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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 418 KB
  • Print Length: 106 pages
  • Publisher: Clean Reads (1 Dec. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006GYAV44
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #607,891 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Best-selling author Sherry Gloag now lives in the beautiful East Anglian countryside in the UK. She spent her childhood in Scotland before moving to the Midlands of England.

After cutting her writing teeth with contemporary romance, Sherry tried her hand at light paranormal in her 2nd book of The Gasquet Princes series, His Chosen bride. Her next adventure, writing Regency stories, produced her best-selling novel, Vidal's Honor.

When she's not writing, Sherry enjoys walking gardening and her crystal craft work. "It's a bit like writing :-) When you're in the 'zone' everything just flows. It's a great feeling."

For more details visit her website at http://www.sherrygloag.com

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This is a taut romantic suspense thriller, well written and edited. If you enjoy a fast-paced, sweet suspense story, then I strongly recommend it. Note this is a novella, not a novel.

[SPOILERS THIS PARAGRAPH] Husband and wife Liam and Melanie are not what they seem. He's a prince under cover, pretending to be a commoner while he sorts out his life and his relationship with the royal family; she's part of the king's security service, assigned to protect him. Neither has been honest with the other. They're madly in love and deeply committed, but when an assassin's bullets start to fly, can their love survive their lies?

Author Sherry Gloag allows no fluff in this novella, nor does she pander to lazy readers: if you want to keep up with her fast pace, then pay attention and keep up. The romance is sweet, the language clean and clever, the characters and plotline well developed. I had to "back and fill" a couple times while reading to follow the story, but that's my fault, not hers--I blinked while reading.

Five strong stars.
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I was making comparisons about the slightly rebellious, fictional characters in this book and the real-life characters which they might so easily depict, from just reading the synposis and without evening turning the first page.

I was worried that a book of some notional 90 pages, might well be insufficient to do the story justice. However, by the end of the book, I was pleasingly assured that Sherry had got this one just about spot on for length and content detail. She has ably managed to maintain the fine balance of an eye-catching beginning, a strong central storyline and an ending, which although could be construed as slightly inconclusive, had done its job of getting the message across to the reader, in an accomplished and polished piece of writing. If I were to highlight the one weak point in the storyline, then it would be the issue I would have with Liam never recognising Melanie when they met, even though she had been shadowing him for three years as his bodyguard. If she were that stunning, surely he would have noticed her and that she seemed to appear everywhere that he did?

The romance and marriage between Liam and Melanie wouldn't at first glance appear to be a `match made in heaven' and begged the question, was this a marriage based on lies or love? It was certainly a relationship which thrived on action and adventure, as the plot move along at a breakneck pace, complete with its unexpected twists and turns along the way, together with plenty of tension and an ongoing battle of wills between the young couple.

The characters developed and grew in strength and as the story progressed, with a new found maturity and mutual support underpinning their relationship.
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From Now Until Forever is a love story, but so much more. Princes, car chases, horses and protection. Things aren't what they seem between the hero and heroine, even to each other. The story goes quickly. I finished it in no time, wanting to know what happened next.
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A delicious romance between the hunky Liam and the sassy independent heroine. Add in the spice of a great suspense and you've got the recipe for an excellent read.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9028b768) out of 5 stars 15 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x902181c8) out of 5 stars Great romantic suspense 5 Oct. 2012
By Betty Bloggs - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
A delicious romance between the hunky Liam and the sassy independent heroine. Add in the spice of a great suspense and you've got the recipe for an excellent read.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x902185d0) out of 5 stars Royal twist on 'Mr and Mrs Smith' 1 Dec. 2012
By TKrauss - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
From Now Until Forever by Sherry Gloag starts out with a bang. We are thrust immediately into the middle of a gun-fight/ stake out at a horse ranch where the main character, Liam Fitzwilliam Gasquet, has been caught in the cross fire. Liam, who is actually the crown prince of a small, independent European country, has been living under an alias for several years in an effort to escape the demands of his royal heritage. During that time he met and married Melanie, owner of the ranch. Little did he know that Melanie was actually in the employ of his own government's secret service, hired as a personal bodyguard to keep him safe. When the truth comes out, both feel betrayed. But immediate danger continues as insurgents are determined to kill Liam. Will they survive and will their love for one another be enough once the dust has settled? There is lots of action and intrigue in this one so hang on for the ride.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x902183d8) out of 5 stars Is This A Marriage Made In Heaven? 18 April 2012
By Fiction Books - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I was making comparisons about the slightly rebellious, fictional characters in this book and the real-life characters which they might so easily depict, from just reading the synposis and without evening turning the first page.

I was worried that a book of some notional 90 pages, might well be insufficient to do the story justice. However, by the end of the book, I was pleasingly assured that Sherry had got this one just about spot on for length and content detail. She has ably managed to maintain the fine balance of an eye-catching beginning, a strong central storyline and an ending, which although could be construed as slightly inconclusive, had done its job of getting the message across to the reader, in an accomplished and polished piece of writing. If I were to highlight the one weak point in the storyline, then it would be the issue I would have with Liam never recognising Melanie when they met, even though she had been shadowing him for three years as his bodyguard. If she were that stunning, surely he would have noticed her and that she seemed to appear everywhere that he did?

The romance and marriage between Liam and Melanie wouldn't at first glance appear to be a `match made in heaven' and begged the question, was this a marriage based on lies or love? It was certainly a relationship which thrived on action and adventure, as the plot move along at a breakneck pace, complete with its unexpected twists and turns along the way, together with plenty of tension and an ongoing battle of wills between the young couple.

The characters developed and grew in strength and as the story progressed, with a new found maturity and mutual support underpinning their relationship. They were both made painfully aware of all they had to lose, including each other, causing an inner resolve and determination to rise to the surface. The couple faced Liam's parents united, each sure in the knowledge that they were resolved to continue with their marriage, after it had survived the tissue of lies on which it had at first been based and the tumultuous hardships it had endured along the way.

I also should comment on the changing attitudes of Liam's parents and the influence that the young couple brought to bear in this transformation. True, they had never closed the door on Liam, even when he decided, perhaps with little thought about how his actions might affect the stability and even safety of his family, that he didn't want to conform to the conventions of his position. Their open-mindedness to change would have been an enormous step forward for them and one they would have had to embrace with some caution and forethought. The sheer fact that they were prepared to accept change to save their relationship with their son, tells me just how much family values meant to them.

There seems to be two messages which feature strongly in this story.

There is the specific message that Royalty or Titled families are, by definition and tradition, subject to a more public scrutiny of both their public and private lives, although the younger, modern generation are rebelling against this austere regime, forcing change within the traditionalist hierarchy of the family.

Then there is the more generic message that, no matter what a child does, or where they go, the door never truly closes behind them and that when `the chips are down', they are still your son or daughter and will never be completly lost to you, or disowned by you and you will probably always defend them with your last breath, in an effort to see them enjoying a happy and fulfilled life.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x902189d8) out of 5 stars I liked the characters but the plot was a little bit threadbare 5 Feb. 2012
By Marlene @ Reading Reality - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
From Now Until Forever by Sherry Gloag is a contemporary romance that blends the old school and the new. The heroine is very much a product of the here-and-now, but the plot belongs to an earlier time. It almost works.

The story begins with Liam Fitzwilliam Gasquet being shot at. At first, he thinks it's just some trigger-happy idiots out in the woods, but then he comes to the reluctant conclusion that the insurgents trying to oust his father from the throne of their pocket-sized country on the Swiss border have finally found him. Liam has been travelling around the world for three years, trying to stay under the radar, and he's finally been found. Since Liam is the third son, he's been vainly hoping that his attempts to remain anonymous have been successful. It's suddenly and painfully obvious to him that they haven't.

Liam is in Scotland, and has been running a riding school for disabled children with his wife, Melanie, for the last six months. He thinks that Melanie doesn't know he's a prince. He doesn't know that Melanie is the head of his security detail. She tailed him all over Europe. When he spotted her in a restaurant, the instant chemistry between them derailed both his normal "love 'em and leave 'em" nature and her duty to remain in the shadows.

When the bullets start flying and they have to escape their formerly secure home, the life they have built together falls apart. When the lies come crashing down, the walls come up between them. But can they find a way to be together, when everything they thought they had was built on deceit?

And will they live long enough to find out?

Escape Rating C+: I have mixed feelings about this book. I liked the characters. Melanie and Liam are both interesting people. Mel raised herself up from nothing to be a security officer, and she's good at her job. Even when she marries Liam, she never stops being his security chief, he just doesn't know it. Liam isn't a spoiled prince, he's trying to be his own man, he just doesn't go about it very well. But neither do a lot of people. I had difficulty with the whole "secret prince of the tiny country" thing. That plot device seemed both too formulaic and unrealistic to me. It tripped my "willing suspension of disbelief" alarm, and that alarm kept ringing. Those are very few of those teeny, tiny countries left these days. Also, Liam trying to live anonymously in 21st century Europe is just not possible anymore, unless one seriously wants to live off the grid. And Liam clearly likes his horses and his plesaures. He couldn't have expected to be anonymous.

I liked the characters, but the plot was thin, or not contemporary. I've seen this plot used in space opera, and it definitely works in that context. But not here and now, not anymore. Or just not for this reviewer.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90218a44) out of 5 stars Love Endures 27 Feb. 2012
By Stewart - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
From Now Until Forever

Liam Fitzwilliam Gasquet, the youngest son of the King of a small European realm, argues with his parents and leaves home. In a snit, he travels throughout Europe and ends up in the British Isles, where he meets Melanie.

In the action packed opening scenes, an assassin attempts to kill Liam at the farm, where he works with horses. He'd applied for the job without announcing he was a prince-in-hiding.

Melanie, now his wife, returns fire and saves Liam's life. Unbeknownst to him, she is a member of the Palace security force. She calls for backup, and other security agents get them away from the farm and to a safe house.

During the escape from the farm the villains injure Melanie. The secrets Melanie and Liam withheld from each other causes Liam to doubt Melanie's reason for marrying him. Then Melanie doubts his love for her.

The head of security learns that the location of the safe house has been compromised. They move Liam to safety.

With the help of Paxman, the head of security, and members of the royal family, the pair resolve their problems. Love for one another keeps them together.

Well-written with lovely wording Liam and Melanie found places in my heart. Horse lovers will appreciate the couple's dedication to their horses.

Judy Lammers
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