When I thought that I couln’t fall all over again in love with Jesse and the This Man Trilogy, I was wrong. Jodi gave us such a wonderful gift with her work last year, when for the first time she introduced us to This Man, and all about it: Ava, the Manor, the many ways of fucks, the story, everything about this man is over the top, is bigger than anything and the end of the trilogy could not been better…
The very place where their passionate love affair began, The Manor fills with guests on what should be the happiest day of Ava and Jesse’s lives. She has accepted that she’ll never tame the fierceness in Jesse, and she doesn’t want to. Their love is profound, their connection powerful, but just when she thinks that she’s finally got beneath his guarded exterior, more questions arise which lead Ava to believe that Jesse Ward may not be the man she thinks he is. He knows too well how to take her to a place beyond ecstasy…but will he also drive her to the brink of despair?
It’s time for this man to confess.
In This Man Confessed we have a wedding, separation, reconcilation, honeymoon at Paradise, chasing cars, crash, threats, more ways of fuck, crazy ex lovers, drama; we found out the true about the missing pills, and everything it will brings.
In the wedding Jesse does the things at his way, getting Elizabeth (Ava’s Mom) crazy-ish, He goes his way all day, seeing the bride before the wedding, cuffing her, but what I really love about the wedding was the song of their first dance together “Chasing Cars” by Snow Patrol, that lyric is all Jesse, all what he wants for him, for her, for them, for their life. It was the perfect song!
Their love is tested when Jesse finally confess he stole Ava’s pills to keep her, she run, they both suffer, she goes partying, he is a twat to her, after a huge fight they go back together, then when they are happy and she decides to keep the baby, the stupid Matt ruins everything by letting Jesse know that she was having an abortion, they fight again… (at this point I was like: “If they get through this, they definitely will be together FOREVER!”)
After a pretty crazy car chase, and when they make sure Ava and the peanuts are ok, they travel to Paradise. Everything about paradise was perfect, their “normal”, the cards game to see “Who has the power”, I really loved the “Sleepy twilight sex“, after all kinds of crazy things you would think that – that’s it!, but NO, not when Jodi is writting the story 😉 at the final day in Paradise they run into Jesse’s parents at a restaurant, and that will bring a lot of huge secrets, that This Man will Confessed.
I really love the Ava wall. Wow!!! That was pretty much obsessed right?, Well, actually everthing about This Man screams OBSESSION!
They proved their love is unbreakable, Ava finally won the Lord, she changed him for good, she made him stop drinking and fucking around, he feels and love her. they shared a really hard love to each other.
I almost had a heart attack at the end when Jesse is at the hospital, I was praying too, for him, for them. Crazy-ish isn’t it? Yes, Jodi make us feel everything about this characters. I like what he did with The Manor, the best choise.
My favorite part: The Epiloge. Is PERFECT, is from Jesse’s POV, we get to know why the hell he is the way he is, we get to understand many of the things he did, or does. His jealousy for his wife and kids is just lovely, he is to f’ing cute, and sexy.
And after you finish reading the trilogy, you can read four special Jesse’s POV at Jodi’s official site, (Yes, Jodi is special, she likes to give us gifts! Thank you Jodi!) here are the links:
Jesse POV #1. “When Jesse met Ava”
My favorites quotes and expressions:
“My dream is you, Ava. Day and night, just you”
“it’s pure bliss, baby. Total gratification. Absolute, complete earth shifting, universe shaking love”
“I’m thinking that I’ve just officially arrived on Central Jesse Cloud Nine”
“Unravel your boxer shorts!”
“You feel so fucking good. I don’t know how I ever survived without this. I existed, Ava. I didn’t live”
You can visit Jodi’s official site: http://jodiellenmalpas.co.uk/