The title says "It Ain't Over Til It's Over", but whoever reads this one will be praying it ain't over. Bec, the MC, is back in the third book of the series. She is still as messed up as ever, but overcomes adversity with brilliant insights, becoming the heroine yet again. Her insight about God, in her conversation with her father, can truly resonate with someone who has lost their faith.
If you start reading the book without having first read the others in the series, you will be hopelessly lost. The author simply does not give the background inside this story to allow you, as a reader, to skip the previous books.
What did the end of the book mean to me? For some stories, you read them and simply think 'thank goodness that's over'. This one had the opposite effect. It left me hungering for more stories of Bec's life. I don't want to accept that there are no more books with Bec in them. How desperate did I get? I went onto Amazon and tried to find more that I could buy. Yes, me, Mr. Frugal. I would gladly spend money buying the next 30 of 40 books in the series.
For plot, technical quality and appeal, I give the stories a solid A+ (9). Why is the appeal not a 10? The answer is hard to explain. I only give 10s to stories that I could reread over and over. The first book was so emotionally charged, I don't know if I could bring myself to reread it. I believe everyone should read it at least once, but asking them to do it more than once may be too much.