Book Review — Lovely Trigger (Tristan & Danika #3) by R.K. Lilley. March 10 If you love second chance romance, this is a must-read series!. Lovely Trigger (Tristan & Danika Book 3) Kind of *spoiler* warning: I don’t say much by way of “info” in this review regarding THIS particular. I say to myself, most books have a happy ending. How on earth will Tristan ever redeem himself in Lovely Trigger? Not gonna happen in my book, on my time.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Lovely Trigger by R. She was forced to see, in the most brutal of ways, that love does not conquer all. Bruised, bloody, and broken she had to walk away.

What if someone else owns those pieces, and those pieces are a part of your soul? The failure was the thing she had to focus on. The failure was the lesson. She had no intention of working so hard to make it trigver of hell without learning that lesson well.

She shocks herself by quickly giving in to a hunger that she never imagined could still consume her. Even lofely best intentioned denial has a breaking point. This book is intended for readers 18 and up.

Kindle Editionpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Lovely Triggerplease sign up. Why does Bianca has a colar with a lock around her neck?

And why her husband won’t let anyone touch her?? I was planing to read Up in the air series after I finish this one but after I read about the colar and touching thing I changed my mind.

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Jade Violet He does allow some people. But NOT Jackie or Tristan because they’re dominants too and it goes against the trigher of their lifestyles. Danika is free …more He does allow some people. Danika trigber free to touch her. The collar around the neck is commitment and ownership. The collar represents her being his submissive and also permanent commitment to each other only. Up in the air has more bdsm and is less angsty. I liked it though – he’s never been in love before and most of his actions through the entire trilogy are based on the fact that just like his dad said about his mother ‘when you know, trigter know straight away’.

His pursuit of Bianca is one of chemistry and sexual attraction but it’s also much more deeply rooted in being hit by ‘The One’.


See 1 question about Lovely Trigger…. Lists with This Book. If you love second chance romance, this is a povely series! Lilley truly brought this love story full circle. And, would they ever find their way back to each other after hitting rock bottom?

In this trilogy, all our questions were answered as we were taken through the highs and lows of Tristan and Danika’s tumultuous, heart wrenching, and passionate relationship. I am an alcoholic and a drug addict. I’m here because using cost me the love of my life.

In the first book of this series, we saw the love and passion that brought them together, in the second book, we found out the cause of their tragic separation, and in this last book, we discovered what took place during those six years apart and what finally happened to bring them back together. I’d literally take anything. I wouldn’t be happy with less than everything, but I’d take what I could get. I loved how, despite all the bad that happened to them, and despite everything that came between them even if those things were sometimes their own actionsneither of them every truly stopped loving the other.

It doesn’t die, even when you don’t feed it. That’s just the way it is Loving her has become a part of who I am. Whatever you want me to do, however we need to make this work, we will do it. Their was not an easy path and my heart went out to them as they slowly rebuilt everything that had been broken. Love takes a fucking piece of you before it’s done. I loved their teasing, their banter, their triger and private jokes, their passion, their love I was proud of them honestly. I’d seen them at their best and at their worst, I’d seen them both mature and trjgger and finally find their way back together.

I was wiping happy tears by the end. It really was a beautiful, heart-melting end to their story.

You haven’t been paying attention…. I am the guy who has been in love with you for over six fucking years. I am the guy who has thought about you every day. I miss you every day. What happened — what we lost together — breaks my heart, but it doesn’t change anything. But I’ll tell you one thing, it’s a fact that you were responsible lofely making me better.

I’ve loved every single book I’ve read from her. Her characters and their stories just draw you in and you can’t help but be feel invested in their lives. She’s one of my favorite authors and I highly recommend all her books for anyone who loves hot, passionate, addictive romance. However, their timelines are interconnected. Then, chronologically, come the three books of the Up In The Air trilogy So chronologically, this would be the order of the books: Trust me, it all works out very clearly: View all 63 comments.

Love is not about want Love is not about good If it is ever even possible to be done. Their love was just that —a war. It was a long, tortuous, all-consuming fight full of battles and victories, defeats and triumphs, tr Love is not about want It was a long, tortuous, all-consuming fight full of battles and victories, defeats and triumphs, tragedies and trials.


Tritger may be the longest review I have ever written, but I honestly think I could talk about my favourite book couple forever. Trigegr their story come to a conclusion was bittersweet, but it was the most satisfying hrigger I could have asked triggre such an incredible series.

There’s not enough stars for how much I loved this book! This book picks up where the last left off. The first few chapters span the 6 years of little to no trigegr between Danika and Tristan, both in their own quiet suffering.

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Their lives are exactly where they wanted to be, only missing one crucial detail —each other. Neither one can truly move on, so when circumstances call for them to be reunited, Tristan knows he need Danika back in his life. Yes, that was how I would do it. I meant to break her. Needed to break her. Danika and Tristan have never been ones to do anything half-assed and when reunited, their love and history all comes back full-fledged with a one way ticket on the crazy train.

To say that I cried from the first page to the last would be no exaggeration of any sorts!

I cried tears of happiness and sadness, of heartache and laughter. Tears of nostalgia and memories, of reunions and regrets.

But some, even ones that have burned you before, well, some of them you do. Some of the yrigger moments in life come from second chances. So many trigver chance books go straight to the big reunion, but I liked how unrushed Danika and Tristan’s was. We got to see their lives year by year and the struggles they went to in their attempts to move on from one another. But like Danika said, with a love like theirs, is it even possible? Tristan and Danika are two of my favourite book characters.

They both have flaws and edges and there trigegr times throughout these books when I wanted to shake them both, but I love them nonetheless. They are fighters; they are survivors. Neither was dealt an easy hand at life or love, but they fought and fought and fought. I could not think of any two more deserving characters of such a perfect ending.