#Bookreview of Thicker Than Water by Georgia Rose


This is the third book of the Grayson Trilogy. To see my review on the first book, A Single Step, click here. To see my review on the second book, Before The Dawn, click here.

Again, the author is very honest in the beginning of the book that you must read the trilogy in order as she does not summarize the first or second book in the third book. Hey, it’s a trilogy that how it is supposed to be read.  

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So, I picked up this book last night to start to read a few chapters, but I COULD NOT put it down, and I finished the whole book into the late night hours. So, if this review does not make sense, I apologize, because I am currently suffering from a book hangover.

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Okay, lady, just get to the review, already! Alright, alright, stop screaming at me! Voices, do I hear voices?


So, in book number three, we are back with Grayson and Trent on Melton Manor continuing on with their romance and daily lives. Suddenly, Trent and Cavendish are summoned to their work headquarters. Trent and Cavendish return to the Manor with two agents.

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The two agents are interested in Grayson’s past life and mysterious item they received addressed to Grayson that was sent to corporate headquarters in her name.

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With the trouble from book two still brewing, something bad is about to happen, but will Grayson and Trent be able to survive it?

Thicker Than Water is the perfect ending to this trilogy. It was full of twists, turns, surprises, and answers! I admit, I cried at the end of this book as it was such an emotionally charged book.

If you remember the ending of the TV show, Friends, you were sorry to see it end but you knew it was okay because all is as it should be. That is how this book was for me.


I give it four out of four “Zaffys”!  (See Rating System here.) This is one of my all time favorite trilogies and I highly recommend it.

Special thanks to the author, Georgia Rose, for allowing me to review this book for free in exchange for an honest review. My reviews are based on my opinions of the book and are my opinions alone.

My review of A Single Step by Georgia Rose

Emma Grayson was left devastated when her life was torn apart by tragedy and betrayal. Now someone believes it’s time for her to start again and puts an advert for a job through her door which leads her to the Melton Estate. Despite her desire for a solitary existence she finds herself discovering a life she could never have imagined, challenging her independence, her fears and her resistance to love.


This is a story involving Emma Grayson who has started a new job and essentially a new life at the Melton Estate, where she is hired to tend the horses on the estate. Emma moves onto the estate with the only family she has left, her dog, Susie. Emma has not had the easiest life and has endured more loss in her life then any one person should ever have.

While working on the estate, who is refereed to as Grayson, she meets the other employees and they all become a working family. Each person is a team player and they all help each other out. Emma settles into a routine with her job even though her boss, Trent, initially is not the most welcoming guy to Emma.


One of the things that I loved about Emma is that she is not a damsel in distress, but an intelligent, fiercely independent, courageous woman, who speaks her mind, even to her boss, Trent.

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Finally, after much hesitancy, Emma starts to open her heart to Trent, who really has endured a loss much like Emma, and love blossoms.

“…we made each other into better people and now that seemed to me to be something worth fighting for.” ~Emma

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Overall, this was truly an amazing read. It had me in tears of sadness, moments of frustration and moments of great relief. An absolute page turner!

Overall, I give it four out of four “Bond Girls”.

Thank you to the author, Georgia Rose, for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. My opinions of the book are mine alone and are based only on my experience of reading the book.