Title: Undeniably Chosen (Significant series #5)
Author: Shelly Crane
“Trust that beating in your chest that belongs to her and know that everything happens for a reason. You are where you’re supposed to be. Anything worth having is worth fighting for.”
It was so nice to be reacquainted with the Jacobson clan. I had missed them so much and I loved getting to know Ava and Seth. This book has all the things I love about Shelly’s writing- the sweet romance, the family dynamics, and even the rivalry between the Jacobson and Watson clans. Those pesky Watsons just won’t go away and now that one of their own has imprinted with a Jacobson, all bets are off. This what they’ve been waiting for- a chance for revenge, for redemption and Seth is caught in the crossfire.
Can he be trusted? Where will his loyalties lie? With Ava- his significant, or the family who raised him?
Touching was the easy part, it’s everything that comes after that’s a challenge for these two. You can’t have a relationship without trust but Seth isn’t giving up. He will do anything to prove to Ava that he is loyal only to her.
“‘Are you worth it?’ He asked as if it were ludicrous. ‘Is this worth it? Have I waited my entire life for it? Will I give up just because it’s hard? Just because it’s not given to me so easily?’ He shook his head so slowly and leaned forward, pressing his lips to my hair. ‘Ah, little bird, you are so worth it.'”
No relationship is easy. They all come with their own trials and challenges, but true love does indeed conquer all. This series makes me want to believe in soul mates, that a love like that can exist in the real world. Shelly made me believe with Maggie and Caleb, and now she has me convinced with Seth and Ava. It’s all about being patient and waiting for the right person. It can happen in an instant, and sometimes with people we never expect. Love is funny like that.
I loved this new installment in the Significant series and I can’t wait to see what the future has in store for Seth and Ava.
“We have to be bigger than the things we suffer.”