About the book:
You can always come home. Second chances come a little harder.
Chase and Zoe were the high school golden couple. Football captain, cheerleader, prom royalty. After graduation, though, Chase couldn’t resist the urge to experience life outside their small town. He didn’t exactly expect Zoe to wait twelve years for him, but now that he’s back, he finds some small part of him hoping she did.
It’s no big surprise she’s married. The kick in the face is she married his best friend.
Zoe was devastated when Chase left, but she’s filed those bittersweet memories under “Moved On”. She loves her life, and loves her husband. She has all she needs. And Chase keeps an honorable distance.
One cold, wet, miserable day, tragedy turns Zoe’s world upside down. Chase never expected her to simply fall into his arms, but a man can dream. Except his dream doesn’t include the fact that this time, she’s the one hitting the road…and he’s the one left behind.
Warning: This story contains heartbreak, heartache and one last chance for two lovers to find each other.
A FOREVER KIND OF LOVE is a very quick read, but full of emotion and heart. The warning in the book’s synopsis says it all. This story is mostly heartbreaking, but with a happy ending in the end. Once upon a time Zoe and Chase were the golden couple, but Chase wanted something more than following in his father’s footsteps. He left town and Zoe moved on – with his best friend, Roger. Fifteen years later, Chase comes back to town and realizes that he is still in love with Zoe. The relationships between Zoe, Roger, and Chase are complicated. Their love for each other as friends (and more) is lasting and not easily dismissed. I loved the amount of emotion that this story has. I was in tears for most of it and smiling happily in the end. This is a great romance book and perfect for when you need something that will really make you fell as you read.
the book girl gives A FOREVER KIND OF LOVE a 4/5
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