The final book in the Blood Rose Trilogy is centered around Jack and Daisy, this is their time to tell their stories.
Jack has loved Elena it seems like his whole life, he had left the family ranch with Elena, but has since lost her to a higher power. Elena has come back to the ranch to let this wonderful family know she is about ready to take her final vows and become a full-fledged nun. Jack thinks this time he can convince her they were meant to be together and she will change her mind and agree to be his wife.
Daisy has her dream of becoming an opera singer at her fingertips, but she also has her daughter, Kate. The only choice she feels she has is to appeal to the Wilkins clan to take care of Kate, she is after all, Jack's daughter, while she fulfills her dream.
Jack is shocked to learn he had left Daisy pregnant, he was an idiot for doing what he did to her, but he tries to blame it on his being young and foolish. Now he is conflicted does he try to convince Elena that he truly loves her or does he take responsibility to his daughter by Daisy and let Elena have her dream of serving the Church? Daisy is also conflicted, she thought she just wanted the Wilkins to fund her dream, now she is not so sure that is all she wants.
I loved this whole series, in some reviews Jack was not very well liked, I however did, he went from a selfish young man to a caring man with a daughter to think of. He was the one who grew up the most during the whole series. The author is a talented writer; I am hoping to see more of her work in the near future. To get the most out of this series, readers should read the books in the order they were published.