All of Faith Hitchin’s rules are broken, shattered forever with a promise made in front of glass.
It should be easy; plan a wedding, prepare for a TV show and spend her life with the man she loves.
But, the demons of the past don’t care about rules and promises. As Elijah and Faith try to carve a life for themselves, deep secrets long buried will come to challenge them one final time. Old friendships will break her heart as her past and present clash with tragic results.
While Faith faces the memories of her shattered childhood and the Faircloughs play games with her future. Will she be strong enough to stand firm and not run?
When her ultimate challenge arrives Faith will need to decide what sort of woman she wants to be. Will she remember the promises made with gold before her tears run free forever.
What an amazing journey and trilogy from Anna Bloom
"You're my ray of golden sun." "Covered in ink" "Decorated in art"
Please note that this book cannot be read as a standalone, this is the final book in Faith and Elijah's story but not the last in the series.
When I first started reading about Faith from the very first book Tears of Ink, I ever expected the young college girl who hid behind her Ink to become the amazing strong woman I read about in Tears of Gold.
Faith was victim of sexual abuse from her stepbrother for years, after leaving home she found her escape in one night stands and in her art work, she was a loner, an introvert. Today Faith is a woman facing her past to embrace her future with Eli.
A beautiful story of growth, standing up for ones self and fighting for what you want. This young woman with tattoos not only embraced a different way of life but also did't allow it to mould her. There were changed in Eli too, he was no longer going along with his Grandmothers demands, the British aristocracy way of life but making his own choices.
I liked both characters and I felt connected not only with them but with other characters who were a part of Eli and Faith's journey and I am looking forward to more in this series.
Ana Blooms writing puts you at ease, I followed this trilogy with ease and enjoyed her way of writing, there was angst and drama in all the right places along with hotness and happiness, a brilliant balance in a romance read.
Told In first person dual pov and leads to a hea. Contains talk of abuse but does not go into graphic details.
Arc received for review purposes.