute seeing Logan, Cassandra, and Oliver as a happy family. I loved seeing Natasha's crazy plans and how Cassandra just ruined them, never reacting the way she had planned. Cassandra was so sweet and kind, even when Natasha was horrible she still tried to be nice to her for Oliver's sake. She really is a sweetheart and Logan is lucky to have her.

As for Natasha? By the end she was seriously delusional and crazy. She really needed help. She was a great villain of the story and I found her humorous at times. She started out as one of those girls who thinks if she can just break up the happy couple the guy will come back to her. I mean without Cassandra in the picture he has to choose her right? I  never understood that thought line. Like there are more than two girls in the world. Just because he is not with the other right now doesn't mean he will take you back, especially when Logan obviously doesn't want anything to do with you. Oh it was fun times. I loved it. Loved how Natasha underestimated Cassandra because of how nice she was. She is nice, but no one messes with her men. My favorite scene has to be when they are all in the room above the bar. Cassandra is amazing in there. Natasha is so crazy! I loved it. Hilarious. So good. Then in the end Natasha of course gets what she deserves. I thought for a  moment the author was going to take the easy way and out and was a little disappointed, but then they did not do that. It was not the obvious easy way to get rid of a problem. Then I realized again why I love this series. It is great. The writing, the story, the characters, love it all. I only wish I had more Cassandra and Logan main character stories to look forward to! One can hope.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★1/2

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Excerpt:

The waitress looked to Hilary, who was staring past all of us. “I’ll be right back.”

She was up instantly and heading across the bar, where Caleb stood, his eyes on her. I scanned the room, my nerves spiking. Did Logan come with him?

“I don’t see him,” Natasha said.

“What?”

“Logan. I don’t think he’s here.”

“Right. Doesn’t matter. He knows it’s a girls’ night.” I peeked again in the direction of Caleb to find him and Hilary gone.

“Caleb seems like a friendly guy. Good to Oliver, from what I hear,” Natasha said, turning to face me.

The waitress appeared with our drinks, stunning me at how quick she was. “Anything else?” she asked.

“No, thanks.” I lifted my glass and took a sip before turning my attention back to Natasha. “Caleb loves Oliver. He considers him family.”

“I want Oliver to have a lot of good role models in his life, Cassandra. I don’t know much about Caleb, but I do know if he’s close to my son, I’ll be getting to know him better as well.”

I said nothing and took another sip—a bigger one this time, draining nearly half the glass. Hilary would have a real problem with Natasha cozying up to Caleb, even in the interest of Oliver. Hilary wasn’t one to trust easily, and Natasha wasn’t exactly easily trusted.

“I’ve known him most of my life,” I told her. “He’s a good guy. No need to worry.”

“That possessive, irritating, gorgeous man is gonna drive me crazy!” Hilary growled, slipping back into her side of the booth. “Seriously, can you believe him?”

“Is he still here?” I followed her penetrating stare and spotted Caleb watching us as he maneuvered toward the door.

“He’s leaving. Said he only stopped in to pick up some paperwork. I call bullshit! That bouncer called him, and he just had to come and check on me.”

“I think it’s sweet.” I smiled. “And it’s not like he’s standing here hounding you. He left, didn’t he?”

A slow smile brightened her face. “Yeah. Damn it, he is sweet.”

“Or has a guilty conscience. You know, those that cheat worry others will too,” Natasha blurted out.

My head snapped her way, my jaw dropping. I started as she continued as if she hadn’t just slapped Hilary in the face.

“I’m just saying—he’s hot and he’s been around the scene. I’d be careful.”

I shifted my gaze to Hilary, aware she was struggling to keep her claws sheathed.

“Caleb isn’t cheating on me, I assure you.”

Natasha frowned. “I’m sorry. That was a shitty thing for me to say. I didn’t mean it to come out that way."

“Right.” Hilary sipped the juice in front of her.


Check out the other books in this series (click title for my review):




Indulge, Logan's Novella (can be read anytime) Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Goodreads


About the Author:

USA Today, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble Bestselling author. 
Angela knew she found her calling in the world of fiction the moment she began pounding away at the keys for her first short story in 2012. With a baby on her shoulder, she wrote for about a year before deciding to try her hand at an actual novel. It was the best decision she ever made and since then she continues to bring characters to life in her free time snuck away from her first role as mother to her three young children.

-Be sure to check out her website at www.loveangelagraham.com

"Just don't give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there is love and inspiration, I don't think you can go wrong."
- Ella Fitzgerald

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