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Forever Again [Paperback]

Shannon Stacey
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Book Description

18 April 2006
Fifteen years ago, Gena Taylor and Travis Ryan were forced into a marriage neither wanted, the price they paid after one night of passion. But what he believed to be a lie forced Travis to walk out of her life shortly thereafter, crushing Gena's dreams of a happily ever after with the only man she'd ever loved. Fifteen years later, Travis and Gena meet again. Only now, she owns the inn he's considering for his wedding-to another woman. And this time, she's guarding her heart carefully. She's not going to allow him to hurt her-or their daughter. Despite their resolve to keep things impersonal, the past comes rushing back and feelings they both thought long dead rise from the ashes. But there are other lives at stake now, including that of the child Travis once thought was a lie.

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  • Paperback: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing Ltd (18 April 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1599980444
  • ISBN-13: 978-1599980447
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 13.8 x 21.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,573,487 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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2.0 out of 5 stars Too wishy-washy 18 Sep 2008
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I bought this Samhain Publishing tale (though I knew it was not advertised as erotica, which this publisher normally does), as the storyline was truly romantic. Romantic it was, and realistic too, but there wasn't even one sex-scene, which spoilt it for me. I have donated it to my local library. Not a bad book, but when you tend to read erotica/romantica, it is a tad boring
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Amazon.com: 2.7 out of 5 stars  9 reviews
34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Utter Disaster! 20 Sep 2010
By The book lady - Published on Amazon.com
One night fifteen years ago Travis stopped his truck to give Gena a ride. He was a little bit drunk and with very little effort on his part they had sex, with Gena not wanting to spoil the mood asking about a condom. Of course she gets pregnant and of course their parents make them marry, then after they were married less than two weeks he finds some spotting in her panties in the hamper and leaves his ring and her panties on the table never to be heard from again . . . until he shows up fifteen years later with his fiancée, Kristin, in tow, to check out Gena's Inn as a possible wedding location, since Gena still lives Travis's home town.

Forget the fact that Travis is an utter jackass, forget the fact that Gena is a pathetic loser for loving him and setting a TERRIBLE example for her child, forget the fact that Travis is engaged to someone else until the bitter end of this book, all that stuff utterly irrelevant because the premise is just plain stupid. Gena stayed in her small town in New Hampshire where she was born and raised and then went on to raise her daughter Mia there, and we are supposed to believe that Travis never heard that Gena had a child, that no one ever asked him if the kid was his when everyone would have known they married. We are supposed to believe that even if they didn't see each other while getting divorced that Travis's lawyer didn't make some comment on Gena's baby bump? That Travis's parents left town before Gena started to show and that not one of Travis's friends (and he was supposed to be very popular) ever went back home from college and saw Gena raising a child and asked him about it. It's just utterly stupid!

Now hopping to Travis's present day stupid behavior, it's utterly stupid for Travis to blame Gena for not telling him about the baby when she did tell him and he walked out without a word. She did her job to tell him and he left and he had no right to be angry with her at all because he was the one to blame. Travis then goes on to attack and reject Gena repeatedly, go so far as to shout at Gena and their daughter Mia just how much he didn't like Gena. If that wasn't enough he then went home to tell his fiancée that he had kissed Gena. I guess the author made him confess that to make him seem honorable? I really have no idea, just makes him seem like more of a jerk to me.

The ending of this book is horrible, and basically all Travis does is snap his fingers and Gena comes running, all the while he is thinking that he loves his daughter more than Gena. Not the same as, but more. Seriously what an utter disaster.

1 1/2 stars.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Unlikeable protagonists 5 Jan 2011
By Constant Reader 76A - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I usually enjoy Shannon Stacey's novels but I struggled to finish this one. The main characters are not nice people. Gena is a simpering doormat and Travis is a domineering bully. Their actions throughout the novel makes the inevitable HE unlikely without both of them suffering from a disassociative personality disorder.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Puhleez! 4 Jun 2012
By AshaK - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I don't know where to start. This book had an OK premise, and if the story went more along the lines of Travis recognizing his sins and begging or at least trying to make a life with Gena, it might have been better. Stacey's writing portrays the emotions of her characters and that is great, but bad when the main characters have so horrible principles - especially for the caliber of a romance story.

As it is, Travis blamed Gena for everything - which I could not understand as he knew she was pregnant, but chose to leave. Never mind the spotting issue - if he had cared, he'd have checked with her doctor to make sure. And in the intervening years, all those friends - the art gallery owner for one - should at least have mentioned Mia. Now lets get to the meat of the story. (Let me just say - the meat was skin-thin.)

Travis spent 3/4 of the book saying he hated Gena, told his daughter he did not like Gena, told himself that he only wanted her to scratch an itch, that he had no feelings for her other than wanting to sleep with her. And during this 3/4 of the book, he worried about hurting Kristen with his lust for Gena. He never once thought of how he was hurting Gena. When our lovely doormat Gena pointed this out, Travis was surprised that he should even think such a thing... then went on still not caring how he hurt Gena. To top this off, he kept on touching and lusting after her even when she tried to maintain a distance for her sanity. And her sanity is questionable in the first place - in love with a guy who treats you literally as s**t beneath his feet? Right like that is believable. And through the story, the guy never apologized nor did he try to even talk to the heroine. Ever. How could love grow? I believed he loved Kristen, he did nothing to show he loved Gena but did plenty to show he loved Kristen.

And I'm amazed not 1 review pointed out that Travis was a cheating hero. He was living with, kissing with and sleeping with Kristen until the very end of the novel. He put Kristen above Gena at every turn of the page until the last chapter (or thereabout) when he suddenly, out of the blue and some magic prompting from Mozart, decided he was in love with her. Then he still went home with Kristen, consciously letting Gena think he was choosing Kristen.

Then, in the last 3 pages of the novel (Ok, I'm exaggerating there) he comes back, brings a ring, tells Gena he loves her and she falls at his feet and they have an HEA. This is one book where I would not have minded if the heroine kicked the hero to the curb and told him to get lost. She did tell him "No" to marriage - for about 2 seconds, but she evidently is not a strong lady. Gena got no justice and I just can not see how she could believe that guy loved her. Ladies... if a guy ever treats you like 1/10th of the way Travis treated Gena, get rid of him!
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Wow! What a difference! 30 Oct 2009
By Sara S. Pearce - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I read this author's "72 Hours" first and what a difference! Apparently from the other reviews on both novel(ella)s of Stacey's, I'm bucking the tide. I really liked "72 Hours", this one not so much. The proofreading/editing was terrible! The plot was slow and oh so predictable! I did finish it because I almost NEVER put away a book without finishing, but it was not easy. It's always frustrating to find sentences that no one apparently read, misspelled words, etc. I MIGHT read another Stacey book, but I'd have to see really good reviews to get me to buy one! But then, compare the reviews of this book with those of "72 Hours" and who knows?
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Forever Again Disappointed 5 Feb 2010
By Guildish - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
First and last time reading this author. An interesting plot premise that proved disappointing. Who did I dislike more? Our heroine who's been in love with the same unworthy man since they were 5 yrs old or our hero who apart from his looks was out and out a jerk.

I honestly found this book incredibly ridiculous, unbelievable and without one redeeming character.
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