Not as good as the first two. Reads more like an epilogue. But hanging out with these characters again is enjoyable nonetheless.The first 30% drags without conflict. The last 20% is a snooze-fest of book writing and wedding planning. Kiera's book might pull you out of your fictional world. Knowing she's writing their story is a constant reminder that you are reading it, and that Stephens is actually writing it, which makes it difficult to be submerged in escapism.And the weddings, ugh! Too, too, too many words are dedicated to weddings...yes, more than one wedding. I loved the tie-the-knot-at-the-bar approach in the previous book. Should've stuck with that. It was more Kellan/Kiera's style and had more heart.But the center part of this story contains the hard material...the complicated, suspenseful, memorable moments that make the book. The drama with Sienna is compelling and stirs a lot of emotion. This is extremely well done.That said, you don't need Reckless to find closure on this thoughtful, arduous, unforgettable romantic story. It simply makes a nice supplemental epilogue.