“Now that I have you, I’m never letting you go.”
Edith Neff relocated to Chicago to capture her own piece of happiness. Now bombarded with more change than she knows how to manage, Eddie struggles to pick of the pieces of her torn heart and decimated friendship.
Standing in the middle of a sidewalk while her (ex?) boyfriend Harris Grant pleads for forgiveness, Eddie’s at a loss what to do next. So when her estranged father provides a lifeline – she has no option than to take his offer.
But Harris won’t let Eddie go without a fight. He’ll use whatever tactics necessary to win back his girl. While Eddie and Harris find their way back together, darkness lurks, unwilling to relent on destroying their relationship. Permanently.
Of Happiness is the sequel to In Pursuit and it answers all of the lingering questions. If you are looking for the guy in a book to fawn over then Harris is definitely it. He was something special in the first book, but he was in another world in this book.
Of Happiness picks up right where In Pursuit. Edith is trying to put her life together after how things ended with Harris. Her estranged father is in the picture and Harris’ CRAY CRAY sister shows back up as well. The appearance of these two secondary characters adds another dimension and layer to the story.
Overall, this was a very enjoyable book. Harris and Edith’s love story is emotional, at times heartbreaking, and one heck of a roller coaster ride. I highly recommend the books in order instead of simply reading Of Happiness. Olivia Luck has two gems with In Pursuit and Of Happiness!!!