She's learned doing the right thing isn't always best and now she is living the consequences of her greatest sacrifice. Every day since Grayson Lee left is one she wishes he hadn't. Years have gone by since their friendship turned to more and then was eradicated by Lily alone; enough time for their young love to fade. Only it hasn't, not for Lily.
Now he is back and seeing him is devastating to her at the same time it is rapture. She tries to accept that they cannot be together, but everything inside her shouts that they should be; that they only fit with each other. And so she has to accept the greatest truth of all: She loves him still. She loves him enough not to let him go this time.
Lindy's stories always keep me hooked and I know I can always expect a good story from her. I wasn't disappointed with Complete, and all the drama made me roll my eyes a couple of times (out of exasperation).
I liked that Grayson and Lily have matured somewhat since the last time I read about them. Before in Incomplete, they used to avoid communication when a good conversation would have cleared up some problems. This time around we see them opening up more and having a line of communication. Granted, there are some times when they try to pretend nothing is wrong, but I chalk that up to being human. I know characters cannot be perfect because we're all human and flawed. And those flaws are why I read stories from Lindy Zart.
I especially loved the drama near the end because it was handled differently than other times I've read about that scenario. I'm glad Lily and Grayson managed to escape that particular trap. It was a satisfying end and for that reason I give Complete 5/5 Platypires.