A good conclusion to the Mnevermind trilogy, we are again back in Daniel's head as he deals with his growing relationship with Elijah, the traumatic situation with his father, and a big chance in his business. Major wrenches are thrown into his plans with his company, treachery is involved, but it's a satisfying change for all in the end.
I missed Elijah's unique voice, but I still like Daniel so it was fine to hop back into his head. He has remarkable patience with Elijah and it was a delight to see their relationship continue growing. I will say that I was disappointed we didn't get a few small things happen (such as with Elijah's personal life having more reveal to Daniel (mentioning of Beth or work), and the ending felt a little incomplete. There's still much more than can happen between the two in their personal lives. It feels like too open-ended.
Pacing was strong as something was always going on, not just the relationship, which leads a steady support to Daniel as a strong relationship has already been built. There's some progression with his father, although maybe not what I thought we'd see, but it worked out okay. The author was good about tying up the major plot points but there's a few small things I would have loved to see being added.
If she decides to write one more book in the series, I'm so in.