Review: Long Way Down (Addicted Series #3.2; Calloway Sisters #4) by Krista & Becca Ritchie

Long Way Down Cover



With a seven-year age difference, Ryke & Daisy have faced an uphill battle in the eyes of the world and their families. Known as the most adventurous, fast-paced couple — their next step has always been elusive to the rabid media.

Behind the scenes, heartbreaking troubles continue to test Ryke & Daisy’s resilience and shape their future together.

They promise:

To never slow down.
To never compromise who they are.
To never abandon their love for each other.

But preserving their happiness also means adding more risks. Ones that Connor Cobalt wouldn’t even take. As a professional free-solo climber, Ryke is no stranger to risk, but his next step with Daisy wagers more than just his health.

With their lives on the line, Ryke & Daisy head towards the vast, wild unknown in this epic final conclusion to the Addicted series.

***Authors’ Note***
It’s possible to only read the Calloway Sisters spin-off series without reading the Addicted series, but you MUST read Fuel the Fire (Calloway Sisters #3) before reading Long Way Down (Calloway Sisters #4).

It’s highly recommended to read the books in the recommended reading order, which is in tangent with the Addicted series.


Long Way Down
by Krista & Becca Ritchie

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

How do you review perfection?

I don’t think it’s possibly, so I’ve been processing this and after two days I can’t keep waiting to write my opinion about this. It was perfect for me and for the ending of an era. I really don’t have intelligent words or a strong critique because there’s none. I’ve been book-hangover and just got out of it this noon.

All I can say is that if you haven’t read this series, then you’re missing something amazingly beautiful. Not because the writing is perfect, or the plot is something never seen before, or whatever you think it makes a good book, because I honestly don’t know if these series has all of that stuff. But I do know that these authors have created such an incredible world for us to enjoy, so full of love, struggles, pain, laughter, magic, reality. etc. And I’m so thankful for it. for this world, for the fandom, for the authors.

This ending was perfect, it made me laugh and cry and swoon and I’m really sad is over but I’m really glad it exists. And fortunately, we still have the epilogue book (Some Kind of Perfect) that now we know will have all of the characters POV’s and the spin-off series (Damage Like Us) who will feature the kids of the main couples of the Addicted series. How cool is that?

I can’t wait!!


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