January 29, 2019

Do you have the courage to know your past and fight for your future?

On the beautiful Greek island of Santorini, Justin and Lucy consult with Sophia, an elderly woman who is gifted in ways beyond the present and physical. What they learn is helpful but incomplete. The story of their past is hidden deeply within the Varangian Cross, and Sophia must have it to fully understand the connection that Justin and Lucy share. However, the cross is with its new owner in London and far too valuable to be loaned out for such an implausible tale.

Disappointed, they prepare to return to London and confront the challenges from which they fled, resigned to leave the past behind, but the struggles of the past seem determined to revisit them.

Justin and Lucy are meant to be together. They are meant to know their past. The cross is the key to unlocking their story, and the source of their eternal and unbreakable bond.

Join Justin and Lucy as they put together the pieces to uncover their epic love story in Always With You, the trilogy’s poignant and passionate conclusion.

Note to readers: This book contains scenes which may be triggering to survivors of sexual violence.

4 out of 5 stars

Always with You is the third book in the Indigo series by Kate McBrien. It can not be read as a standalone. I don’t want to spoil the conclusion so I will make this fast.

Justin and Lucy need to know about their past lives. They know they are connected in some way but need to know the whole story before they can move on with their future. There first stop is to Sophia, a woman who could help them with their journey. And what she tells them is not easy on them. A warning that they will have many difficulties.

Difficulties is an understatement. These two have many obstacles to overcome. Hit after hit. Through it all they always have love. I could feel it throughout their journey to discover the past.

Overall…it was a great conclusion to the series. Lots of twists. Sexy times. And romance.


“I fell in love not only with a beautiful woman, but a fierce warrior.”

“Tomorrow is about uncovering our past, but tonight I want to focus on our present. Dance with me.”

“They’re not the Grateful Dead, mind you, but they’ve got some cool tunes.”


About the Author

Kate has an MA in art history from San José State University, and has taught art history at a local college. For many years, she has worked as a dental hygienist, courageously offering encouragement to her non-flossing patients. She has always enjoyed writing, but became more serious after being encouraged by a friend to participate in National Novel Writing Month. She began writing historical fiction, but soon realized that the romance was taking over the history. Kate is a San Francisco Bay Area native who lives near the beach with her husband and Lola, their spoiled Labrador Retriever. When not writing, she enjoys music, cooking, movies, reading, and fangirling over Jamie Dornan.

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