Tensions run high when Bradley rocks the boat of wedded bliss by inviting Gabe, Sam, Ryan, Joe, and their families to spend Christmas Day with Gabby and him.
Sam finds herself torn between the man she loves and the ones she thinks she doesn’t.
Will the rift between Gabby and Sam continue to spread? Will everyone be able to finally leave the past behind?
When tragedy strikes, will they realize everything is temporary except Forever?
Forever can be read as a stand alone novel.
I am left speechless. I really don't know what to say about this book. We all know I am not the mushy love story gal. Not at all. But this book really had me hooked.
Let me back up. This isn't really a mushy book. There are mushy parts. There may be a couple parts where you might want to gag yourself with a spoon, but they help make the book.
This book goes back and forth between Bradley and Gabby's story and Joe and Sam's story. It was the perfect blend of angst and love to keep me reading until the end.
If you have read the previous books, you already have had a lot of Bradley and Gabby's story. Their parts in this story add to their story and Joe and Sam's. You can't get Joe and Sam's story without these other two characters.
And the twists? Well, I can't tell you the twists. They are quite delicious. They make the story more intriguing.
This book made me laugh, cry and swoon. I smiled. I growled. I might have cussed a time or two. And you read that right. There were a few tears. All is well though. This is the final book in the series... So that means you HEA lovers get your happily ever after. And boy is it ever!
Even if you haven't read the rest of this series, this one can be read on it's own. You get enough of these four characters that you will easily be able to follow the book. For all you romance lovers, this is definitely a book you should be picking up.
My Rating: 4.5 Stars