This is a hard review to write. As always, she characters are lovable and the plot is great. But, since book 3 of this series, the amount of grammatical errors make it really, really hard to get into the story. Also, repeating too much things that happened in the previous books gets boring. I know the idea is to remind you of important facts, and to be honest, I forgot about a few, like Luke’s mute cousin and the name of his father, but there is too much of it, specially when Violet’s nightmares are told and re-told to the point of being boring and frustrating. However, I love Violet and Luke’s story, they are so though, and the transformation of Luke, from “Mr. Stoically Aloof” to “Big Softy”, is the sweetest transformation of a book’s protagonist I’ve ever read. Of course all of this happened in between the first 2 books, and maybe this entire review is based on some unconscious bond I have with them. The best part of the book was the last chapter and the Epilogue. If you read this book and you are an epilogue-skipper, please read it, it is seriously what makes me give this book 3 stars instead of 2, and made me wonder if it doesn’t really deserve 4. If you read the previous books on The Coincidence series, you have to read this one, despite the errors and repeated scenes, it is a good story. The Resolution of Callie and Kayden is next, and after that, Seth and Greyson, as the final book of the series.